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  1. Career event hosted by the SIS Office of Career Development.

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    School of International Service
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  1. Career event hosted by the SIS Office of Career Development.

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    School of International Service
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  2. Amitav Acharya’s Book Launch, Constructing Global Order

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  3. This intimate event honors Dr. Sherry Lee Mueller, Distinguished Practitioner in Residence at the School of International Service.  In recognition of her recent contribution to the school, in which she endowed a scholarship for graduate students, room SIS 300 will be named The Mueller Family Room.  This ceremony will officially name the room in the presence of university leadership, and …more

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    Office of Development & Alumni Relations
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    Ceremonies. Receptions. Banquets
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  4. The School of International Service invites parents, alumni, and community members to join together in the Atrium to mingle, connect, and welcome our new Dean, Christine BN Chin, as she shares her vision for the future of SIS.

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  5. Films at Founders: Eating Animals
    Please join us for the second screening in our “Films at Founders” series: free screenings of award-winning documentaries spotlighting the issues important to global citizens. Screenings are held in our SIS Abramson Family Founders Room. Join us and enjoy popcorn, soda, and some of the most significant recent documentaries available. Next up is Eating Animals, …more

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  6. How do states overcome the challenge of combating violent nonstate actors? In their book Triadic Coercion: Israel’s Targeting of States that Host Nonstate Actors, authors Wendy Pearlman & Boaz Atzili explain how a state’s system of beliefs, values, and institutionalized practices can encourage coercion as a necessary response, and host states as appropriate targets, even when that …more

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  7. SIS Job Search Support Group Meetings are small group workshops designed to provide targeted support to graduating students and recent alumni. The group meets every other week during the academic year and gives participants the chance to work with, get support from, and bounce ideas off of a career advisor and other SIS jobseekers.

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    School of International Service
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  8. Join the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) for an introductory presentation on best practices when applying for graduate school.
    APSIA Executive Director Carmen Mezzera (SIS '00, '01) will answer questions about:

    Selecting a graduate program
    Preparing an application
    Paying for school
    Career opportunities

    Come get your personal and pressing questions …more

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    School of International Service
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  9. 1919 Peace Conference by Prof. Elizabeth Thompson

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    School of International Service
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    Conferences. Panels. Speakers
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  10. SIS Career Event - Visit Handshake for details and RSVP.

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