2021-22

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Race, Gender & Identity in International Relations (GOVT157S_)

Back by popular demand, the Keck Center is offering again this fall its new research and study program, which includes individual research projects, group discussions, guest speakers, and professional mentorship. The program offers one course academic credit, faculty and professional mentors, and three seminars with guest speakers. Students register for a special topics course taught by Professors Taw and Appel entitled Race, Gender, and Identity in International Relations (GOV157S_).

World Affairs Podcast Program

Under the supervision of Prof. Terril Jones, pairs of student podcasters will conduct research on a region or a theme in world affairs and develop 3-4 podcasts. Students selected for this fellowship will receive a $1,000 stipend disbursed in two payments. Student teams are expected to post one podcast per month and attend group sessions twice per month with Prof. Jones on podcast development and online resources. 

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Summer 2021 Fellowship Opportunities - For returning students only

Going on now!

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or visit our previous summer fellowship page

Internship and Employment Opportunities in International Security and Foreign Policy

Going on now!

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or visit our CIRS page

Accepting Applications for

“International Journalism Lab” for 2021-2022

 Applications Due Fri, March 5, 2021

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Find out more about the International Journalism Lab!

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Keck Center Research Program for the Study of US-Mexican Relations under the Pandemic

Students will participate in a research team studying Mexico’s policy response to COVID-19 and collaborative measures between the United States and Mexico to respond to the crisis.

Applications Due Thurs, February 11, 2021.

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Find out more about other Keck programs!

Call for Spring 2021 Semester Podcast Program:

Do you want to be a part of a popular podcast program?

You will receive a $1,000 stipend for your research on a region or theme in world affairs.

No experience necessary! First year students are encouraged to apply!

Applications Due Tues, January 26, 2021.

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Find out more about the podcast program!

Call for Keck Fellowship Applications:

Harold W. Rood Fellowship in International Security,

Peter Adams Fellowship in International Entrepreneurship and Globalization,

Keck Center Research Fellowship for the Study of Race in International Relations, and

Keck Center Research Fellowship for the Study of Russian Politics

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Find out more about fellowships!

Alumni Speaker Series Spring 2018

Have you ever wondered where a degree in International Relations can take you? Are you considering post-graduation career paths? Are you interested in hearing advice from alumni who majored in International Relations? If any of these apply to you, consider attending a talk by an alum as a part of the Keck Center's Alumni Speaker Series happening this Spring Semester! Alumni working in various industries and who have undergone different career paths will return to campus to impart some of their wisdom and advice. If you want to sign up for one of their talks, please email Professor Taw. We hope to see you there!​​

 Christine Wilkes
Class of 2016
Accenture Federal Services
February 19, 2018
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Castenson

I began my career in Washington, DC, with the Arms Division of Human Rights Watch. I researched compliance with humanitarian disarmament treaties, and assisted with advocacy at international conferences on arms control agreements. Following my time at HRW, I completed a master’s program in International Human Rights at the Josef Korbel School as a Sié Fellow. During my master’s program, I interned at the ICRC and contributed to a research project on global human trafficking trends. I’m working at Mercy Corps as a part of the Humanitarian Leadership and Response team. 

Class of 2010
Mercy Corps
March 2, 2018
12:15pm

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