Monday, October 24, 2016
3430 Posvar Hall
Intelligence Research Specialist for Homeland Security
Monday, October 24, 2016
4130 Posvar Hall
Empowering Girls to Change the World
A TedTalk-style conversation by Kakenya Ntaiya about her live in Kenya.
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016
7th Floor Auditorium, Alumni Hall
Centers & Initiative
2016 GSPIA Graduation
The Congress of Neighboring Communities has released its 2015-2016 Annual Report. The report highlights the policy work CONNECT members have undertaken over the past year including sewer regionalization, infrastructure coordination, blight, and emergency medical services. As CONNECT’s network continues to grow stronger, its policy work advances through cross-boundary strategies in the city and surrounding municipalities.
Dennis Gormley was among an international group of security specialists invited to address the Hague Code of Conduct Regional Seminar held at the University of Jordan, in Amman, on September 28. The Hague Code of Conduct against Ballistic Missile Proliferation (HCoC) is the only existing multilateral instrument that specifically deals with ballistic missiles. Since the signing of the HCoC in 2002 at The Hague, the number of subscribing states has increased from 93 to 138.
Assistant Professor Sera Linardi has been selected to take part in the inaugural class of NASPAA NEXT: A Leadership Development Institute for Public Affairs Education during the 2016 Annual Conference in Columbus, Ohio.
GSPIA’s international development faculty have learned a lot about what students need both to get the first job and establish a career path that makes a difference, noted Associate Dean Paul Nelson. Students are encouraged to use their 16 courses at GSPIA to build a strong set of professional skills which are shaped by both the top scholarship and hands-on experiences found in and outside the classroom.
The University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) honored five notable alumni during its annual Homecoming reception Friday, Oct. 7 in Alumni Hall.
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Commanding Military Power offers a new explanation of why some armed forces are stronger than others. Ryan Grauer advances a ‘command structure theory’ which combines insights from organization theory, international relations, and security studies literatures to provide a unique perspective on military power.
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Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
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