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GSPIA PhD Candidate Co-Authors Article in Joint Forces Quarterly

12/22/2010

12/22/2010

GSPIA PhD candidate Colin Clarke recently co-authored an article, “Counterinsurgency Worldwide” with Dr. Christopher Paul, a social scientist at the RAND Corporation. The article will be published in the January issue of Joint Forces Quarterly. Read More.

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Weber Named Faculty Fellow in Sustainability

The University of Pittsburgh has named GSPIA Assistant Professor Jeremy Weber as a 2015 Faculty Fellow in Sustainability.  Weber is currently researching the impacts of policies regulating the generation and management of public revenues from natural gas extraction in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale.

GSPIA Associate Professor Shanti Gamper-Rabindran will host a two day conference, March 18-19, 2015, featuring international researchers with expertise in the shale gas industry.  Details to follow.

Kenney's "Cyber-Terrorism in a Post-Stuxnet World" is Most Downloaded Orbis Article

Associate Professor Michael Kenney’s article: “Cyber-Terrorism in a Post-Stuxent World” has been the most downloaded Orbis article in the last 90 days.  According to Kenney’s paper, Recent cyber-attacks such as Stuxnet and Anonymous’ increasingly aggressive digital activism have rekindled fears that cyber-terrorism is an imminent threat. However, the concept remains poorly understood. Read more.

GSPIA student are invited to attend an informational session with representatives from Global Switchboard at 12:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 27 in 3911 Posvar Hall. Representatives from numerous Pittsburgh-based organizations with an international focus will be on campus to discuss internship opportunities. Lunch will be provided. RSVP through Connections required.

GSPIA students are invited to attend a panel discussion with representatives from local government agencies about career and internship opportunities at 1:30 p.m., Wed. March 4 in 3431 Posvar Hall.

The University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs has been ranked 6th overall, and 2nd among public universities, in the 2015 Best Value Schools ranking of the 50 most innovative public service schools in the United States.  The only schools that ranked higher were those at Harvard, Duke, New York University, Princeton and Rutgers.

Are you interested in a career and/or internship with the CIA? Come to this information session on 2/25 at 1:30pm in room 3911 Posvar Hall to hear more about opportunities!

ALL 1st year international students are strongly encouraged to attend this session on Wednesday, 2/25 at 1pm in room 3610 Posvar Hall. Richard Sherman (OIS) will discuss how international students can receive work authorization during their academic programs. Topics will include: volunteering, on-campus employment, and Curricular Practical Training. There will be a question and answer session following the presentation. 

Join us on Wednesday, 2/18 at 12pm in 3610 Posvar Hall to learn more about how to get involved with Fourth River Solutions; Fourth River Solutions is a student-driven non-profit consulting organization founded on two core tenets: developing professional skills of graduate students, and leveraging their skills to provide impact and value. Fourth River Solutions has opportunities for graduate students to work on real business engagements with our clients in the greater Pittsburgh area, either as student consultants or project managers. 


  
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