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Interested in experiencing science in action in the real world?
Apply to the 2013-14 Global Semester in Washington, D.C. or Federal Semester Program today!
Open to talented students from all majors!  Take a fall seminar taught by real-world experts in the field, for example, Science Diplomacy: Foreign Policy and Science, Technology, and Innovation; Health Policy; or Energy/Environment Policy.  Engage in an internship for academic credit in the spring!  The programs include visits with policy makers, trips to D.C., workshops, one-on-one resume and interview help, etc.! For applications and details go to: www.globalsemesterdc.umd.edu<http://www.globalsemesterdc.umd.edu> (Science Diplomacy) or www.federalsemester.umd.edu<http://www.federalsemester.umd.edu> (Energy and Environmental Policy or Public Health Policy).
Home for both programs: 2407 Marie Mount Hall.
Director, Dr. Joan Burton.  Megan Monserez, Coordinator of Federal Semester.

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