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Joan Burton <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 4 Apr 2014 11:20:00 -0400
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Subject: Global Semester in Washington D.C.

Description: Interested in experiencing science in action in the real world?
Apply to the 2014-15 Global Semester in Washington, D.C. or Federal Semester
Program today!  Open to students from all majors!  Take a fall seminar course
(one evening a week) taught by experts in the field, for example, Science
Diplomacy: Foreign Policy and Science, Technology, and Innovation; 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.. Current students’
internships include National Institutes of Health, Department of Energy,
House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, Aerospace Industries
Association, and White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. For
applications and details go to: (Science
Diplomacy) or (Energy and Environmental Policy).
For details and application form, go to and/or or contact our office: 2407 Marie Mount Hall,
301-314-0261. Home for both programs: 2407 Marie Mount Hall.  Director, Dr.
Joan Burton; Starsky Cheng and Sherry Preusch, Coordinators.  Applications
preferred by April 8 but very welcome afterwards on a rolling basis.
Recommendations (if requested) can come later.

Contact Person: Joan Burton
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]
Contact Phone Number: 301 314 0261
Website URL: http://