Deadline to apply: Sunday, 6 November, 2016
The History and Public Policy Program seeks interns for the Cold War International History Project (CWIHP) the Nuclear Proliferation International History Project (NPIHP), and the North Korea International Documentation Project (NKIDP). Successful applications will demonstrate strong research skills and writing skills, interest in Cold War or nuclear history, and/or knowledge of a foreign language. Applicants must be enrolled in a degree program, or have graduated in the last year.
For more details about the available positions and application instructions, please see the links below:
- Program Intern (Cold War International History Project)
- Research Intern (Chinese Language Specialist)
- The Albert Schmidt Russian History Research Assistant (Russian Language Specialist)
- Research Intern (Italian Language Specialist)
- Program Intern (Modern Korean History)
The deadline for applications is Sunday, 6 November, 2016.
For further information, please contact email@example.com.
Link for more information: https://www.wilsoncenter.org/internships-the-history-and-public-policy-program
Announcing the third lecture on Globalization, Development and (In)Equality: Focus on Gender and Development!
Dr. Shruti Majumdar
Sociologist, Social Observatory, World Bank DECRG Poverty and Inequality unit
When: 4pm on October 12th, 2016
Where: Monroe 346
Dr. Majumdar’s primary responsibility is to lead a team of researchers that is assessing the impact of World Bank assisted livelihoods projects in India. Dr. Majumdar is currently developing an overall assessment of the impact of Jeevika (a livelihoods project in rural Bihar) on women’s empowerment. She specializes in ethnographic methods, community-driven development and the politics of service provision. Her research focuses on how the urban poor in India make claims on the local state when it comes to water and land. Dr. Majumdar holds a B.A. in Sociology from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University, and a M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology from Brown University.
Check out our Fall 2016 Election
Monday, October 10, 2016
Public Debate: Media Bias – Threat to American Democracy?
Professor Stephen Farnsworth, UMW Center for Leadership & Media Studies
Professor Craig Smith, Professor Emeritus of Communication, CSU-Long Beach, presidential speechwriter for President Gerald Ford
This event is part of the UMW Podius Debate Series and is sponsored by the Rupe Foundation.
7:30 p.m. : DODD AUDITORIUM
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Faculty Brown Bag Conversation: 2016 Elections and Foreign Policy
Join UMW Political Science Professors Jason Davidson, Surupa Gupta, and Ranjit Singh as they discuss the 2016 Presidential election and its implications for US foreign policy.
Noon : MONROE 210
Monday, October 24, 2016
Public Debate: Candidates for U.S. Representatives, VA-1
Congressman Rob Wittman, (R) VA-1
Matt Rowe, (D), Bowling Green Town Council
This event is sponsored by UMW Student Government Association Legislative Action Council, UMW Young Democrats, UMW College Republicans, the Free-Lance Star, and the Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce.
7:30 p.m. : DODD AUDITORIUM
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Film Screening: GerryRigged – Why Your Vote Might Not Matter
This documentary examines the effects of gerrymandering in legislative districts. This event is sponsored by OneVirginia 2021 and the UMW Center for Leadership & Media Studies.
7:30 p.m. : HCC DIGITAL AUDITORIUM
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Faculty Brown Bag Conversation: 2016 Elections Analysis
Join UMW Political Science Professors Rosalyn Cooperman and Stephen Farnsworth as they analyze the outcome of the 2016 presidential and congressional elections.
Noon : MONROE 210
Dr. Farnsworth received the Phi Sigma Alpha Award!
Student Presents Honor Thesis!
UMW Alumnus Erik Johnston Appointed as VA Deputy Policy Director!
UMW professor named 2015 Asia Studies Fellow
Surupa Gupta, associate professor of political science and international affairs at the University of Mary Washington, has been selected as a 2015 Asia Studies Fellow at the East-West Center in Washington, D.C. For more, click here.
Every Vote Counts
Voting is a way of life for most people. Regaining the right to vote poses no easy task for convicted felons who have served time in prison.
Benjamin Hermerding aims to turn that around.
A political science major at the University of Mary Washington, Hermerding interns with the Commonweath’s Restoration of Rights Department that restores voting rights to convicted felons who have served their prison time. Within the past few years, the Richmond Secretary of the Commonwealth’s Office division has granted them more rights than in any other time in Virginia’s history, according to Hermerding. For more, click here.