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Get More Than a Degree Fair

On behalf of the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy Student Leadership Council, I would like to invite you to take part in our Get More Than a Degree Fair, September 28th, 2016 from 6-8pm at the Union Ballroom. 

FSU TO CLOSE AT NOON, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1!

Based on the latest storm prediction information, the Florida State University main campus will close at noon today, September 1, 2016. Classes are canceled for this afternoon and Friday, and faculty and non-essential staff will be released at noon today.

Fall 2016 Graduate Student Orientation

Graduate Student Orientation for International Affairs, Asian Studies, and Russian and East European Studies will be Friday, August 26 from 11:30am-1pm in Bellamy’s Devoe L. Moore Center.

Summer Trip to Croatia

Dr. Lee Metcalf has returned from her summer session in Dubrovnik, Croatia. She does not have regular summer office hours, so contact her directly at lmetcalf@fsu.edu to schedule an appointment

International Studies Website Improvements!

International Studies is currently
in process of updating the website. Stay tuned for a more user-friendly format!

Dr. Joanna Hunt is presenting her paper in the UK

Dr. Joanna Hunt is presenting her paper, “Salomon de Caus’ Institution harmonique (1615): A Case Study of Intercontinental Collaboration in the Production of an Early Modern Music Theory Treatise,” in the United Kingdom and will return July 25. Until then, undergraduate students within the program should go to Bellamy 101 to address any advising concerns.

IA Student Receives Critical Language Scholarship

Daren McCurdy (International Affairs graduate alumnus) is spending the summer in South Korea to study language with the Critical Language Scholarship through the U.S. Department of State. Congratulations, Daren!

IA Student Offered Job at Chemonics

Amanda Green (International Affairs graduate student) is now working full time with the Washington D.C.-based international development company, Chemonics. Congratulations, Amanda!