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Internship Opportunities
May 5, 2016

Internships With the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States

The Kissinger Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars seeks an intern each semester with an interest in, coursework related to, and/or experience working on China and the United States.  These internships are designed to provide the individuals selected with the opportunity for practical experience in an environment that successfully mixes academic study with public policy. 

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Fellowships and Scholarships
July 6, 2016

International Studies Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar at NC State

North Carolina State University is seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar position in international studies beginning August 16.  The successful candidate will preferably have experience as a teaching assistant or instructor, mentoring students, and a specific research agenda that aligns with one of the graduate degree granting departments. Motivation to teach, mentor, conduct and publish research is expected. The Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar will teach one Introduction to International Studies course each semester, and one course per semester in their respective home department (for a total teaching load of 2-2) and serve as a Scholar-in-Residence in the Alexander Global Village living and learning community. 

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Job Opportunities
April 15, 2016

Year-Long Teaching Opportunity in China

The Ameson Education and Cultural Exchange Foundation offers the Ameson Year in China, "a unique opportunity for current college graduates to expand their horizons and enhance their careers by spending a year teaching, learning, and making a difference in public schools across China."  Over 400 people have participated in the program since 2013, teaching over 50,000 Chinese students.  For more information, visit GoAYC.org.

Volunteer Opportunities
June 3, 2016

Apply to be an Eco Rep Leader with the U.M. Office of Sustainability

The Office of Sustainability is currently accepting applications for Eco Rep Leaders. Eco Reps is a peer-to-peer education and service leadership initiative in the residence halls.  Eco Rep Leaders are non-first year students who participate in sustainability programming and promote programming in the residence halls. They develop mentor-mentee relationships with on-campus residents and serve as resources for more sustainable living. Eco Rep Leaders are expected to serve 3-5 hours per week, including weekly meetings. Eco Rep Leaders may live on campus but are not required to be on-campus residents. There will be up to, but no more than, 20 Eco Rep Leaders chosen for the 2015-2016 academic year. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until positions are filled by qualified applicants.

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March 15, 2016

Challenging Extremism with OpenMISS

Intelligence and Security Studies students, in coordination with the University of Mississippi's Muslim Student Association, have created an initiative called OpenMISS. By creating an online magazine, the students aim to emphasize the importance of creating a harmonious and inclusive community at the University of Mississippi and throughout the larger Oxford area. They are looking for staff and student article submissions to feature throughout their social media campaign to celebrate the diverse culture of Muslims in the Oxford Community, proving the two can thrive in solidarity and peace with each other. For additional details and submissions, please contact project leaders Bryan McCloskey (clue412@outlook.com) or Croft senior Katie Johnston (kjohnsto@go.olemiss.edu).

February 12, 2016

Volunteer with the U.M. Chapter of the Food Recovery Network

Croft junior Connor Holeman is one of the founders of the University of Mississippi chapter of the Food Recovery Network.  The Food Recovery Network unites students on college campuses to fight food waste and hunger by recovering perishable food that would otherwise go to waste from their campuses and communities and donating it to people in need.     Since the organization was founded, it has helped to recover over 1 million pounds of food to feed more than 800,000 people across the country.   The U.M. chapter connects campus dining services with More Than A Meal.  Each week, they need students to help prepare and transport food from campus to the More Than A Meal location. If anyone would like to volunteer, email Connor at choleman@go.olemiss.edu.  This is a great opportunity to help make the campus more sustainable and help people in our community.