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Interested in international relations, global politics or the world economy?  On Thursday, Sept. 24, the Salisbury Center for Career Services is hosting an information session on graduate programs in International Affairs at 7:30 p.m. in Trinity Hall, room 305. Representatives from Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University, Georgetown University, Princeton University and Tufts University will discuss

Hobart and William Smith and the University of Rochester’s School of Nursing have recently established an affiliation agreement that will hold three admissions placements in the U of R’s accelerated program. The new affiliation will allow HWS students with non-nursing baccalaureate degrees to earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing in one year and a master’s

This summer, Laura Martin ’10 is fulfilling her passion through an internship experience with Africa Action in Washington, D.C. Through the national organization that works for political, economic, and social justice in Africa, she has been given the opportunity to help people of a place for which she has great fervor. Working on a double

William Smith student Laura Valdmanis ’10 from Minnesota is working on a Community Based Research project with the Geneva Recreation Department to improve the farmer’s market this summer. A German major and mathematics and international relations minor, Valdmanis embraces a plethora of interests, including a passion for community affairs and enthusiasm for locally-grown foods. Among

Economics major Colleen Richards ’12 was looking for a sports marketing internship this summer and International relations major Alicia Haynes ’10 was looking for an internship at a non-profit foundation. With the help of the HWS career services office and Rick Geswell P’10, P’12, both of them found what they were looking for at the

This summer, Madeline Caryl ’11 is working with the Chamber of Commerce in Charlotte, N. C., helping to make Charlotte the best place in which to live and run a business. Caryl, an international relations major at HWS with a minor in French and economics, is getting her feet wet in the Chamber’s economic development

William Smith student, Alex Hallowell ’10 is currently the Survivors of Violence Advocate Intern at the International Institute of Boston (IIB.)  She is working to compile local resources for survivors of torture, war, domestic violence, assault and human trafficking so that the IIB can better inform clients about options outside of its capabilities. IIB was

During her time in Bangladesh, Seher Syed ’10 learned the ins and outs of social responsibility in the world of finance.  An economics and international relations double major and a 2009 recipient of the Charles H. Salisbury Summer International Internship Stipend Award, Syed spent the summer in Dhaka interning at Grameen Bank, an institution founded

Meredith Levenson ’10 is interested in a career in investment banking or investment management so her internship at Boston Private Bank and Trust Company, in Boston, is an ideal way to spend the summer. “I have been able to learn a great deal from the people I work with,” says Levenson. Her internship came about

“No time like the present” says it all for David Casey ’10 and Katie Michalek ’10, who are both on the hub of the financial and economic world this summer, with internships at JP Morgan, one of the oldest financial services firms in the world. An economics major and mathematics and international relations minor, Casey