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10 December 2012
Carleton students participating in the “Microeconomic Development in Bangladesh” Winter Break program had the opportunity to meet with Ambassador Mozena on Dec 5, 2012.
18 October 2012
Information about 2013 Boren Scholarships for International Study will be available at “Financing Your OCS Experience.” Oct 18, Sayles 251, 5:00 PM
27 June 2012
Follow the adventures of the 2012 Economics in Cambridge Seminar on their blog. Check the blog now to see what the group has been up to for the first weeks…
Follow the explorations and adventures of the Carleton OCS Ecology in Australia program on the Talking Science blog!2 January 2012
Program participant Kaitlyn Gerber will be blogging about her experience on the Ecology in Australia program for “Talking Science.” Read her initial post here, an interview with Faculty Director Dr.…
International Week Alumni Talk with Peter Varnum ’08: Confronting Kibera: Education, Finance and Sustainability in a Nairobi Slum17 October 2011
Class of 2008 alum, Peter Varnum, shares the journey of an inconsistently funded children’s home toward fiscal independence and a healthier environment for its orphaned children in Nairobi, Kenya.
Come and join us for the Latin American Studies Welcome Reception!10 October 2011
Come and join us for the Latin American Studies welcome reception. Share your experiences abroad with other students who were in Latin America last year and learn about other programs, the Brazil ACM exchange, and all things Latin American on campus. The reception will follow the talk by professor Durão.
Talk: Towards a Model of Inclusive Exclusion: Marginal Subjectivation in Rio de Janeiro
Professor Fabio Durão, UNICAMP (Brazil)
When: Monday, October 10 at 5pm the Athenaeum
Reception to begin at 6:00pm.
Hope to see you there!
Use your off-campus studies experiences to become a published author with the Glimpse Correspondents Program!9 September 2011
The Glimpse Correspondents Program is an opportunity for students, volunteers, teachers, and travelers who will be abroad for 10 or more weeks in 2011 to get their stories and photography published at high-profile publications–and get paid for it.
Powered by Matador, and supported in part by the National Geographic Society, the Glimpse Correspondents Program provides selected writers and photographers with a $600 stipend and one on one editorial training and support in building their portfolio of published work.
Anyone over 18 is eligible, and writers and photographers of all skill and experience levels are encouraged to apply. Selections are made not only on candidates’ talents in writing or photography, but also their vision for engaging communities and finding unique stories while abroad, as well as their commitment to developing these stories into polished long-form narratives over the course of the program.
To learn more, visit: http://glimpse.org/the-correspondents-program/
2 August 2011
Follow the adventures of the 2011 Economics in Cambridge Seminar on their blog.
Mike, Jim and the students in the tea room at Hennigan’s Heritage Center View of Clew Bay as we descend from Croagh Patrick Sarah, Phil and Charlotte get…
9 May 2011
The Photo Contest was a great success; to see results see here!