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Hudson Institute Political Studies 2019 Summer Fellowship

 The 2019 Hudson Institute Political Studies Summer Fellowship is looking for students interested in studying political theory and public policy in the nation’s capital. Fellowship includes: ·         Rigorous seminars led by master teachers on week-long topics in political theory and public policy ·         Weekly policy workshops led by think tank experts and experienced government officials, and ·         A distinguished speaker series featuring national […]

Internship at the Office of Representative Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR)

The Office of Rep. Suzanne Bonamici from Oregon’s 1st district is seeking legislative interns for the spring 2019 semester! Interns will be paid a monthly stipend and hours can accommodate academic course schedules. Responsibilities include: conductive legislative research, providing office support, answering phones, assisting with constituent correspondence, leading tours of the U.S. Capitol, and assisting […]

Presenting GW Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week 2018!

  Every year, GW hosts Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. This year’s events, held November 12-16th, will work to address Hunger and Homelessness in the United States in three steps: educate, encounter, and engage. EDUCATE Monday 11/12 | 7pm | ‘Faces of Homeless’ Panel & Discussion | Marvin Amphitheater For this event, we are partnering with […]

Special Honors Verification Deadline 11/16

Hey Seniors! Are you pursuing Special Honors in your major this semester? Don’t forget to submit your  Special Honors Verification form to ensure that the work you’re doing for Special Honors will count towards your UHP graduation requirements! If you’re a senior that will be graduating this fall or spring and are pursuing Special Honors in place of taking HONR […]

Professor on the Town: Tudor Place w/ Prof. Harvey!

Dr. Kerric Harvey’s Fall 2018 Self and Society course, “D.C. Slavery and Digital Storytelling,” was recently treated to an educational walking tour of upper Georgetown neighborhood, generously donated by Tudor Place Historic House and Garden, and led by Tudor Place staff members Hillary Rothberg (Director of Education and Visitor Services) and Laura Brandt (Education Coordinator). […]

Congrats to our SURE Award Winners!

Congrats to Kelsie, Claire, Mark, and Rachel!

Submit Your Paper to the Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion

Undergraduate students studying religion are invited to submit their papers to the Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion (SECSOR) for the opportunity to be featured in their Undergraduate Sessions publication. Papers must be approximately 12 pages (12pt font, double-spaced) and no longer than 14 pages to be considered. Please include a cover page, detailing […]

Get Published in Scribendi Literature & Arts Magazine

Looking for your opportunity to be immortalized in print? Submit your creative work to Scribendi Magazine! Scribendi Literature and Arts Magazine is a nonprofit, annual print publication that publishes creative work from undergraduate Honors students from around 900 institutions. Students are invited to submit poetry, creative nonfiction, short fiction, foreign language, visual art, photography, and […]

History of Great Apes [Research Assistantship]

Be a research assistant to Prof. Bernard Wood and work on History of Great Apes.

History of Disability in the 19th c. [Research Assistantship]

Be a research assistant to Prof. Maria Frawley and work on Source Materials: History of Disability in the 19th c..

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