The Office of Experiential Learning is requesting faculty recommendations
of seniors in your department who would be outstanding candidates for
the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Junior Fellows Program,
Projects on which the 2011-2012 Junior Fellows will assist are:
Non-Proliferation Democracy/Rule of Law,
Middle East Studies Energy and Climate ,
Chinese Studies Russian/Eurasian Studies.
To be eligible, students must be seniors or have graduated within the last
academic year but have not yet started a graduate program
Students must have completed a significant amount of coursework in
Political Science International Affairs
Russian, Chinese or Middle East studies
Language and other skills are required for certain assignments.
Students should have a high academic standing and have excellent writing
and research skills
This is a paid, full time position for approximately one year starting
August 1, 2011.
Information sessions for students interested in the
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Junior Fellows Program, 2011-12:
Mon., November 8, 2010 at 5pm, G36 Gardner Steel Conference Center
(inside the Academic Resource Center)
Wed., November 10, 2010 at 12noon, Thackeray Conference Room
(check in at 140 Thackeray with receptionist)
For information about the CEIP Junior Fellows program go to