A Career in the Foreign Service

Global Public Affairs hosted an informational session for students wanting to learn more about career paths and opportunities in U.S. government and international development. Cecilia Choi from the State Department, Alfred Nakatsuma from USAID and Jeffrey Janis from the Peace Corps all shared personal experiences, answered questions about their respective sectors, and advised students how to pursue futures in international development and government. Read the story.

How the Olympics Drives Inequality in Cities

Who wins and who loses? Annie Orchier and Azad Amir-Ghassemi of NOlympics LA led a Jan. 24, 2019, discussion of the Olympic Planning Processes in Los Angeles and the growing transnational coalition against the Olympics.

Firsthand Tales of International Conflict Resolution

Diplomat, lecturer and author Rick Barton discussed his experience serving as an American ambassador and his recently published book, “Peace Works: America’s Unifying Role in a Turbulent World,” at a Global Public Affairs gathering on Nov. 1, 2018. Read the post.

Congratulations Class of ’18!

GPA held the 2018 Graduation Dinner on Wednesday May 30, 2018. Students were able to attend the dinner to recognize their achievement. 21 students received their GPA certificate this year. Click here for pictures from the event!