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GLOA Fulbright Recipient in Morocco

GLOA Fulbright Recipient in Morocco

Oumama Kabli, a December 2017 graduate of the Global Affairs program, received an English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and is spending a year teaching English at a public university in Tetouan, Morocco.

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Take a Look at the GLOA 400 Capstone courses offered for Spring 2019!

Take a Look at the GLOA 400 Capstone courses offered for Spring 2019!

Students have the exciting opportunity to explore globalization in a range of specific contexts in GLOA 400: Global Affairs Capstone. Drawing on faculty members’ research expertise and experience in the field, GLOA 400 is designed to bring the skills students gained in their interdisciplinary core and concentration courses into the exploration of a pressing global issue.

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Professor Yasemin Ipek Joins Faculty

Professor Yasemin Ipek Joins Faculty

“Ipek is very excited to be part of the Global Affairs program at George Mason, as the diversity of its faculty and students, its orientation towards both comprehensive and specialized degrees, and its unique combination of rigorous and applied research will allow her to expand on her interdisciplinary research and teaching

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Using a Global Affairs Master's Degree at the World Bank

Using a Global Affairs Master's Degree at the World Bank

"I’ve been able to incorporate some of my research on refugees and even my capstone research on Citizenship and Statelessness when I lead the Art tours. Our current exhibit – Uprooted – is about art made by refugees about refugees from around the world. This exhibit highlights how refugee crises are more than humanitarian crises, but also an issue of great concern in international development."

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