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Amazing opportunity to learn more about migration next Friday, March 2nd on USC's campus:

One of the most significant byproducts of globalization has been the extensive movement of people across borders - by choice, sheer necessity or forced removal. Compounded by the proliferation of communications technology, media faces new challenges in covering these complex crises and mediating public opinion in a rapidly developing landscape. In grappling with the realities of immigra...tion, states are presented with the opportunity to advance their soft power through immigration policies. Some have succeeded; others have not. Join us next Friday for the 10th Annual APDS Conference, where we will explore the increasing relevance of public diplomacy in border policy and global governance through an interactive, dialogue-driven forum.

Register now for your free ticket and check out our amazing line up of speakers:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/migrants-media-and-the-state-t…

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Fri 8:30 AM PSTWallis Annenberg AuditoriumLos Angeles, CA
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Interested in migration and citizenship issues? Check out this awesome event coming to USC's campus on Friday, March 2nd:

One of the most significant byproducts of globalization has been the extensive movement of people across borders - by choice, sheer necessity or forced removal.... Compounded by the proliferation of communications technology, media faces new challenges in covering these complex crises and mediating public opinion in a rapidly developing landscape. In grappling with the realities of immigration, states are presented with the opportunity to advance their soft power through immigration policies. Some have succeeded; others have not. The 10th Annual APDS Conference will explore the increasing relevance of public diplomacy in border policy and global governance through an interactive, dialogue-driven forum.

Tickets at: http://bit.ly/2mc5NV8

Can't wait to see you there!

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Are you passionate about foreign affairs and globalization? Have you been in an International Relations, Public Policy, Political Economy or related class that involved writing a research paper? If so, boost your resume and enhance your prospects for grants and graduate school by submitting it for publication in the Southern California International Review, USC's premiere undergraduate journal funded by the School of International Relations. Details below!

Don't just read sou...rces. Start being one.

Interested in getting published? The Southern California International Review (SCIR) is now accepting outstanding submissions for publication in our Spring 2018 issue. The submission deadline will be February 4th. Early submissions are appreciated. Visit us online (http://www.scir.org) to see submission details and enter your work.

As a global research journal for international affairs, the Southern California International Review provides undergraduates with the opportunity to have their work seen by the international affairs community at large. Managed and edited by students at USC, the Review publishes academic-grade research from undergraduates around the world. Each semester the Review evaluates submissions and selects up to five full-length works to be printed in the journal and displayed in the online edition. Past editions have pieces from Georgetown, Australian National University, Boston College, USC and other top international affairs programs.

A few criteria:
Must be between 3,000-10,000 words
Must be submitted in .doc or .docx format
Must include a title page with an abstract
Must use a consistent citation format (e.g. MLA or Chicago)

To view our most recent issue and find out more, please visit www.scir.org and follow us on Facebook.
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SCIR is a global undergraduate international studies journal published biannually and funded by USC's School of International Relations.
scir.org

Are you passionate about foreign affairs and globalization? Have you been in an International Relations, Public Policy, Political Economy or related class that involved writing a research paper? If so, boost your resume and enhance your prospects for grants and graduate school by submitting it for publication in the Southern California International Review, USC's premiere undergraduate journal funded by the School of International Relations. Details below!

Don't just read so...urces. Start being one.

Interested in getting published? The Southern California International Review (SCIR) is now accepting outstanding submissions for publication in our Fall 2017 issue. The submission deadline will be September 21st. Early submissions are appreciated. Visit us online (http://www.scir.org) to see submission details and enter your work.

As a global research journal for international affairs, the Southern California International Review provides undergraduates with the opportunity to have their work seen by the international affairs community at large. Managed and edited by students at USC, the Review publishes academic-grade research from undergraduates around the world. Each semester the Review evaluates submissions and selects up to five full-length works to be printed in the journal and displayed in the online edition. Past editions have pieces from Georgetown, Australian National University, Boston College, USC and other top international affairs programs.

A few criteria:
Must be between 3,000-10,000 words
Must be submitted in .doc or .docx format
Must include a title page with an abstract
Must use a consistent citation format (e.g. MLA or Chicago)

To view our most recent issue and find out more, please visit www.scir.org and follow us on Facebook.
Submissions E-Mail Footer small.jpg

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SCIR is a global undergraduate international studies journal published biannually and funded by USC's School of International Relations.
scir.org

The deadline to apply to be an Editor is just a few days away!! Check out our website at scir.org to learn more and apply!

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10 days left to submit to the Spring 2017 issue of SCIR! Submit to http://scir.org/article-submission-form/ before midnight on February 5th to have your work considered for publication.

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SCIR Alumni, Peter Hughes, is serving with the Peace Corps in Burkina Faso. Follow the adventure on his personal blog, peterwhughes.com

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Our Spring 2016 issue is live! Print journals are on their way to libraries and universities around the world. Be sure to give it a read on our website as well!

http://scir.org/current-issue/

SCIR Spring 2016 Journal by SC International Review
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Be the voice you want to hear in the world.
The Southern California International Review is now inviting outstanding underclassmen with a passion for international relations to apply to join our editorial board for the fall semester (and beyond!).
We are the largest undergraduate IR journal on the West Coast and have a worldwide submission pool, receiving research from Harvard, Princeton, Oxford, Georgetown, and Australian National University, just to name a few. We also dist...ribute our issues globally - they can be found as far afield as North Korea.
The deadline for applications is Friday, April 22nd by midnight. The application itself can be found on our website at http://scir.org/apply-now/. Interested students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. After submission, you will be notified via email if you will be offered an interview. Interviews will be conducted during stop days, from Saturday April 30th to Tuesday April 3rd. Check out the SCIR website to learn more or email scinternationalreview@gmail.com.

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Be the voice you want to hear in the world. The Southern California International Review (SCIR), USC’s global undergraduate journal of international affairs, is now inviting outstanding underclassmen with a passion for international relations to apply a position on our editorial board. We are the la…
scir.org

Be the voice you want to hear in the world.

The Southern California International Review is now inviting outstanding underclassmen with a passion for internatio...nal relations to apply to join our editorial board for the fall semester (and beyond!).

We are the largest undergraduate IR journal on the West Coast and have a worldwide submission pool, receiving research from Harvard, Princeton, Oxford, Georgetown, and Australian National University, just to name a few. We also distribute our issues globally - they can be found as far afield as North Korea.

The deadline for applications is Friday, April 22nd by midnight. The application itself can be found on our website at http://scir.org/apply-now/. Interested students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. After submission, you will be notified via email if you will be offered an interview. Interviews will be conducted during stop days, from Saturday April 30th to Tuesday April 3rd. Check out the SCIR website to learn more or email scinternationalreview@gmail.com.

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Be the voice you want to hear in the world. The Southern California International Review (SCIR), USC’s global undergraduate journal of international affairs, is now inviting outstanding underclassmen with a passion for international relations to apply a position on our editorial board. We are the la…
scir.org

Be the voice you want to hear in the world.

The Southern California International Review is now inviting outstanding underclassmen with a passion for international relations to apply to join our editorial board for the fall semester (and beyond!).

We are the largest undergraduate IR journal on the West Coast and have a worldwide submission pool, receiving research from Harvard, Princeton, Oxford, Georgetown, and Australian National University, just to name a few. We also dist...ribute our issues globally - they can be found as far afield as North Korea.

The deadline for applications is Friday, April 22nd by midnight. The application itself can be found on our website at http://scir.org/apply-now/. Interested students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. After submission, you will be notified via email if you will be offered an interview. Interviews will be conducted during stop days, from Saturday April 30th to Tuesday April 3rd. Check out the SCIR website to learn more or email scinternationalreview@gmail.com.

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Be the voice you want to hear in the world. The Southern California International Review (SCIR), USC’s global undergraduate journal of international affairs, is now inviting outstanding underclassmen with a passion for international relations to apply a position on our editorial board. We are the la…
scir.org

Check out this incredible opportunity from UNICEF to keep focused while making a difference.
For every 5 minutes you can go without touching your phone in the month of March, UNICEF and its partners will unlock 1 day of clean, safe drinking water for a child in need.
You can get started by visiting http://UNICEFTapProject.org/ on your cellphone!

How long can you go without touching your phone? Take the challenge!
tap.unicefusa.org

Tomorrow is the Final Submission deadline for our Spring 2016 issue. Submit your pieces to http://www.scir.org by midnight.

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Fellow Scholars,

Our website is in the midst of an unscheduled database repair, causing difficulties with accessing our submission portal. The SCIR staff would like to formally apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

In the meantime, your submissions can be emailed to scinternationalreview@Gmail.com in the form of a .docx attachment along with the following information:

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Name
Email
Phone Number
University
Year (e.g. Senior)
When was the piece written?
Has the piece already been published in another journal? If so, which one?
Did you write this piece for a class? If so, which one?

Thank you. Fight On!

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Don't just read sources. Start being one. The Final Submission deadline for our Spring 2016 issue is Friday, February 26th. Get your pieces in! http://www.scir.org

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Don't just read sources. Start being one. The Final Submission deadline for our Spring 2016 issue is February 26th. TODAY is our Priority Deadline.

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Don't just read sources. Start being one. The Final Submission deadline for our Spring 2016 issue is February 26th. One week left to polish up your work!

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