Korbel in the news: November wrap-up

Here’s a recap of a few of the news/events featured on our website during the month of November.

Co-founder of Transitions Global, James Pond, and two Cambodian sex-trade survivors discuss sex trafficking at the Josef Korbel School

Doctoral candidate, Jonathan Moyer represents the Josef Korbel School’s Pardee Center for International Futures at the Modelling of the Digital Economy workshop in Brussels

Former White House counterterrorism czar Richard Clark discusses al-Qaida threat at Bridges to the Future lecture series event

Josef Korbel School’s Middle East discussion group hosts Wikileaks panel discussion with Former Ambassador to Iraq and current Josef Korbel School dean, Christopher R. Hill and faculty

Current student and editorial assistant, Shane Hensinger, highlights a few of the events Josef Korbel School students attend while participating in our fall semester D.C. program

Professor and Director of the Global Health Certificate program, Randall Kuhn, receives grant to study effects of good health in Bangladesh

The fall 2010 Alumni Newsletter is now available – check it out to see what some of our alums are up to these days

Don’t forget to check out our student profile page and our alumni profile page to learn more about  their reasons for choosing to attend the Josef Korbel School and where their degrees are taking them.

If there is something you want us to write about on this blog, please post your idea(s) below or email nicole.vilegi@du.edu. If your idea is featured on our admissions blog, we will send you a fabulous Josef Korbel School bag!

I hope you enjoy this month’s recap of Josef Korbel School news. Don’t forget to follow us on FB, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr. Next week we will discuss the most commonly asked application questions.

Enjoy the weekend.


Nicole Vilegi
Associate Director of Graduate Admissions
Josef Korbel School of International Studies

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