Anxiously awaiting a decision

I assume this resonates with many of you as you incessantly check your inbox, mailbox- any box that might contain notification of graduate school admissions decisions. Rest assured, if you completed your application on or before the January 15th priority deadline you will be hearing from the Josef Korbel School’s Admissions Office within the next 1-4 business days. All of our admissions decisions are sent via email in an effort to be more environmentally friendly so quit your walks to the mailbox, unless you need a break from checking your inbox.

If your email address recently changed, please contact our office so we can update your records.

In the meantime, here are a few interesting Korbel articles that can distract you for a bit.

March 2011

Students get hands-on experience in disaster preparedness and recovery
Josef Korbel School students celebrate Peace Corps’ 50th here and abroad
Faculty Sound off: Professor Lewis Griffith discusses the Obama Administration’s nuclear policy
Korbel Professors assess the Middle East and see hope, uncertainty
Korbel Dean, Amb. Christopher Hill discusses the situation in Libya on CNN.com
U.S. Ambassador to Korea, Kathleen Stephens discusses “Korean Miracle” with Josef Korbel School students

Hold tight for a few more days as we process decision letters and thank you for your patience.

Regards,
Nicole

Nicole Vilegi
Associate Director of Graduate Admissions
Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Nicole.Vilegi@du.edu

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