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    McCone Irvine Auditorium

    Ethio-Jazz Artist Meklit Hadero and ensemble in Performance

    Meklit Hadero and her band will kick-off the African Nations Week with a dynamic performance, followed by discussion. Meklit is an Ethio-Jazz Singer, Songwriter, Cultural Instigator and TED senior fellow, involved in many global projects linking the arts and social change. The evening is introduced by Jeff Dayton-Johnson, with post-performance conversation hosted by Tangut Degfay as part of the Fund for Innovation project 10X10 at MIIS: Intercultural Arts and Leadership.

    • Open to the Public
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    Casa Fuente 434

    DPMI & DPMI Plus Info Session 2018

    2-week International Development and Social Change training open to all degree programs with optional credit-bearing internship/job fellowship open to DPP and IEP students. All students interested in DPMI & DPMI PLUS, are recommended to attend this INFO SESSION

    • Closed to the Public
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    V499 Seminar Room

    INMM Club Meeting

    This will be the first official INMM Club meeting of the semester, which aims to connect students with professionals in and knowledge of the more technical spheres of nuclear industry and policy. Join us to discuss the types of events you would like our club to host! Newcomers and non-NPTS majors are welcome to join.

    • Closed to the Public
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    V499 Videoconference Rm

    Internship Opportunities

    The Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey and The James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) presentA Briefing on:Opportunities for Internships at International Nonproliferation OrganizationsWe are pleased to announce several internship opportunities for students interested in WMD nonproliferation and disarmament issues. The internship opportunities are available through both IONP and IPSS, during fall and spring, at the following organizations:• the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs (New York);

    • Closed to the Public
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    McGowan MG100

    Finders Keepers: An LSP’s Approach to Sustainable Vendor Management

    This seminar will reveal the round-the-clock efforts of a mid-sized Language Service Provider (LSP) as it carefully cultivates and manages a growing database of international contract linguists and global support staff. We will peel back the curtain and detail our efforts, and share tools and technologies aimed at managing the recruitment, selection, qualification, performance rating and development of external resources as per our overall operations strategy and priorities.

    • Closed to the Public
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    Casa Fuente 434

    DPMI & DPMI Plus Info Session 2018

    2-week International Development and Social Change training open to all degree programs with optional credit-bearing internship/job fellowship open to DPP and IEP students. All students interested in DPMI & DPMI PLUS, are recommended to attend this INFO SESSION

    • Closed to the Public
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    DLC Design Space

    Reflections from DPMI Rwanda 2018

    Focus on Africa Week: Join us for a short panel and discussion about DPMI Rwanda and their recent trip. Bring your lunch!

    • Open to the Public