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Guest Talk by Scholar with Dual Expertise in Middle East and Women Studies

Read more...On December 1st, the Middle East Society invited Evelyne Accad to talk about women's movements in the Middle East, particularly in Lebanon and Tunisia.

Ms. Accad discussed the lack of access to basic human rights for ...

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AGS Student Interns with OECD, Shares Experience and Advice

Read more...Myron Manns is a second year master’s student at AGS and a professional writer from Flint, Michigan. He recounts the events of his first year as a graduate student in Paris briefly below.

"Arriving in September of ...

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Guest Lecture on the Legal Frameworks Affecting NGOs

Read more...On October 14th, Caroline Newman, Executive President of Kids Empowerment, a Paris-based NGO dedicated to the protection of children's rights internationally, was a guest speaker in Dr. Ruchi Anand's class on NGO Management. She gave an overview on ...

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Master's Candidate Goes to the Frontline to Research ISIS

Read more...Sivan Ghasem, Class of 2017 went to Iraqi Kurdistan this past July to conduct field research for her Master's thesis in International Relations and Diplomacy. Sivan's thesis focuses on the rise of ISIS, examining this issue in relation ...

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Professor Servidio-Delabre Invited to Award Master's Degrees at Partner Institution Graduation in the French Senate

Read more...Eileen Servidio-Delabre, the President of the American Graduate School in Paris, was invited to award the degrees at the graduation ceremony of AGS’s partner institution Université Paris-Sud, together with UPS’s professors, program director Michèle Guillaume-Hofnung and Princess Esther ...

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AGS Doctoral Student Gives a Guest Lecture on the Role of NGOs in Humanitarian Issues

Read more...Emirjona Cake, a Ph.D. Candidate at AGS, was a guest speaker in Professor Anand’s NGO class on September 16, where she gave a presentation about the role of NGOs in emergency response.

Titled “How NGOs are Bridging the Gap ...

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"How propaganda and entrenched beliefs weaken democracy"

Read more...On September 29th, Larry Kilman hosted the first AGS Wine and Cheese Evening of the semester, on the theme of information, media, and democracy.

Larry Kilman is Associate Director for Communications at the Institute for Media Strategies ...

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AGS Student Interns with a Refugee Relief NGO in Greece

Read more...This semester the NGO course started with an inspiring account by Ahmed Samy Lotf, who was invited by Professor Ruchi Anand to talk to his fellow students about his experience interning with a refugee relief NGO in Greece.

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AGS Alumna Gives a Guest Lecture in Dr. Anand's Class at Princeton University

Read more...On July 15, Professor Ruchi Anand invited AGS alumna Laura-Lee Smith to give a guest lecture in the JSA summer course on International Relations that she teaches at Princeton University.

Ms. Smith gave an overview of NATO’s origins, its ...

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AGS Celebrates its Class of 2016 Graduates in the French Senate, with Canadian Ambassador to France

Read more...The American Graduate School in Paris graduation ceremony took place on June 4th in the French Senate in Paris. H.E. Lawrence Cannon, Canada’s Ambassador to France and former Minister of Foreign Affairs, was the commencement speaker. Graduates from ...

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quote leftStudying at AGS has not only provided me with an intimate learning experience, but has also given me the opportunity to take advantage of the dozens of international organizations and NGOs in Paris that offer internships.quote right

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