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International Careers & Jobs Panel - Oct 24, 2017

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Lipscomb University

1 University Park Drive

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Nashville, TN 37215

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The Tennessee World Affairs Council and the History, Politics and Philosophy Department, Lipscomb University Present

International Careers and Jobs Panel

Do you wonder what jobs and careers there are in international affairs. There's more than you think. Twice a year the World Affairs Council assembles diplomats, business people, NGO officials, returned Peace Corps volunteers and more to talk about their experiences and insights and to answer your questions at this very popular panel. Join us on OCTOBER 24th to explore the careers and jobs that are open to you to get out into the world. More information on the World Affairs Council web site. Panelists:

International Jobs & Careers Panel

Hosted by Lipscomb University

Tuesday, October 24, 2017
5:30-7:30 pm

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Introduction by Dr. Susan Haynes, Ph.D.

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This event is free and open to the public.

Seating is Limited | Registration Required

We encourage students from all schools and colleges to attend to learn more about the opportunities to work in a variety of occupations in global affairs, including diplomacy, business, military and international service.

International Careers Lipscomb Students Panel


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Dr. Susan Haynes, Ph.D. - TNWAC Board of Directors; Assistant Professor, Lipscomb University Political Science Faculty

Susan Turner Haynes joined the faculty of Lipscomb University in 2015. She holds a Doctoral Degree in Political Science from George Mason University, and is author of Behind the Buildup: Motivations Behind China’s Nuclear Modernization, with Potomac Books/University of Nebraska Press (July 1, 2016). Professor Haynes’s prior publications include an article in Asian Perspectives (2008), an article in Comparative Strategy (2009) and a chapter in the most recent Ashgate Research Companion on Chinese Foreign Policy (2012). She specializes in Chinese-American relations and issues around the topic of nuclear proliferation.

PANELISTS BIOS WILL BE PROVIDED AS THEY ARE CONFIRMED

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The Tennessee World Affairs Council is a nonprofit (501c3), nonpartisan educational charity based in Nashville that works to build understanding of global issues in our communities. Learn more about the Council and find how you can join, donate and volunteer at: www.TNWAC.org

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