USC School of International Relations Reception in DC
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- Wednesday, June 19, 2013 19/06/2013 16:30:00 19/06/2013 19:00:00 6 USC School of International Relations Reception in DCJoin fellow USC alumni, parents and friends for a reception with the USC Dornsife School of International Relations.
- 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM
- Carnegie Endowment Conference Center
- CEIP Root Room
- $10 includes reception and short presentation
Join fellow USC alumni, parents and friends for a reception with the USC Dornsife School of International Relations. Hear from Director Rob English as he shares the school’s progress and current status. Additionally, a group of current USC undergraduate students studying in Washington, DC this summer as part of the USC Dornsife Problems Without Passports program, led by Prof. Wayne Glass, will the discuss their experiences with the School of International Relations and what they are learning in DC .
The Problems Without Passports program combines a course with a problem-based or inquiry learning research exercise in locations around the world. The students in DC this summer are looking at nuclear security and preventing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. During their time in DC, they will explore critical national security issues with the experts and officials who formulate, manage, and implement relevant policies and programs. The course is taught by Professor Wayne Glass, a veteran of Washington, DC, who held policy positions in the Pentagon, the State Department, the Congressional Budget Office and the U.S. Senate for 26 years before joining the faculty at USC in 2002.