Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Elliott School’s International Affairs Review (IAR)

Elliott School’s International Affairs Review (IAR)

Specifically for MA candidates with Asia interest/expertise.

U.S.-China relations to the international women’s movement to the enlargement of the United Nations Security Council, the Elliott School’s International Affairs Review (IAR) provides a unique forum for the policy perspective of tomorrow’s leaders on critical issues facing the world today.

IAR is now celebrating its 18th year in print and 3rd year on the web. We are currently looking for quick witted, entrepreneurial and intellectually curious George Washington graduates to join our team. Things happen quickly in the global policy world and we need enthusiastic team players to provide timely, analytical commentary on current political debates in the field of international affairs.

We are looking for graduate students for the following positions:
- Writers: particularly in the areas of international trade, global communication, science and technology policy, Africa and multilateral affairs

- Web Editors

- Web Publishers
- Print Editors
- Fact-checkers
- Photo editors
- Communications / Public Relations / Business Development

If you’re interested in being part of our team, please apply online, join us for happy hour on Friday, February 11 from 5:30 pm at the Big Hunt (1345 Connecticut Avenue) or come to our monthly meeting, held the last Thursday of the month from 8-9pm (in the area outside of room 303e at the Elliott School Building – 1957 E Street, NW).

Please feel free to contact us directly at iar@gwu.edu or learn more about us at http://www.iar-gwu.org/

Don’t forget to become our fan on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and subscribe to our weekly newsletter.

Who We Are

IAR is a graduate student-run publication of The George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs in Washington, D.C. While the staff -- editors and web writers -- are all students at the Elliott School, we do allow, and encourage, submissions from graduate students across the United States and around the world.

Alicia van der Veen
Masters Candidate, International Affairs
Elliott School of International Affairs
The George Washington University

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