Government, International Affairs, and Public Policy

Government, International Affairs, and Public Policy is a career community that focuses on governance, national security, Foreign Service, planning, regulation, and administration at the local, state, and federal levels. The positions in this field enforce and determine policy through political systems and institutions, ensuring that fundamental rights are universally guaranteed.

Career Advice From a Soon-To-Be Graduate

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As my time at Indiana University and The Walter Center comes to an end, I can’t help but feel a little sad.  It’s the end of an era for me.  But over my 3 years at IU, and in my …

By Kaitlynn Cull
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Crane Army Creates a Pathway to Success

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Readiness is a major focus of Crane Army Ammunition Activity, which includes the readiness of the CAAA workforce.  To draw in new talent, Crane Army employs the Pathways Internship Program, offering internships in the federal government to students ranging from …

By Courtney Stapleton
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IU Alum Jeff Lightfoot Shares His DC Story

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Before embarking on his D.C. journey, Jeff Lightfoot came to IU to study business.  However, in the aftermath of 9/11, he decided that he wanted to pursue a career in foreign policy.  He added a major in International Studies and …

By Kaitlynn Cull
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2018 Arts Event Calendar: Try One, Try All!

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The Bloomington Entertainment and Arts District, better known as BEAD, is a one stop shop (or website) for all your artsy needs while in Bloomington. From upcoming events, to locations, to general information; the BEAD website is a compilation of …

By Carrye Simmons
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IU offers partners with State Department to offer Diplomacy Lab

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Indiana University piloted the Diplomacy Lab in Fall 2016 in a small cohort of courses. To date, IU Diplomacy Lab has sponsored 14 courses involving over 200 IUB students. Over the course of a semester, faculty leaders guide students in …

By Nicholas Bragin
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