Thirty students will qualify to attend a seminar at the CSIS during Spring Break, March 10-14, where they will participate in a four-day seminar on international policy. This remarkable opportunity will allow Southeast students to work with researchers and consultants who advise national leaders in the top levels of government as they develop policies and strategies that will affect the United States and the global community. The CSIS Faculty Team will work with the students throughout the spring semester in the UI498 Senior Seminar blended-class. This includes the Spring Break week in Washington, D.C., and research presentations at Southeast’s Student Research Conference later in the spring.
Completed applications must be submitted as a single packet by Friday, Nov. 16, by email to email@example.com or by hard copy to the Office of the Provost in Academic Hall Room 131.
For complete details of the CSIS seminar opportunity and a downloadable application form, visit http://www.semo.edu/csis/. Any additional questions about the CSIS program can be directed to Dr. Willie Redmond at firstname.lastname@example.org.