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Colloquium

The MA IR Colloquium is a required part of the MA in International Relations degree program that aims to give students an opportunity for collegium-building both among one another and by providing an informal setting in which to interact with faculty members presenting their own research. Other sessions will likely include a presentation by a person from the research ethics board, career advice from a former graduate, professional development issues, and several dedicated to addressing preparation of the MRP as well as other matters likely to confront students as they complete the program. Structured as a series of seminars, the format will be open discussion following informal presentations by each week’s presenter(s).

POL SCI 775

Colloquium

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): Graduate Term(s): Full Year Offered?: Yes Language?: No

The MA IR Colloquium is a required part of the MA in International Relations degree program that aims to give students an opportunity for collegium-building both among one another and by providing an informal setting in which to interact with faculty members presenting their own research. Other sessions will likely include a presentation by a person from the research ethics board, career advice from a former graduate, professional development issues, and several dedicated to addressing preparation of the MRP as well as other matters likely to confront students as they complete the program. Structured as a series of seminars, the format will be open discussion following informal presentations by each week’s presenter(s).


Robert O'Brien

Professor