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Sade Ayinde Sade Ayinde (Global Semester Alum: Responses to Global Challenges) was selected to attend the prestigious Public Policy & International Affairs (PPIA) Fellowship Program at Princeton University this summer. This rigorous program is designed to improve the participants’ analytical and quantitative skills vital to succeed at top-level public policy and international affairs graduate programs.

Ayinde was also selected as a Rosalie Reilly Gubernatorial Fellow. This past winter, she studied abroad in India to focus on urban and rural development research. She worked with a local non-profit called the “Centre for Social Action,” to collect data on urban and disadvantaged women in Janakirum - the largest slum in Bangalore, India.

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View photos: Final Reception, 4/28/2015

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2015 Newsletter : News from Federal & Global Semester Fellows in D.C. Alumni

Maryland International: features the Global Semester in their Spring 2015 edition!

Note: See the Federal Semester Fellows, our sister program, for other options including energy, health, and national security.

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-Gain international experience without leaving the country.

-Learn from the teaching and successes of expert practitioners in the field.

-Intern at international organizations, agencies, embassies, and more!

-Students who successfully complete program requirements will earn a Global Semester DC Fellow notation on their transcript.

Take a fall academic seminar on global leadership and policy taught by expert practitioners in the field.


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Intern for credit in the spring at an embassy, international organization, federal agency, or multinational corporation.


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Increase your learning experience through University of Maryland supplementary courses.



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Attend workshops, roundtable discussions, and off-campus lectures to learn more about real-world applications.


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