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Cameron Torreon and Raffi Balian Cameron Torreon, US Diplomacy Fellow ‘12, at his Foreign Service Officer swearing in ceremony at the Department of State with US Diplomacy Professor Raffi Balian.



Jake ShapiroJake Shapiro, Science Diplomacy Fellow '18 and Critical Regions Teaching Assistant, reflects back the lunch event with the Honorable John Berry - former U.S. Ambassador to Australia and BSOS alum; an event co-sponsored by the Global Fellows in Washington, DC Program. Read his blog post.


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Federal and Global Times (Alumni Newsletter):

Newsletter 2017 Issue 1

-Read our most up-to-date newsletter for Federal & Global Fellows alumni. Learn some incredible facts about the growth of our programs over the past 9 years; hear from alumni, current students, and faculty; and keep in touch with your peers.

Federal Fellows, our sister program, for other options including energy, health, and national security.


-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 Fellows 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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