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MPAff student Irving Calderon talks about why Open House convinced him that LBJ was the right place for him. The LBJ School's 2021 Fall Open House is Nov. 5 — about a month before the Dec. 1 application deadline for priority funding for the 2022–23 academic year — and the perfect opportunity to get all of your questions answered. Learn about our curriculum, culture, professional development and career services in sessions with the deans, graduate coordinators, students, alumni and faculty. REGISTER NOW for this year's virtual Open House.Read more
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On Tuesday, Oct. 26, the Strauss Center will welcome Rose Gottemoeller, Frank E. and Arthur W. Payne Distinguished Lecturer at Stanford University's Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and its Center for International Security and Cooperation. This talk will be a part of our Brumley Speaker Series.
On Wednesday, Oct. 27, the Asia Policy Program at the Clements Center and Strauss Center will host Benjamin Young, assistant professor of homeland security and emergency preparedness in the Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University, for a virtual book talk on his recent release, "Guns, Guerillas, and the Great Leader: North Korea and the Third World."
On Wednesday, Nov. 3, the Strauss Center is pleased to welcome Ryan English, a protection and cybersecurity expert, for a talk on "When You Stare Into the Drone, The Drone Stares Back At You: Cybersecurity Lessons From the Field."
Open House is the perfect time to get all of your questions about the LBJ School answered — in sessions with Associate Dean for Students Kate Weaver, graduate coordinators from the Office of Student Affairs and Admissions, students, alumni and faculty. It's an opportunity to learn about the school's curriculum and culture, and the services available to students that help them get internships during their time in school and jobs after graduation.