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News December 12, 2018
Policy on Purpose: Former LBJ School dean, Deputy Secretary of State (2009–11) James Steinberg on globalization

In this episode of Policy on Purpose, former LBJ School dean and Obama administration Deputy Secretary of State James Steinberg joins Dean Angela Evans for a conversation on globalization, U.S.-Chinese relations and an international-facing public policy education. Listen to the episode.

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Feature October 3, 2018
LBJ student interns with health care, education startups in Ghana

As a Crook Fellow, I spent my summer in Accra, Ghana, interning as a communications and marketing consultant for two Ghanaian NGOs. Currently, I am a second-year dual master’s student in Global Policy Studies and journalism, so this internship combined my academic interests, which was amazing.

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Feature October 3, 2018
LBJ student supports a nonprofit during crisis

I interned with a small 501(c)(3) nonprofit that works with Nicaraguan women to engage communities in improving food security, nutrition and care for the earth. It creates and maintains bio-intensive gardens at schools and at homes, works on reforestation and seed saving, and supports arts collectives run by garden participants with the potential to sell crafts for additional income.

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Tuesday Feb 5
5:30 pm
Texas State Capitol — Lt. Governor's Reception Room, 2E.16

The LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin cordially invites you to attend — UNDER THE DOME — a biennial networking reception for government officials, their staff, and LBJ School alumni and students who work with the Texas Legislature. Light bites and drinks will be

Thursday Feb 28
12:15 pm
SRH 3.122

On Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019, the Clements Center will welcome William Hitchcock , professor of history at the University of Virginia, for a talk on "Why Ike Matters: America and the World in the 1950s" at The University of Texas at Austin. William I. Hitchcock is professor of history at the