Washington DC Semester

Chancellor Rebecca Blank poses with the 2014 cohort of D.C. Semester students, along with program director Leon Weintraub and UW alumni Tony Carroll.

The Washington, DC Semester in International Affairs is a fall-semester program for undergraduates that combines an international affairs-focused internship and regular seminars with prominent speakers and distinguished UW-Madison alumni who work in professional, academic, and diplomatic fields related to international affairs.

Info session on Thursday, October 23, 2014, 4-5pm in 260 Bascom Hall
Are you interested in gaining valuable professional experience through an internship program while earning UW credit? Are you interested in global issues? Then come to the Washington DC Semester in International Affairs FALL INFO SESSION! You’ll be able to meet our internship and program coordinator, Cynthia Williams, and learn valuable tips about how to apply!

The information session will also feature program supporters Tony Carroll (Center for Strategic and International Studies) and former US Ambassador to Botswana John Lange (UN Foundation Global Health Diplomacy).

Application deadline for Fall 2015: Thursday, March 5, 2015, 4:30pm 

Download the 2015 application form (PDF)

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