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The AGSer Newsletter

"The AGSer" is the print newsletter of the School of International Relations and Diplomacy at AGS, published each Spring and Fall semester. It features news about the latest academic developments, student initiatives, alumni and faculty accomplishments, and other aspects of the life of the school.

"The AGSer" is distributed to AGS alumni, students, faculty, partners and friends of AGS. If you are interested in receiving it, please contact Joyce Lee.

Current issue: Spring 2014

Previous Issues:

 Issue 17 - Fall 2013

 Issue 16 - Spring 2013

Issue 15 - Fall 2012

 Issue 14 - Spring 2012

 Issue 13 - Fall 2011

Issue 12 - Spring 2011

Issue 11 - Fall 2010

Issue 10 - Spring 2010

Issue 9 - Fall 2009

Issue 8 - Spring 2009

Issue 7 - Fall 2008

Issue 6 - Spring 2008

Issue 5 - Fall 2007

Issue 4 - Spring 2007

Issue 3 - Fall 2006

Issue 2 - Spring 2006

Issue 1 - Fall 2005

     

     
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    Certificate in NGO Management

    One-year Part-time Program

    Courses co-taught by the France Director of Human Rights Watch

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    Danny Padilla Philippines
    M.A., School of International Relations
    Class of 2000

    quote leftThe knowledge I acquired at AGS as well as my inter-personal and diplomatic skills, developed during my AGS days, come in handy today when dealing with different government officials, staff from various UN agencies, and even my colleagues in UNESCO who come from different cultural backgrounds.quote right

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