The Center for the Study of Liberal Democracy is holding its annual essay competition. The topic of the essay is the following: “Should the Citizenship Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution—which states that ‘All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside’—be repealed or modified to restrict more precisely the definition of who may claim citizenship?” Essays should be 1,000 words in length, and are due by March 30. Further information about the competition can be found here.
The Ohio State University Journal of Politics & International Affairs is looking for submissions for the upcoming journal. JPIA is a student-run journal that publishes papers written by undergraduate students in the areas of Political Science, International Studies, Economics, Public Affairs, Sociology, and related fields. Publication in the Journal is an opportunity to reach a wider audience outside of the class, as well as a learning experience through the editing and feedback process. The journal seeks to publish high quality papers that address current events and relevant subjects in the area of politics and international affairs. Ideal submissions are both informative and argumentative, with well-developed theses and strong mechanics.The Journal typically publishes original research, theses, and essays written for upper-level courses although all majors and class ranks are invited.
The John Quincy Adams Society, in partnership with The National Interest is hosting an essay contest. Winners get published in The National Interest and get a significant cash prize; additionally, the first twenty entrants get a free subscription to The National Interest. More information, rules, and instructions for participation are available on their website.
The drop-in open house for those interested in the Fulbright US Student Program (FUSP) is on Friday, May 5th at 10:00 AM in 336 Ingraham Hall. If you have specific questions about FUSP, the application process, or your particular interests, stop by to talk with the campus Fulbright Program Advisor. The FUSP 2018-19 competition opened on April 3; campus deadline for applications is 11:59 AM Monday, September 11, 2017.
The Wisconsin Center for the Study of Liberal Democracy invites all University of Wisconsin-Madison undergraduate students to participate in their 2017 essay competition. This year’s essay question reflects on the continuing relevance of our constitutional system of checks and balances.
Cornell International Affairs Review (CIAR) is an undergraduate organization at Cornell University dedicated to increasing awareness of and encouraging conversation about international affairs. They are currently accepting submissions through February 12, 2017 for their Spring 2017 issue.
International Relations and Comparative Politics Students! Think ahead!