For a one-stop-shop on work by SGPIA faculty and student analysis, courses, and events related to COVID-19, check out our new blog page! 
SPE COVID-19 Resources is frequently updated and contains links to all of the COVID related emails and resources for SPE students, faculty, and staff. 

Interested in taking a summer course? Check out our list of online International Affairs courses. 

Reminder: The Degree Application deadline for Fall 2020 graduates is May 5th! 
What are you reading this week? We'd love to know! SGPIA is putting together a running list of texts that you can contribute to hereHead to our blog to read some of our community's responses.
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Program Director and Professor Sakiko Fukuda-Parr spoke on "The World After Coronavirus: The Future of the SDGs," a webinar held by the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University.
Leyla Sharafi spoke at the Wilson Center's webinar on "COVID-19: Magnifying the World's Inequities." The event focused on the gender and race implications of COVID-19 with experts on topics around women and work, caregiving, gender-based violence, racism and sexism in healthcare, access to sexual and reproductive health services, pregnancy, the context of humanitarian settings, the female-led workforce of nurses and midwives, and the role and experience of men and boys during the current pandemic.
How are Puerto Rico, Iran, and Greece—three countries undergoing economic crises—dealing with COVID-19 through the lens of media, culture, and politics? Carmen Soto, Wendy Vazquez, and Hanna Acanfora Torrefranca sought answers for their research project in Nina Khrushcheva's Media, Culture, and Global Politics course. Read their summary and view the full presentation here. Additionally, Sameer Jamal, researched news coverage and international media in East Africa during COVID-19. Their write-up and slides can be found here
RSVP for the SGPIA Celebration of Graduate Research Conference, which will take place on Monday and Tuesday, May 11-12. Watch your peers' capstone presentations as a final way to build community among all the graduating students!
Registration is now open for Vaccines, Treatment, Diagnostics, and Equitable Access, an online webinar taking place on Thursday, May 28 from 10:00-11:00 AM EST, and the second webinar in the Global Pandemics in an Unequal World series.  The webinar series is presented by SGPIA, Health Policy Watch, and the Independent Panel on Global Governance for Health, University of Oslo.
Keep in touch! Program Director Sakiko Fukuda-Parr will be hosting Tea Time Tuesday every week - a virtual tea room where students, staff, faculty, alumni can gather. Please note that there will be no tea time on May 12th, due to thesis and capstone presentations! 
The New School is offering virtual support groups, including topics such as "Connection in Crisis," "Managing Isolation with Mental Health Issues," and several others. Check out the flyer for details!
In case you missed it: Career Services hosted an Internship and Job Workshop last week. View the presentation here.
For more internship and job postings,
visit the Opportunities page of our blog. 
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