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A heartfelt congratulations to all our students who are completing their degrees this year!

There are many ways to celebrate the 2020 graduating class from home: Check out their capstone projects at SGPIA's Graduate Research Conference and attend the first-ever New School virtual commencement ceremony on Friday, May 15.
RESOURCES:
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. 

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

READING LIST:
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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How can the logic of health be delinked from the logic of the market in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic? Sakiko Fukuda-Parr spoke with the University of Bergen's Global Research Programme on Inequality as part of their miniseries on COVID-19.
Many global leaders from French President Emmanuel Macron to Russia's Vladimir Putin have fed into a narrative of a "war" against COVID-19, describing health workers as "front-liners" in a daily battle to face an invisible enemy. Nina Khrushcheva recently analyzed this rhetoric in the article "The Fog of COVID-19 War Propaganda," where she warned that "beating" another country in ideological competition is not the same as managing an outbreak. Nina also contributed to some timely reading lists including The New School's History, Politics, and Global Connectivity series as well as Project Syndicate's Notes from Lockdown.

On April 28th, the Graduate Programs in International Affairs at The New School, along with Health Policy Watch, held a webinar titled, “COVID-19 and Global Inequality.” This event was part of the Global Pandemics in an Unequal World series and featured Manjari Mahajan, co-director of the India China Institute as a panelist. The webinar was also moderated by program director Sakiko Fukuda-Parr. Watch the full video here

In the past few weeks, we've been highlighting work by students in the Media, Culture, and Global Politics course taught by Nina Khrushcheva. The latest round of presentations include Disaster Capitalism and COVID-19 by Eden Turner, The COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic In South Africa by Joshua Wallman, and Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Movement and COVID-19 by Alex Somerville Brown. To see other ways students have reflected on the pandemic in their research, check out the SGPIA Responds to COVID-19 page, which includes summaries and slides of all those who presented.
Today at 2:00 PM, we're kicking off the SGPIA Celebration of Graduate Research Conference, a two-part event that continues until Tuesday, May 12. Watch your peers' capstone presentations as a final way to build community among all the graduating students!
On May 13, Equity for Children's Latin America chapter, Equidad para la Infancia, is hosting a webinar on child care, health, and equity during the COVID-19 crisis. Visit their website to register.
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 tomorrow, May 12th, due to capstone presentations! 
Looking for a virtual summer internship? Check out NAASPA's program, which is focused on policy analysis, data analysis, and data visualization skills.

Green For All is searching for a National Organizer to develop a network of volunteers and manage a web of local and state partners across the country.

For those with interest in climate and energy policy, The US Climate Alliance is hiring a Senior Policy Advisor.
For more internship and job postings,
visit the Opportunities page of our blog. 
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Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs
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