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I would recommend the Global Communications program as you get the best of both worlds with classes at the School of Media and Public Affairs and the Elliott School of International Affairs. This program connected me to professors who helped me combine my different passions; together with good guidance from the program director, supportive mentoring from teachers, and good experiences in the professional world through internships.

Shayna Horwitz

Master's of Arts in Global Communication, 2019

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Panel: Work-Life Balance in a 24/7 Organization

At this panel event moderated by Public Diplomacy Fellow Emilia Puma (at right), Foreign Service Officers shared their experiences on maintaining a balance with work and life as they represent the United States in different parts of the world. With varied experiences...

Issue #98

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