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Graduate Program in International Studies


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Virtual Computing Lab 

ODU's Virtual Computing Lab allows you to login remotely to the Academic Computer Labs and access several programs over an internet connection.  These include SPSS, SAS, Matlab, GIS and many more.  Follow this link to start using the VCL.

Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity

ODU's Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity oversees the administration of the student conduct system as outlined in the Code of Student Conduct. Every GPIS student is responsible for having read 'What GPIS Students Need to Know about Academic Integrity', available here.

oversees the administration of the student conduct system as outlined in the Code of Student Conduct. - See more at: http://www.odu.edu/oscai#sthash.FykAUWo3.dpuf
oversees the administration of the student conduct system as outlined in the Code of Student Conduct. - See more at: http://www.odu.edu/oscai#sthash.FykAUWo3.dpuf
oversees the administration of the student conduct system as outlined in the Code of Student Conduct. - See more at: http://www.odu.edu/oscai#sthash.FykAUWo3.dpuf


 

Affilliated Programs

ACCESSEUACCESS EU represents a comprehensive strategy to create a community of well-informed opinion leaders, investors and citizens in the Hampton Roads region.  It builds upon the natural trans-Atlantic relationship long established in this major port area, enhancing awareness and interest through a systematically integrated, eighteen month program of educational, community and network building programs, forging strategic alliances between regional and European stakeholders.
The program is based at Old Dominion University, in Norfolk, Virginia.

The International Literary and Cultural Studies Research Forum
This research forum will feature presentations on current scholarship by faculty and graduate students from ODU and other institutions within the wide field of international literary and cultural studies. For dates of presentations and discussions, please follow the link.

Model United Nations 
The Old Dominion University Model United Nations Society is ODU's window on the United Nations and international activism. The Society's mission is promoting global, multicultural education and leadership experience through experiential learning, stressing student participation in simulation conferences and
academic courses. We represent the university at model U.N., European Union, Nato and crisis simulation conferences around the country, and by organizing major simulations of our own, including U.N. Day in October and ODUMUNC, held every February. Membership is open to students from all colleges and disciplines at the university.

Civil Military Fusion Center
The Civil-Military Fusion Center and Civil-Military Overview (CFC/CMO) is an office under the control of NATO’s Allied Command Transformation headquarters, which manages the flow of information between the military and civilian arenas during complex crises in an attempt to reduce any communication conflicts for first responders. The division chose to locate in Innovation  Research Park at ODU to foster collaboration with students in ODU’s Graduate Program in International Studies; further building upon the decade-long relationship between the University and NATO.

Forms

BA/MA Advising Form
MA Advising Record
PhD Advising Sheet
Ph.D. with B.A. only Advising Sheet
Approval to Take Comprehensive Exams
Office of Student Affairs Graduate Student Travel Award
College of Arts and Letters Graduate Student Travel Award

Responsible Conduct of Research - Instructions
ODU 2012-2013 Graduate Catalog 

Funding Opportunities

Dissertation Funding Opportunities

Deans Travel Award

Student Affairs Award

Professional Development

Internship Opportunities

Online Training Programs

Job Opportunities

Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) Program
Provides resources and support for all graduate students, and especially those who may be interested in an academic career. Recently, PFF has added a set of resources (videos, FAQs, websites, mentors, and a discussion forum) for graduate students currently looking for an academic job.

First Round Interview Tips and Strategies

Second Round Interview Tips and Strategies    

Gender in Development Matters (Resource Book and Training Kit for Development Practicioners)

Upcoming Conferences*

*Be sure to check under funding opportunities for information on travel grants to attend these conferences 

APSA List of Conferences
This link contains a list of nearly 100 conferences and the due dates for paper submissions.