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School of Global Affairs and Public Policy

The School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP) prepares its graduates to take the lead in shaping the future of their nations and the world at large, with a strong belief in the interaction of international and public affairs, an unwavering commitment to ethics and the rule of law, and a recognition of the unique role that the media play in shaping public policy.

GAPP consists of three academic departments in law, public policy and administration, and journalism and mass communication, in addition to five research centers including the Center for Migration and Refugee Studies (CMRS), the Cynthia Nelson Institute for Gender and Women Studies (IGWS), the Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism, Middle East Studies Program (MESC)Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud Center for American Studies and Research, and the Executive Education unit. All these programs offer students unique opportunities to develop a comprehensive overview of the strategic issues that are of great concern to world citizens today.


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GAPP is now a Member of the Boston Consortium for Arab Region Studies

The School of Global Affairs and Public Policy is pleased to announce that it is now a member in the Boston Consortium for Arab Region Studies (BCARS). With support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, BCARS brings together scholars and policy analysts — both faculty and graduate students — to promote greater understanding of the Arab awakening and the Arab region as a whole.

"By joining the Boston Consortium for Arab Region Studies, GAPP will link up with a very reputable group of universities and schools. Many doors will be opened for both our faculty and students to engage in joint research, training and knowledge dissemination."
– Laila El Baradei, acting dean of GAPP and professor of public administration

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Upcoming Events

Public Policy and Administration
Student Study Tour in Paris

April 13 - 20, 2014
Paris, France

Tahrir Dialogue 43: "Conflict in Sudan and Framework for Peaceful Settlement and Regional Repercussions"
Sunday, April 27, 2014; 7 pm
Oriental Hall, AUC Tahrir Square

Tahrir Dialogue 44 on Syria
Tuesday, May 6, 2014; 6 pm
Hill House, AUC Tahrir Square

"Rumi and Sufism"
Shems Friedlander, professor of practice, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication; director, The Photographic Gallery
Wednesday, May 7, 2014; 7 pm
Oriental Hall, AUC Tahrir Square

Tahrir Dialogue 45 with Minister of Planning
Saturday, May 17, 2014; 6 pm (tentative date)
Oriental Hall, AUC Tahrir Square

“We live in a world of vast opportunities,stark contradictions and grave challenges. In this light, passivism and apathy are not options or choices that we can afford or condone. Nor can the world community respond appropriately if it does not empower itself with inclusive multidisciplinary thinking, tolerance for others and a global outlook to the policy issues it faces"
Ambassador Nabil Fahmy
Dean, School of Global Affairs 
and Public Policy 








 

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