Final of the Jessup Mexican National Rounds
The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) is a professional school of international relations at Carleton University, which was founded in 1965. The school is located in a building near the river on the Carleton Campus in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. NPSIA students, alumni and faculty are known as NPSIAns.
Carleton University President Davidson Dunton announced the creation of an international school of international relations on February 18, 1965. The school was established, in part, because Senator Norman Paterson gave $400,000 for its creation. Businessman Paterson, who made his fortune in the shipping and grain industry, was also a member of Carleton’s board of directors, and had previously donated $500,000 to Carleton College. At its inception, the college was named «The College of International Relations». But in 1974, it was renamed in honor of its principal investor, Senator Paterson.
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Director of the Center for Studies on Security and Drugs (CESED), associate professor of the School of Economics at the Universidad de los Andes and founding member of the Center for Sustainable Development Goals for Latin America and the Caribbean (CODS). He is an economist from the Universidad de los Andes and has a Ph.D. in Natural Resource Economics from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
He is an associate professor at the Alberto Lleras Camargo School of Government at the Universidad de los Andes. His research focuses on the behavior of armed groups involved in armed conflicts, politically motivated violence, criminality, historical influences on contemporary circumstances, electoral dynamics in divided societies and state building.
D., full professor at the Universidad de los Andes and corresponding member of the Colombian Academy of Physical, Exact and Natural Sciences, ACCEFYN. He is a marine biologist from Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano, with a master’s degree from Universidad Nacional de Colombia and a Ph.D. from the State University of New York at Buffalo; he has postdoctoral training at Smithsonian and NIWA (New Zealand). Currently, Professor Sanchez maintains a broad dynamism in several regions of Colombia, interacting with government agencies, NGOs and private enterprise, enhancing the impact of his research and academic work. He is a research associate at CESED leading the coca genome project in Colombia and member of the Wise Men’s Mission 2019 in the thematic focus ‘Oceans and Hydrobiological Resources’.
Bienvenido a la Universidad CEU San Pablo
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Cardoza, G., Fornes, G., Farber, V., González, R. y Ruiz, J. (2016). Barreras y políticas públicas que afectan la expansión internacional de las pymes latinoamericanas: evidencia de Brasil, Colombia y Perú. Journal of Business Research, 69, 2030-2039.
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Cardoza, G., Fornes, G., Li, P., Xu, N. & Xu, S. (2015). China Goes Global: Public Policies’ Influence on Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises’ International Expansion. Asia Pacific Business Review, 21, 188-210.
Unity and resistance: towards a Palestinian transition?
Each family is evaluated on the basis of financial aid need after completing the FAFSA. Academic scholarships are available for U.S. students enrolled full-time and for international students with 3.0 or higher on a cumulative score of their normal grade (minimum SAT/ACT scores may apply).
INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION The University of Tampa is committed to educating and preparing students for the demands of the 21st century (21). There is a diversity of students (representing all 50 states and 140 countries) which creates a dynamic environment in which to live and learn. Language study, study abroad, international guest lectures, global content courses, participation in the Harvard Model United Nations, and simulations in international content courses are just a few of the many ways that will connect you with people from around the world and from other cultures.