The Junior Fellows organization is for students that are bright, goal-oriented, and community minded. The organization helps students achieve their educational and career goals across diverse fields. The organization has a variety of programs that relate to international relations, law, history, campaigns and elections, psychology, and sociology. The Junior Fellows were named the “Outstanding Academic / Honors Organization” by a panel of faculty and staff in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and again in 2011.
The organization has the following events planned for the Summer:
Tuesday, May 10: James Goldgeier speaks on Nato’s New Relevance. Goldgeier is a professor at George Washington University and a Senior Fellow on the Foreign Relations Council.
Tuesday, May 17: Afshin Molavi: The New Silk Road, The Growing Economic Corridor Between the Middle East and Asia. Molavi is a former Middle Eastern report for Reuters and is now a Senior Fellow at the New American Foundation.
Saturday, May 21: Outdoor Explorer: Kayaking, Hiking, and Biking in the Huntsville State Park.
Wednesday, May 25: Carl Minzer: China’s Global Presence and Domestic Challenges. Minzer is a professor at Fordham Law School and specializes on Chinese law and politics.
June: Chicago, Bob Fosse’s award-winning musical at the Wortham Center.
July 31: And Then There Were None, Agatha Christie’s award-winning play at the Alley Theater.