2016 Summer Update

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Hinckley Institute news and upcoming events.
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TEMPORARY HOME FOR THE HINCKLEY

The Hinckley Institute has moved to a temporary location as our new office space is prepared. For the remainder of the summer, please come visit Building 73, Room 110 (the old Moot Courtroom). A helpful map can be found here, and we would be happy to provide instructions at 801.581.8501 or info@hinckley.utah.edu.

When school begins, find the Hinckley Institute staff just across the walkway in Building 72, Room 102. Hinckley Forums will be held in the old Moot Courtroom.

  


 
FALL INTERNSHIPS

LAST CHANCE TO APPLY
 

 

There are a few remaining spots available for all of the Hinckley Institute's fall internship programs! Please find the applications here, and don't hesitate to call or visit the office with any questions.

THE HINCKLEY WELCOMES

JENNIFER NAPIER-PEARCE



The Hinckley Institute is tremendously fortunate to welcome veteran journalist Jennifer Napier-Pearce as its new Associate Director of Communications. 

Jennifer's broad experience in print, radio, and online media will strengthen the Hinckley's mission of promoting political involvement, civil discourse, and valued political analysis. She has already headed up exciting initiatives at the Hinckley Institute, including the State School Board Debate series.


To learn more about Jennifer's move to the Hinckley Institute, click here.
CAMPAIGN MANAGEMENT COURSE
 

There is still time and space to register for the Hinckley Institute's unique Campaign Management Course (HNKLY 3160). This course is designed to introduce students to the management of political and public affairs campaigns through lectures, guest speakers, and active participation in a campaign. Students can also receive internship credit for their campaign work by registering for a local internship. 

APPLY FOR AMBASSADOR PRICE'S

FOREIGN POLICY THINK TANK



The Foreign Policy Think Tank is taught by the Hinckley Institute's Resident Scholar John Price, who served as the Ambassador to the Republic of Mauritius, the Republic of Seychelles, and the Union of Comoros from 2002-2005. The three-credit course is reserved for a select group of students and focuses on foreign policy as it relates to Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.

Due to the competitive nature of this symposium, you must apply for entry. Please email a resume and cover letter to Gina Shipley to apply for the fall semester. 

THE INTERN BLOG

 
Our summer interns are making waves around the world.  
Photo from Jennifer Martins, global intern in South Africa with Volunteer Adventure Corps.

To read more adventures from our local, national, and global interns, visit The Intern Blog.

HINCKLEY JOURNAL OF POLITICS

VOLUME 17

 

Volume 17 of the Hinckley Journal of Politics is published and printed. Your copy can be picked up in Building 73, Room 110, anytime. To access an electronic copy, click here.

Thank you to the phenomenal 2016 Editors Matt Kirkegaard and Courtney Tanner, and the 2016 Editorial Board Members: Cameron Archibald, Nick Beekhuizen, Tyler Cain, Anthony Calacino, Alyssa Charles, Christopher Coombs, Katie Crawford, Ali Darvish, Maher Farrukh, Sawson Gholami, Christianna Johnson, Jon Junejo, Benjamin Rogers, and Lindsey Vickers. 
 
The latest edition includes student papers ranging from the Lake Powell pipeline to the juvenile justice system and contributions from U.S. Representative Mia Love, Utah Senator Jim Dabakis, and Salt Lake City Council Member Erin Mendenhall. 
 


The USNC for UN Women Utah presents the first gala in Utah history in support of HeForShe. 

Join USNC for an evening in support of gender equality. Throughout the evening there will be mingling, music, refreshments, a photo booth, a silent auction, and a pledge attendees can sign to show their support for the HeForShe movement. The event will feature a panel of prominent community leaders who will discuss how they support gender equality and the HeForShe initiative. 

For more information and the purchase General Admission or Student tickets, visit http://usnc-ut2016.peatix.com
REGISTER NOW



INTERN SPOTLIGHT: AISHWARYA SHARMA
 
Aishwarya (Ash) Sharma is a senior majoring in chemical engineering with a minor in math and is currently interning in Washington, DC, with the lobbying firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber & Schreck. In her first few weeks, she has worked on global health initiatives around Cancer and responses to Ebola and Zika. She attended the kick-off White House briefing for Zika response and followed up with interviews at key agencies. 


 HINCKLEY RADIO HOUR


The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour is aired every Wednesday from 10:00-11:00 AM on KCPW. Tune in to hear student speeches, previous Hinckley forums, and news on upcoming Hinckley events. 

To visit the KCPW Hinckley Radio Page, click 
here



HINCKLEY INSTITUTE IN THE NEWS


The Hinckley Institute is a central source of discussion and commentary surrounding many local, national, and global issues. To read Hinckley Institute Director Jason Perry's most recent op-ed, "Here's hoping the big caucus turnout is sign of awakening Utah voters," click here.


GIVING BACK


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