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  • MIT Political Science: Undergraduate Studies - Five-Year Program
    Ali Wyne 08 UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES Five Year Program Simultaneous Award of SB and SM Degrees in Political Science Five Year Program MIT Political Science offers a five year program leading to simultaneous Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Political Science Institute undergraduates enrolled as candidates for the Course 17 SB degree may apply to the department to become candidates for the joint SB SM degree The five year program is the equivalent of a four year undergraduate degree program plus one year of graduate level work to satisfy the Master of Science requirements The Department recommends that interested students apply during their junior year Students wishing to pursue this program must apply for graduate admissions by December 15 2016 Further information and materials are available through MIT Graduate Admissions Students must register for at least one regular academic term not the summer session to be recommended for the simultaneous award of the bachelor s and master s degrees Theses submitted for the SM degree will be accepted by the department as fulfillment of the undergraduate thesis requirement Program applicants must have completed at least 240 units as undergraduates upon application A minimum of six graduate subjects is

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/polisci/undergraduate/major/fiveyear.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Political Science: Undergraduate Studies - Pressman Awards
    Zhang 13 Meet our Alums Danielle Goodman Dooley 95 M Amah Edoh 02 Dalié Jiménez 01 Willard Johnson 08 Jessica Karnis 06 Greg Shell 97 Aaron Strauss 03 Ali Wyne 08 UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES Pressman Awards Jeffrey L Pressman Awards Talented MIT undergraduates are recognized annually with the Jeffrey L Pressman Award for research or internship in U S government politics policy law or education Pressman Awards include stipends of up to 6 500 each in support of special summer projects or internships in issues related to American politics The project should focus on a legal political institutional or policy issue All MIT undergraduates returning to campus as undergraduates in the fall semester are eligible to apply Recent Pressman internships and projects have included Internship at the Center for American Progress working on a project developing a long term economic growth strategy for the US Internship at the Department of Energy s Office of Nuclear Energy focusing on enhancement of US nuclear security through defense non proliferation and environmental efforts Internship with the Senate Judiciary Committee s Subcommittee on Administrative Oversight and the Courts A research project collecting original data and performing data analysis on the Ohio Educational Choice Scholarship program

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/polisci/undergraduate/pressman/index.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Political Science: Undergraduate Studies - Pressman Award Winners
    14 Jacqueline Han 14 Cory Hernandez 14 Karine Tiemi Yuki 13 Netia McCray 14 Yiliu Zhang 13 Meet our Alums Danielle Goodman Dooley 95 M Amah Edoh 02 Dalié Jiménez 01 Willard Johnson 08 Jessica Karnis 06 Greg Shell 97 Aaron Strauss 03 Ali Wyne 08 UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES Pressman Awards Jeffrey L Pressman Award Winners 2013 John Halloran Political Science major Junior Cody Diaz Chemical Engineering major Sophomore Lauren Hakes Physics major Senior Chengzhen Dai Biology major Sophomore Turner Bohlen Physics major Senior 2012 Eloho Akpovi Intern at the MIT Washington DC Office Cory Hernandez Intern at US Senator Kerry s DC Office Cameron McCord Intern at the Department of Energy s Office of Nuclear Energy Hanna ZhuIntern Intern with the Center for American Progress 2011 Jessica Artiles Intern at the Department of Energy CFO s office working on Risk Management Financial Policy Corinne Carland Intern at the Department of the Interior Environmental Clean Up Liability Management Team Nancy Chen Intern with US Senate Judiciary Committee Ben Mayne Intern at the Association of Public Land Grant Universities Russell Spivak Intern at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Yiliu Zhang Intern at the MIT Washington DC Office UNDERGRADUATE QUICKLINKS FAQ Admissions Scholarships

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/polisci/undergraduate/pressman/winners.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Political Science: Undergraduate Studies - Internships
    valuable diversified work experience sample career options and are sometimes offered jobs as a result of their work MIT Washington Summer Internship Program The MIT Washington Summer Internship Program provides undergraduates of any major the opportunity to apply their specialized knowledge and problem solving skills to public policy issues at the highest levels of government Selected students spend a minimum of two summer months in the Washington DC area participating in the dynamic interplay between science technology and US public policy through hands on research oriented work at agencies advocacy groups corporations and legislative and executive offices The internships are complemented by a spring break trip to Washington and a 12 unit class Program paid stipends include summer housing and travel expenses for all participants plus need based cash grants Participating students must attend a seminar on the policymaking process during the late spring and early fall All students who plan on being enrolled as MIT undergraduates during the fall semester are eligible to apply for participation via the Washington Summer Internship website Summer Internship Program for Course 17 undergraduates MIT Political Science believes that every Course 17 major should experience a domestic or international internship The new Political Science Summer Internship Program provides undergraduates with funded internships during the summer after their sophomore or junior years Students can seek placements at a wide array of government offices public interest groups media and cultural institutions scientific and medical institutes and research organizations in the US and abroad Students accepted into the program work a minimum of two months and are eligible for program paid stipends of up to 6 000 each The Program maintains a list of organizations and contacts to help students find a well matched summer placement All Course 17 undergraduates returning to MIT for the fall semester

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/polisci/undergraduate/internships.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Political Science: Meet our Students
    Yuki 13 Netia McCray 14 Yiliu Zhang 13 Meet our Alums Danielle Goodman Dooley 95 M Amah Edoh 02 Dalié Jiménez 01 Willard Johnson 08 Jessica Karnis 06 Greg Shell 97 Aaron Strauss 03 Ali Wyne 08 UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES Meet our Students Netia McCray 14 Cory Hernandez 14 Ravi Charan 14 Lina Cherrat 14 Jacqueline Han 14 Karine Tiemi Yuki 13 Yiliu Zhang 13 Check in again soon to meet

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/polisci/undergraduate/students/index.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Political Science: Meet our Students - Ravi Charan
    Meet our Students Ravi Charan 14 Political Science As a double major in political science and math people often ask me how I combine the two I usually respond that I don t do so directly and that I don t feel the need to Certainly the analytical skills from mathematics transfer well but ultimately I chose to major in political science because I found my other studies too abstract The world suffers not from a lack of technology so much as an underestimation of the political difficulties of using it correctly On campus I m the co president of the Society of Political Science students SPSS the undergraduate political science student group we aim to foster community in the department and foster a love of political science I m also the Chief of Staff in the Undergraduate Association UA and work on policy and politics here at MIT I firmly believe that good governance here and in the broader world is possible with concerted non ideological though not necessarily technocratic effort This is why I choose to study comparative politics I personally find that this field comes closest to understanding governance and how to improve it However I also

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/polisci/undergraduate/students/charan.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Political Science: Meet our Students - Lina Cherrat
    Jessica Karnis 06 Greg Shell 97 Aaron Strauss 03 Ali Wyne 08 UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES Meet our Students Lina Cherrat 14 Political Science As an undergraduate exchange students from France I am graduating this year with a dual degree in Sciences from the University Pierre and Marie Curie and in Political Science from Sciences Po Paris Specifically I m interested in international relations Next year after graduation I plan to do

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/polisci/undergraduate/students/cherrat.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Political Science: Meet our Students - Jacqueline Han
    03 Ali Wyne 08 UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES Meet our Students Jacqueline Han 14 Political Science I am majoring in Political Science and minoring in Energy Studies to further my interest in going into energy policy Coming to MIT I honestly thought I would end up in engineering What this major has made me realize however is that political science is essentially engineering for nations To me political science is multi disciplinary requiring an understanding of many diverse subjects to realize the immense scope of the field These ideas really appeal to me as someone eager to engineer solutions to pressing national and international problems that cannot be solved by individuals With regards to energy policy I see no way for a country to overcome its imminent energy concerns both real and imagined without well informed and holistic solutions that recognize the need for quick but calculated actions I find these qualities to be lacking in energy policy today and I hope to work towards filling those gaping holes in the national agenda The political science department here at MIT provides the perfect environment for me small and intimate but with all the resources of the graduate program The professors and TA

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/polisci/undergraduate/students/han.html (2016-02-01)
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