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  • Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce | University of Kentucky
    be personalized Devex is a social enterprise that provides international development professionals with information and networking opportunities and assists with job search and career services They have partnered with the Patterson School to provide these services at no charge to current students and recent graduates engaged or seeking careers in development humanitarian assistance or global public health Devex partnership details PDF Patterson School faculty staff and alumni will offer insights on how to craft successful resumes and applications on which internships best compliment your ambitions and on how to negotiate the seemingly Byzantine federal job process The economic environment in the United States continues to pose serious employment challenges and recent increases in hiring by public foreign affairs agencies State Commerce intelligence have diminished While it is difficult to track the job market our faculty often alert students and alumni to potentially promising opportunities that arise Alumni are also known to peruse the Patterson School LinkedIn group site for possible candidates for internships and open positions As helpful as all this support is intended to be it is no substitute for each student s own initiative commitment and drive Students should decide how to package coursework an internship language ability and prior experience to best pursue their goals Students must also determine if a life bouncing from one continent to another as a Foreign Service officer is preferable to one working out of Tokyo or Paris as a sales manager Or whether they are prepared for the danger that could accompany living in the Middle East or the poverty that may surround them in West Africa or South Asia Our faculty s decades of employment in global careers can be of valuable assistance here as can the experience of our more recent graduates But once again only the student knows

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/PattersonSchool/counseling.htm (2012-11-13)
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  • Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce | University of Kentucky
    Security Agency Peace Corps Overseas Private Investment Corp USAID US Commercial Service US Department of Agriculture US Department of Commerce US Department of State US Trade Representative US Department of Treasury US International Trade Commission JobServe posts contract and permanent positions for information professionals in UK and Europe Able to search database or receive daily list by e mail Latin America Jobs CareerJet a United Kingdom employment search engine Newslink International listing of classified ads North Atlantic Treaty Organization Organization of American States Reed Jobnet leading employment agency group in the UK with over 200 branches in all fields Includes searchable database of opportunities Saludos Web an Internet starting point for Hispanic job seekers which includes career articles library college and financial aid information job listings resume posting and links to Hispanic related sites United Nations United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees United Nations Development Program ideaLIST directory of nonprofit organizations in 100 countries and all 50 states Access Networking ANSER American Enterprise Institute American Red Cross Brookings Institution CARE Carnegie Endowment CATO Center for Strategic and International Studies Community Career Center Council on Foreign Relation International Research Exchange Board Opportunity Nocs Professionals for Non Profit Rand Corp ReliefWeb Accounting Net provides a database of accounting vacancies that can be searched by state level of work and title Environmental Jobs Careers in Business general information for business careers including salaries job outlook descriptions MBA Job job listings which may be searched by category and resume posting Center for Women s Business Research Electronic Policy Network Policy Community Online Talisman Retail Retai Fashion Buying and Merchandising Jobs America s Employers America s Job Bank computerized network linking the 1 800 state Employment Service offices and providing job seekers with the largest pool of active job opportunities available anywhere Career com Site

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/PattersonSchool/links.htm (2012-11-13)
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  • Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce | University of Kentucky
    and as a manager in private industry He received his education at the University of Southern California and Central Michigan University Areas of Specialization Diplomacy Foreign Policy Ethics African Assistance and Development Africa John E Charalambakis 461 Patterson Office Tower Phone 859 257 4666 Fax 859 257 4676 John E Charalambakis Adjunct Professor has worked as a consultant for government agencies corporations and non profit groups in several countries including providing recent support to the newly established Congressional Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission Dr Charalambakis was Professor of Economics at Asbury College for twenty years He earned his BA from the Athens School of Economics and Business his MBA from Roosevelt University and his Ph D from the University of East London He is the author of The Fed the Markets and the Metamorphosis of the Business Cycle One of his principal areas of interest is identifying the factors that lead to the creation and sustainment of a middle class in different societies Areas of Specialization International Financial Markets Economic Forecasting Thomas McGinty 455 Patterson Office Tower Phone 859 257 4666 Mr McGinty can be reached electronically via tmcginty mail doc gov Thomas McGinty is a career senior official at the U S Department of Commerce and serves as an adjunct professor this followed a two year assignment to the Patterson School as Senior Executive in Residence His last assignment at Commerce headquarters in Washington DC was as Acting Deputy Director General for the U S Commercial and Foreign Service and deputy to the Assistant Secretary for Trade Promotion In earlier assignments he was National Director for U S Operations responsible for the 109 U S Export Assistance Centers and served as Regional Director of the Commercial Service s eastern region His primary area of expertise is international trade promotion with decades of experience helping connect American businesses with overseas trade partners and advancing U S commercial interests McGinty is responsible for corporate outreach career mentoring and commercial curriculum development He is a graduate of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce Areas of Specialization Trade Promotion Export Assistance Ying Juan Rogers 461 Patterson Office Tower Phone 859 257 4666 Fax 859 257 4676 Ying Juan Rogers Adjunct Professor first began working in trade as an analyst with the Foreign Commercial Service at the US Consulate General in Guangzhou China She made a career as an international trade specialist and manager in the private sector working in both California and Kentucky Rogers is currently Executive Vice President and Trade Mission Lead at the World Trade Center Kentucky She earned her BA from Wuhan University did graduate study in Beijing at the Foreign Affairs College now China Foreign Affairs University and in France at Paris Law School She also obtained a Certificate of International Studies from Sciences Po in Paris She received her MA from the Patterson School in 1992 Areas of Specialization Trade Promotion Import Export Compliance Market Research Business Development Max Wise 455 Patterson Office Tower Phone 859 257 4666 Fax 859 257 4676 Max Wise Adjunct Professor is currently Assistant Professor of Political Science at Campbellsville University where he also serves as the lead faculty member for the Homeland Security program Before coming to Campbellsville University he worked for the Federal Bureau of Investigation serving first in the counterterrorism division at headquarters in Washington DC and later with the Louisville Field Office s Joint Terrorism Task Force and the Kentucky Intelligence Fusion Center Wise received his MA from the Patterson School in 1999 and holds a graduate Certificate in Homeland Security from Texas A M s Bush School of Government and Public Service Areas of Specialization Homeland Security Counter Terrorism George Herring 455 Patterson Office Tower Phone 859 257 4666 Fax 859 257 4676 George Herring Professor Emeritus and formerly Alumni Professor of History has been connected to the Patterson School from the early Vince Davis years He received his B A from Roanoke College in 1957 and his Ph D from the University of Virginia in 1965 Professor Herring retired after thirty six years at the University of Kentucky He served as chair of the Department of History from 1973 1976 and 1988 1996 and he was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Otago Dunedin New Zealand In 1993 he was a visiting professor at the U S Military Academy and in 2001 at the University of Richmond In 2002 he was awarded the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Norman A Graebner Prize for distinguished contributions to the field Professor Herring s research centered on U S foreign relations His most recent work is From Colony to Superpower American Foreign Relations Since 1776 part of the Oxford History of the United States His other published works include Aid to Russia 1941 1946 Strategy Diplomacy the Origins of the Cold War with Thomas M Campbell eds The Diaries of Edward R Stettinius America s Longest War The United States and Vietnam 1950 1975 The Secret Diplomacy of the Vietnam War The Negotiating Volumes of the Pentagon Papers and LBJ and Vietnam A Different Kind of War Professor Herring is one of the nation s foremost experts on the Vietnam War Areas of Specialization U S Foreign Relations Vietnam War History The core faculty represent only the top of the pyramid of expertise available to Patterson School students Substantial academic depth and breadth are provided by twenty four associated support faculty These scholars serve as professors across the University of Kentucky s many colleges schools and departments Their extensive course offerings and multifaceted research provide the broad interdisciplinary support our students require to achieve their professional goals and be competitive in the international arena Visiting professors researchers lecturers and experts provide additional opportunities for informative intellectual discussion with Patterson School students and faculty members Associated Support Faculty James C Albisetti 1767 Patterson Office Tower Phone 859 257 4343 James C Albisetti Professor of History received his B A from Amherst and his Ph D from Yale

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/PattersonSchool/faculty.htm (2012-11-13)
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  • Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce | University of Kentucky
    Phone 859 257 4667 Fax 859 257 4676 Christine Wolcott Student Services 455 Patterson Office Tower Phone 859 257 4666 Fax 859 257 4676 Public Relations Keith Hautala University of Kentucky Public Relations 103 G Mathews Building Phone 859 323 2396 Development and Gifts Doug Thomas Director of Regional Gifts 114 Sturgill Development Building Phone 859 257 7894 Fax 859 323 1015 Remona Edenfield Special Gifts Officer 114 Sturgill Development

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/PattersonSchool/staff.htm (2012-11-13)
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  • Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce | University of Kentucky
    marked by a flashy new building or an unbelievable endowment No the Patterson School s success and impact can be found not in a physical structure or financial account but with you with the more than one thousand graduates who have scattered across the planet with those who have sought to make a positive difference in the world Your determination your commitment your excellence are what have made the Patterson School great Note We would certainly welcome having a flashy new building on campus or even a refurbished historic one to call home We also fully appreciate the gains that could be made with a greater endowment Alumni Contact Information One 50 th Anniversary project that continues is improving and updating our alumni database We hope that in conjunction with our iPad trial we will be able to improve our records and discover better ways to maintain connectivity with all our graduates and to facilitate your contact with one another In theory the internet should make such contact easy but truth be told it only works if we and you are able to maintain current contact information Our master alumni list has significant gaps as was reconfirmed at our last holiday party in Washington DC Please make sure that your own information is accurate and if you are in contact with others who may have been lost let us know how to reach them There are two easy paths to maintain contact First if you wish to keep up with former classmates or reach out to recent graduates or students a LinkedIn Patterson School alumni group has been established with membership restricted to only our alumni students and current and former faculty Currently there are over 300 members participating Second the school seeks to maintain a list of email and

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/PattersonSchool/alumni.htm (2012-11-13)
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  • Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce | University of Kentucky
    from my own I connected with my destiny I left the Caribbean with a personal promise to better understand the world that evolved quickly into an inexorable passion to pursue a global career more Nicholas Wilson 05 Special Assistant to the Secretary United States Air Force My journey from the Patterson School to the Pentagon was not direct but included several essential stops first at a think tank then with the aerospace defense industry and finally in politics Working on the 2008 presidential campaign turned out to be just the right ticket to land a political appointment as a special assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force more Will Cash 10 International Supply Chain Manager Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen In 2008 I enrolled in a dual degree program offered by the Patterson School and the Gatton College of Business and Economics This program made it possible to obtain a Masters degree in Diplomacy and International Commerce and a Masters in Business Administration in just two year s time I wanted an MBA to be able to compete for jobs in the private sector more K Evan Plaskett 97 Manager Transatlantic Joint Venture International Network Planning Delta Air Lines When I came onboard at Delta in 1998 a fellow 97 Patterson alum recalled the first conversation we ever had Standing together at Dr Vince Davis cookout for new students he had asked where I hoped to go after graduation My undergraduate studies were in French international affairs and math with no formal business training whatsoever more Joshua Mike 06 Foreign Service Officer US Agency for International Development I always knew that I wanted to work abroad so much so that I sold Kit Kat bars in the main hallway of my high school for a year to raise enough money for a senior year trip to Europe Sixteen years and 47 countries later I am living my dream home based in Bangkok traveling across China and Southeast Asia promoting development more Amanda Mullikin 10 Field Team Leader Church World Service RSC Nairobi Kenya Refugees have been my focus and my passion Assisting them will now be my profession My new position requires traveling across sub Saharan Africa to engage officials dealing with forced migration and to work directly with displaced individuals A key responsibility is interviewing refugees in camps and UNHCR compounds to more Richard Wynne 88 Director for Geopolitical and Policy Analysis Boeing Commercial Airplanes I secured my first full time position with a defense consulting firm in Pentagon City through the assistance of a Patterson School board of advisors member The work was rewarding and provided my initial exposure to how Washington works but my heart was in civil aviation In 1990 with neither engineering nor commercial aircraft marketing experience I landed a position at British Aerospace Regional Aircraft launching a career in an industry that though occasionally turbulent more David Kaluba 07 Principal Economist Ministry of Finance Zambia I entered the Patterson School with zeal to obtain the

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/PattersonSchool/profiles.htm (2012-11-13)
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  • Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce | University of Kentucky
    Government Outreach Speakers Ethics Internships Approach Experience Support Admissions Applying Tuition Financial Aid Careers Success Counseling Links People Faculty Staff Alumni Alumni Profiles Resources Calendar Events Newsletter Summer Reading Ad Employment Data FAQs Frequently Asked Questions Giving Impact the World

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  • Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce | University of Kentucky
    the World Newsletter Patterson Diplomatic Brief PDB President Obama gets his PDB on an iPad and you can too Newsletters are available in PDF format You will need Acrobat Reader to view them PDB Spring 2012 PDB Fall 2011 Request Newsletter If you would like to be placed on our mailing list to receive our annual newsletter please complete the information below To the extent possible we provide newsletters via

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/PattersonSchool/newsletter.htm (2012-11-13)
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