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Recent College of Public and International Affairs News
- Eight UB Graduate Students Recognized at the United Nations
- UB Taekwondo Team Brings Home 12 Medals from National Open Tournament
- UB Students Meet Mala Yousafzai at U.N. Headquarters
- Six CPIA Graduate Students Intern at the UN
The Forum for Global Development and Peace
The Forum for Global Development and Peace is composed of scholars at the University of Bridgeport who lecture, conduct research and write on topics related to development, conflict resolution and human security.
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The Journal of Global Development and Peace
The Journal of Global Development and Peace is a peer-reviewed annual publication of the College of Public and International Affairs at the University of Bridgeport. The Journal has a special interest in publishing articles that address challenges to regional economic development, innovative approaches and tools for regional development, conflict analysis and resolution, and issues related to regional security.
United Nations Research Forum
The UN Research Forum encourages research and course development in the area of UN Studies. Faculty, graduate students and participate each semester in briefings at the United Nations headquarters in New York.
Read more about the United Nations Research Forum
Modern Language Roundtable
Read the Modern Language Roundtable, a semi-annual publication, of the College of Public and International Affairs which is edited by Dr. Ikuko Jassey and is contributed to by professors in the language program.
The UB Foreign Language Round Table
A Piece of Taiwan in New York City
On Friday, October 18, 2013, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in New York City kindly welcomed Dr. Chunjuan Nancy Wei and her students from the University of Bridgeport. This opportunity to visit the office was an honor, after all it is not everyday that Foreign Service officials are willing and able to take time out of their full schedules to educate students and give them valuable information about Taiwan.