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About the School of Public and International Affairs

The University of Bridgeport’s School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) is a diverse learning community who share a commitment to intercultural communication and understanding through the study of world politics, communications, religion, culture, and the social sciences.

 

Key underpinnings of the SPIA learning experience include cultural literacy, effective communication, research and writing skills, foreign language study, internship opportunities, and solid academic preparation for careers in international public service.

The School of Public and International Affairs offers six distinct undergraduate Bachelor of Arts programs as well as four globally-focused master’s programs.

 

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Call for Papers for the Journal of Global Development and Peace


The journal of Global Development and Peace is a peer-reviewed annual publication of the School 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.

We invite submission for the 2017 Edition, Articles should be submitted electronically to Rebecca Bruckenstein Managing Editor of the Journal of Global development and Peace at rbrucken@bridgeport.edu.