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EI panel explores effect of Trump’s actions on immigration

EI Undergraduate Fellows host their third panel examining refugee policy.   READ MORE

EI Policy Debate Probes Foreign, Domestic Issues

The Eisenhower Institute hosted a campus-wide policy debate on February 22, 2017. Student representatives included: - Gettysburg Anti-Capitalist Collective - College Democrats - College Independents - College Republicans - Young Americans for Freedom - Young Americans for Liberty   READ MORE

EI Students Bridge the American-Russian Divide

Eisenhower Institute participants from Susan Eisenhower’s SALTT program held a conference on the Gettysburg College campus with student counterparts from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and Azerbaijan.   READ MORE

Fielding Fellows Research in Berlin & Budapest

EI's Fielding Fellows travel to Berlin and Budapest to conduct research on corruption for their Diplomacy Lab project awarded by the U.S. State Department.   READ MORE

EI Undergraduate Fellows Panel Probes Issues of Refugees, Terrorism, and National Security

The Gettysburgian covered a panel discussion on the relationship between refugees and national security hosted by the Eisenhower Institute's Undergraduate Fellows.   READ MORE

Meet Mariam Aghayan '17, Future Diplomat


Eisenhower Institute Fellows Awarded Projects from the U.S. State Department

The Eisenhower Institute Undergraduate Fellows research health records for refugees while the Fielding Fellows tackle corruption. Both teams will present their findings to representatives at the U.S. State Department.   READ MORE

2017 Jennings Randolph International Fellows announced by EI and the APWA


Joseph Recupero ’17 shares reflections on studying in Mongolia


Passion to act: Micaela Edelson ’17 gives voice to environmental issues


What Nikita La Cruz ’13 learned at Gettysburg—and how it could impact Guyana


Students learn value of internship abroad through Shanghai program


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