Destination GPS: Bay Area
- Ahead of the first Destination GPS of the year on Feb. 16, GPS students bounced around the Bay Area to connect with prospective employers and alumni working at them.
- See where else students ended up and which graduates they connected with, as chronicled via Twitter.
- After a day's worth of networking, GPS alumni and students made their way to TRES Tequila Lounge & Mexican Kitchen for more mingling and talk by Associate Professor John Ahlquist, "Slouching Towards Authoritarianism? Lessons from the Hungarian Electoral Reforms."
- Watch Ahlquist's remarks at Destination GPS: Bay Area, which were streamed via Facebook Live.
- And view more photos from the outreach trip:
Destination GPS: New York
- Next month on March 28, New York served as the first Destination GPS stop on the East Coast. Students again synced up some employers visits in the city, as well as meetings with alumni.
- Following a productive day in the Big Apple, GPS students, alumni and staff convened at The Park for more informal networking and words from 21st Century China Center Chair and GPS Research Professor Susan Shirk regarding her involvement in and the goals of the Task Force on U.S.-China Policy.
- Watch Shirk's talk at Destination GPS: New York, which was streamed via Facebook Live.
- And view a full photo album from the outreach trip:
Destination GPS: Washington, D.C.
- Sticking to the East Coast, the next Destination GPS event brought the School to Washington, D.C., on March 30, as well as additional employer visits for GPS students in the U.S. Capitol.
- Discover where all the students went and who they met in Washington, D.C., as chronicled via Twitter.