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JSIS Task Forces relay recommendations to foreign policymakers

April 8, 2022

Over winter quarter 117 international studies and global and regional studies seniors used their critical thinking and research skills to recommend how to address some of the most challenging global issues. It’s all part of the Jackson School’s Donald C. Hellmann Task Force Program, an annual, required student-led experiential learning capstone course guided by faculty engages students in research, writing, teamwork, and presentation skills under pressure.

Held during the week of March 7 this year, Task Force involved 16 hours of student presentations both on Zoom and in-person to evaluators located from the United Kingdom to Japan to California to New York to Maryland and Washington state.

Read more about the with task forces here.