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The PDcast #3: Scientific Immunity & Study Abroad

The PDcast #3: Scientific Immunity & Study Abroad

October 25, 2013 10:00 am by: Category: Education Diplomacy, Featured, Public Diplomacy, Science Diplomacy, The PDcast Comments Off on The PDcast #3: Scientific Immunity & Study Abroad A+ / A-

Should scientists be granted diplomatic immunity?  And is study abroad a life-changing experience or a year wasted?

The PDcast is a weekly podcast featuring Julia Watson, Adam Cyr and Michael Ardaiolo discussing the trending public diplomacy topics. Subscribe now in iTunes.

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Topic 1: Should there be scientific immunity and science diplomatic passports to allow free movement of the world’s scientific elite?

Read more:

Syria chemical weapons teams show how science can boost peace | CNN, Dirk Jan van den Berg

 

Topic 2: To study abroad or not to study abroad? Is it a must-have experience or a waste of valuable time?

A Year Abroad vs. a Year Wasted | New York Times

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About Michael Ardaiolo

Michael Ardaiolo is currently a student in Syracuse University's Public Diplomacy Master's Program: M.A. in International Relations from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and M.S. in Public Relations from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. In addition, he is a recovering record slinger, a Criterion Collection addict, an NBA obsessor, and a struggling student of the Korean language.
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