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August 21, 2020

Achieving Flow Syllabus

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This is a course in maximizing your potential. It will include: discussion of the biology and neuroscience of the brain, breath training to optimize your brain function and achieve Flow, an analysis of your skills and passions and identification of where they intersect, identifying what is the most important thing in your life-your guiding light, and creating a list of objectives to achieve your most important goal in life.

May 07, 2020

IGL Funding Request

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In order to request funds for your event or program from the Institute for Global Leadership please fill out the Funding Request Form and submit it to the IGL Program Coordinator.

COVID-19 POLICY UPDATE: IGL provides funding for students participating in remote internships, research, and projects that do not require travel due to the university’s travel restrictions in place for the summer.

If you are experiencing financial hardship due to COVID19, please contact covid19funding@tufts.edu for assistance.

 

Please note: IGL Funding is not available to support attending conferences.  IGL funding can be used for research, projects, and internships. Funding requests should be submitted 1-2 weeks prior to the occurrence of the event or program.  You must also follow the steps laid out in the research/projects or internship process.  A funding form submitted unto itself will not be considered.

(This file must be downloaded to your local computer before being filled out. There is no save feature included with the online version of this form. Any information entered to the online version of the form will be lost when downloaded.)

In addition to this form, you must also submit the following:

  • *A full project proposal (1-2 pages)
  • Itemized budget
  • For internships, letter/email confirming internship
  • For students not affiliated with the IGL, please submit a faculty letter of recommendation
February 24, 2020

Oslo Scholars Application 2020

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The Oslo Scholars program offers undergraduates with a demonstrated interest in human rights and international politics an opportunity to attend the Oslo Freedom Forum in Norway and to spend their summer interning with some of the world’s leading human rights defenders and activists. This year we have opportunities to work with Srdja Popovic at CANVAS in Serbia, Jamila Raquib at the Albert Einstein Institute in Boston, Svitlana Zalishchuk in Ukrainian Parliament in Kiev, and many more. Please consider applying.

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