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1. Turkish Exchange Program

Below is info on an exchange program between young professionals (22-23 yrs)
from Turkey and America.  See info and link below for more information and
application.  Pass on to whomever you think would be interested.

The Atlantic Council, in partnership with the Istanbul Policy Center (IPC)
at Sabanci University, is seeking applications for a young professionals
session in Washington, DC, and Istanbul.  The initiative is entitled Young
Turkey/Young America: A New Relationship for a New Age.  For more
information, please visit the Young Atlanticist.

The exchange will take place in mid-2010, and will last for nearly one
month.  Most of the two-week U.S. segment will be held in Washington, DC,
and will also include a visit to a major regional center with strong
international connections, such as Atlanta, Georgia.  The Turkey session
will open with two days in Ankara, and following a homestay weekend, move to
Istanbul for three days.

The Atlantic Council has been awarded a prestigious grant from the U.S.
Department of State to administer a dynamic exchange program designed to
connect and build constructive relationships between future leaders from the
United States and Turkey.  This initiative will work toward the vital task
of renewing and reinvigorating the two countries' important bilateral
relationship.

http://www.acus.org/event/young-turkey-young-america-political-challenges-future-leaders



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2. Parking Citation?

Know you options! You do not have to automatically reach for your wallet!
Appeal today! Forms are available online:
www.gsu.edu/parking/citationapealform.pdf by the Student Judicial Board


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3. Muktamar Convention

Organized by the Indonesian Muslim Society of America (IMSA) and the
Malaysian Islamic Study Group (MISG)

DECEMBER 24 -28, 2009

HOLIDAY INN SELECT, ATLANTA, GA

Please see attached flyer for details.