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THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL

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OCTOBER 2016

61

AFSA NEWS

AFSAHosts Diplomats in Residence

On July 27, AFSA welcomed

more than 25 Diplomats in

Residence to a reception at

AFSA headquarters.

DIRs are career Foreign

Service officers based at

universities across the United

States, each covering a par-

ticular region of the country.

They provide guidance and

advice on foreign affairs

careers, internships and

fellowships to students and

professionals in the regions

where they serve. Current

Governing Board member

Josh Glazeroff is the coordi-

nator for the State Depart-

ment’s DIR program.

A valuable resource, DIRs

are available to answer ques-

tions and share insight with

those interested in a Foreign

Service career. For more

information and to find your

nearest Diplomat in Resi-

dence, visit the State Depart-

ment website,

www.careers

.

state.gov/connect/dir.

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AFSA President Ambassador Barbara Stephenson chats with Stewart Devine (DIR at the University of Denver) and

Anne Callaghan (DIR at the University of New Mexico).

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(l-r) Floyd Cable, DIR at University of Texas at Austin; Vayram Nyadroh,

Chicago; AFSA Outreach Coordinator Catherine Kannenberg; Rich

Jaworski, DIR at Duke University and University of North Carolina-Chapel

Hill; Andrew Mann, DIR at University of Michigan; Kali Jones, DIR at Tulane

University.

Robert Neus (DIR at University of Illinois at Chicago) chats with Dorothy

Ngutter (DIR at University of California, Berkeley) at the Diplomats in

Residence reception.

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