Life and Careers in the Foreign Service with Jeffrey Giauque

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portrait of Jeffrey Giauque
February 25, 2022
10:00AM - 11:30AM
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Zoom

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Add to Calendar 2022-02-25 10:00:00 2022-02-25 11:30:00 Life and Careers in the Foreign Service with Jeffrey Giauque This lecture has been moved to a 100% virtual format. To register for this lecture, please use the Zoom registration link below. Register here Join the Center for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies for a special guest lecture with Jeffrey Giauque, former Chargé d’Affaires at the U.S. Embassy in Minsk, Belarus. Giauque, alumnus of the Ohio State University’s Department of History, was made the Chargé d’Affaires in 2020 and was responsible for representing the U.S. in the Republic of Belarus, conducting the Foreign Policy of the U.S. as well as directing, coordinating and supervising the Embassy personnel under his authority. Prior to his service in Belarus, he also held postings in Turkmenistan, Croatia, and Serbia. He received his BA in history and French from the University of Utah and his MA and PhD from Ohio State in European international history and the history of American foreign relations. Giauque’s doctoral dissertation focused on the European Economic Community (predecessor of the European Union) and he has taught courses on European history and international relations at Miami University. During his lecture, Giauque will talk about his experiences in the Foreign Service, both insights and challenges to consider for students who are interested in diplomatic careers, and his observations from years of experience serving in the East European and Eurasian region. Following his talk there will be time for Q&A with members of the audience. We strongly encourage undergraduate and graduate students interested in the field of international relations to attend this event. If you have any questions about accessibility or wish to request accommodations, please contact us at cseees@osu.edu. Typically, a two weeks' notice will allow us to provide access, but we will do our best to accommodate requests that come in after that time. Zoom Center for Slavic and East European Studies cseees@osu.edu America/New_York public
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This lecture has been moved to a 100% virtual format. To register for this lecture, please use the Zoom registration link below.

Register here

Join the Center for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies for a special guest lecture with Jeffrey Giauque, former Chargé d’Affaires at the U.S. Embassy in Minsk, Belarus. Giauque, alumnus of the Ohio State University’s Department of History, was made the Chargé d’Affaires in 2020 and was responsible for representing the U.S. in the Republic of Belarus, conducting the Foreign Policy of the U.S. as well as directing, coordinating and supervising the Embassy personnel under his authority. Prior to his service in Belarus, he also held postings in Turkmenistan, Croatia, and Serbia. He received his BA in history and French from the University of Utah and his MA and PhD from Ohio State in European international history and the history of American foreign relations. Giauque’s doctoral dissertation focused on the European Economic Community (predecessor of the European Union) and he has taught courses on European history and international relations at Miami University.

During his lecture, Giauque will talk about his experiences in the Foreign Service, both insights and challenges to consider for students who are interested in diplomatic careers, and his observations from years of experience serving in the East European and Eurasian region. Following his talk there will be time for Q&A with members of the audience. We strongly encourage undergraduate and graduate students interested in the field of international relations to attend this event.

If you have any questions about accessibility or wish to request accommodations, please contact us at cseees@osu.edu. Typically, a two weeks' notice will allow us to provide access, but we will do our best to accommodate requests that come in after that time.