Category: International Diplomacy

#NSLCINTL Experience Cross-Cultural Communication!

    Our International Diplomacy students had a blast with our cross-cultural communication simulation tonight! After learning about another culture different than their […]

International Diplomacy Visits The State Department!

    The International Diplomacy program had a great time visiting The State Department today! To stay up-to-date on all of the activities […]

VIDEO I International Diplomacy Students Visit The Colombian Embassy!

  Our International Diplomacy students loved visiting the Colombian Embassy – it was awesome to hear more about the country’s culture, cuisine, and […]

#NSLCINTL Visits The United Nations in NYC!

  Our International Diplomacy students ended their New York excursion by visiting The United Nations today! Overall, the students loved their time in […]

International Diplomacy Program Visits Lady Liberty!

  Our #NSLCINTL program spent their first day in New York City visiting The Statue of Liberty and Times Square! To stay up-to-date […]

VIDEO I #NSLCINTL Learn The Art of Negotiation!

  Our International Diplomacy students learned about negotiation and its importance during a talk with Co-Founder of the NSLC, Dr. Paul Lisnek! To […]

International Diplomacy Students Learn the ‘Ropes’ of Leadership!

  Our #NSLCINTL program survived the heat today and put their leadership skills to the test with the Ropes Challenge Course today! To […]

VIDEO I Our #NSLCINTL Program Registers a New Session of Students!

  We welcomed in a new session of International Diplomacy students today and we can’t wait for them to experience this fantastic program […]

Meet the 2019 International Diplomacy (INTL) Staff!

    Meet our wonderful International Diplomacy Staff for Sessions 3 and 4! Program Director: Rob Davies Head Team Advisor: Charles Hartman Team […]

VIDEO I #NSLCINTL Finish Their Lecture Series!

  Our International Diplomacy program loved their lecture series with Dr. Dylan Craig this past week. All of them were filled with theories […]