|Project Title||Celebrating 70 years of Nepal-U.S. Relations|
|Project Summary||The intern will research the nearly 70 years of U.S.-Nepal relations and prepare items for exhibit. (Two eInterns selected.)|
|Agency||Department of State|
|Number of Interns||2|
2017 will mark the 70th anniversary of United States-Nepal relations, as the U.S. recognized Nepal in 1947. U.S. policy objectives toward Nepal center on helping it build a peaceful, prosperous, and democratic society. U.S. Embassy Nepal PAS wants to mark the occasion of the 70th anniversary with virtual and print exhibits. To commemorate, the U.S. Embassy plans to launch a series of outreach events throughout Nepal and educate rural public about the strong diplomatic ties that the countries hold. Due to conflicts and natural disasters in Nepal, many records in Nepal have been lost.
The intern will research U.S. archival material including photos, film clips and other images and articles. The intern will also seek out online options for curating the event. These details would be made available for public outreach events during the 70th anniversary celebration.
|Knowledge of Political Issues|
|historical research skills|
|knowledge of diplomatic terminology|
Any group of students who have expertise in conducting historical research would be able to perform this project. Students who are studying International Relations and/or political science and Development Studies would ideally be able to use, understand, and analyze diplomatic terminology.