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Virginia Tech's School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) seeks applicants eager for the opportunity for service in today's tumultuous world and willing to translate ideals and theories into practice. Successful applicants demonstrate the kind of commitment that reflects the university's motto: "Ut Prosim," which means "That I May Serve."

"Given the urgency and

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