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International Studies Student featured in Humans of the U

Gabriela Villalobos, a junior at the U, studying sociology and international studies, shares her story of being a first-generation student at the U.

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2019 Anne and Sandy Dolowitz Lecture in Human Rights

"Migration in the Americas: A Panel Discussion about Borders, Humanity, and the State." Thursday, March 28th, 2019.

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Falafel Fest Tuesday, August 22nd  |  1:00 - 3:00PM  |  Tanner Plaza

Why Be Global Ready? 

96% of employers want students to have intercultural skills and 23 million jobs in the United States are tied to international trade!

Here at the U, you can hone your intercultural skills and prepare for a global career through a global major, a global internship, through learning abroad or studying a foreign language. Learn more about global options on campus while enjoying free international food. Begin preparing for what’s next—wherever that may be—and start with us at Be Global Ready.

Who Will Be There?

Intern global.        Hinckley Institute           Major global.         International and Area Studies
Learn global.         
Learning Abroad            Work global.          Career and Professional Development Center

Humanities Radio

Listen to a special episode of Humanities Radio featuring Hugh Cagle, associate professor of history and director of the International Studies Program.  As one of the most popular undergraduate programs at the U, International Studies uses wide-ranging resources to prepare students to live and work in the global world. The flexibility of the major allows students to design their coursework based on their unique goals and interests. 

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Last Updated: 7/11/19