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Food Studies on the Radio!

INTL Professor and Food Studies Director Stephen Wooten was recently featured on Jefferson Public Radio on their segment Curious: Research Meets Radio. In the interview, Wooten describes the Food Studies Program at UO, which began five years ago and continues to gain momentum. Click here to listen!


*Above: Professor Wooten cutting bread on Kea. Photo credit to Molly Manser.

Two INTL Ducks heading to Cambridge for Graduate School!

The International Studies Department is excited to announce that two International Studies students, Jean Francois Guilmeus (BA Fall 2017) and Haozhe Li (current INTL senior), have been accepted into graduate programs at Cambridge!

Congratulations to you both!

Above: Haozhe Li (left) and Jean Francois Guilmeus (right) at LeaderShape event.

I asked both students to share a bit about their experiences at UO and with International Studies, as well as their interests, goals, and next steps. Here are their responses, in their own words.

Jean Francois Guilmeus

“I have been accepted into


Winter Term International Studies Lunch Talks

Happy Winter Term everyone! You’re back, we’re back, and the lunch talk series is back – we hope to see you all there!

All of our lunch talks this term will take place in 348 Prince Lucien Campbell Hall. Snacks and coffee/tea will be available, and the talk will begin at 11:15am and go until right about 11:55 (if you have class at noon, that should give you time to rush over!). We will follow the talk with an information discussion and Q&A period, too. We hope that you will come by, grab a drink, chat with peers and professors, and learn something new!

Dates for the lunch