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Announcing the winners of the 2019 International Studies Undergraduate Research Forum Awards–Congratulations!

Gabby Farland and Rachel McGill with their INTL faculty advisor Kristin Yarris

Outstanding Papers

Laurelei Singsank, “From Massacre to Genocide: Redefining the Sook Ching” Fac. Adviser: Tuang Vu Gabriella Farland, “Morningside Hospital: A Historical Case Study for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression in Mid-Century American Psychology” Fac. Advisers: Kristin Yarris, Mary Wood Rachel McGill, “Analyzing Treatment of Schizophrenic Patients ...

Coverdell Fellows Join INTL in Fall 2019

Three Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) will make their Eugene their new home in Fall 2019 – as newly admitted graduate students, joining the International Studies M.A. Program (INTL). The program is looking forward to this new collaboration in learning and serving.

While these are the not the first RPCVs INTL has admitted as graduate students, they are the first official Paul D. Coverdell Fellows.

In 2018, International Studies became an official Coverdell Program, joining more than 200 universities nationwide who offer Coverdell Fellowships. The INTL department commits to providing


Join the International Studies Community for the last INTL Lunch Talk of the academic year on Friday, June 7 @ 12 p.m. in PLC 348.

Perspective on Non Profit Humanitarian Aid and US Policy Presented by Jess Sumner, Undergraduate in International Studies and Political Science.

Sumner will lead a discussion of refugee resettlement work and the nuances of working in the nonprofit sector, and how a career in the governmental sector differs from that of non-governmental humanitarian assistance.