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Featured Course: INTL 410/510: Global Cultures I & II

Also open to Graduate Students as INTL 510 – Global Cultures I (CRN 43656) and INTL 510 Global Cultures II (CRN 43654)!

UNDERGRADUATES: Find out more about these courses on our “Intercultural Experiences During COVID-19 Restrictions” page. Looking for other Summer 2020 courses? See ...

Summer 2020 Courses for INTL Major Intercultural Experience and More!

Summer 2020 Courses for INTL Major Intercultural Experience

The following courses will be offered Summer 2020 only, during zero-week (June 15 – 21, 2020): INTL 410: Global Cultures I: Experiential Learning CRN 43655 | 2 credits | Zero Week (6/15-6/21) Instructor: Dr. Lesley Jo Weaver This ...

Navigating Cultures — Preparing Students for Traveling Abroad

The standard class at the University of Oregon – or any university for that matter – doesn’t include eating bugs for an assignment. Rather than a regimen of lectures, homework, and discussion sections, students in this Fall 2019’s International Skills (INTL 199) course were asked ...

2018-19 INTL Newsletter

Welcome back! It’s the end of Fall term Week 1, and the campus is still buzzing with UO pride and enthusiasm from our many students, faculty, and staff. We are looking forward to another year of academics, research, and global connections among all of our INTL affiliates, including our ...

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 ...

Spring Oliphant Scholarship

With the excitement of the new term, I am happy to announce the opening of the application for the INTL “Judy Fosdick Oliphant Scholarship” – an exciting opportunity to get FREE money to go towards your required INTL international experience. Applications for this award are due to PLC 175 by 4 ...

Former INTL Student Worker, DaHyun Kim Works with Young Defectors from North Korea

originally published as Duck Grad Rises Above Adversity to Help Others Do the Same on “Around the O” on July 30, 2018 by Chakris Kussalanant, University Communications On a sunny summer day in Seoul, DaHyun Kim is going over paperwork and preparing for her only clients of the day — ...

Farewell to Our Wonderful Student Worker, DaHyun Kim

DaHyun Kim has been working as a student worker at OCIAS (Oregon Consortium for International and Area Studies) for about 2 years. She moved to Oregon and attended Chemeketa Community College and Portland Community College after graduating from high school in her home country in  Daejeon, South ...

Graduate Coordinator Update – Hope Marston

Hope Marston works as the Graduate Coordinator for three OCIAS programs – Asian Studies, International Studies and Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies. She is grateful for the opportunity each fall to meet a new group of graduate students, and to be a part of facilitating each journey ...

Faculty Update – Kristin Yarris

Professor Yarris worked with other faculty and the expert assistance of Kaley McCarty, Undergraduate Program Coordinator, to start a new minor in Global Health, which is housed in the International Studies Department. We have about 50 new minors this academic year, and look forward to bringing more ...
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