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Editorial Featured in the Register Guard

INTL’s Professor Kristin Yarris, along with Professor Ellen McWhirter and Professor Michelle McKinley, co-wrote an editorial featured by the Register Guard on September 13, 2017. The article, “UO committed to keeping promise to Dreamers,” echoes support for the statement released ...

INTL joins President Schill in supporting all of our students

On Monday, September 4th, President Schill sent out a message to the University of Oregon community. The International Studies Department joins President Schill in supporting students with DACA, undocumented students, and all of our students, regardless of immigration status. President ...

Faculty Shares Perspective on Immigration

Listen to our very own Kristin Yarris on KLCC here.

Check out our 2017 International Studies Newsletter!

We are so proud of all of the hard work and accomplishments of our students and faculty. Download the 2017 International Studies Newsletter and you’ll see why, too! Download the 2017 INTL Newsletter here!

Winner of First-Ever INTL Undergraduate Symposium Award

In Spring 2017, the International Studies Department awarded the first-ever INTL Undergraduate Symposium awards. They consisted of a first-place prize of $300 and two honorable mentions of $100 each. The award was designed to recognize oral presentations and/or posters focused on an international ...

Stephen Wooten awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award for Sustainability!

Congratulations, Stephen, on this very well-deserved award and recognition! Stephen Wooten, Department of International Studies Professor & Director of the UO Food Studies Program, has been awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award for Sustainability. He was granted the award for his ...

Improving Lives of Syrian Refugees

International Studies master’s student, Joze Moreno Pelayo won the University of Oregon Public Impact Fellowship last year – a $6000 award, which gave Joze the opportunity to travel to Lebanon last summer to conduct his research. An in-depth profile on Joze and his research is currently ...

I could just eat it up!

International Studies professor and director of the UO Food Studies program, Stephen Wooten, was mentioned in a recent article in Around the O, “Museum seeks recipes, photos and stories about family meals,” which you can check out here. The Museum of Natural and Cultural History is ...

2017: UO is Ranked #11 Nationally for Peace Corps Volunteer Numbers!

On March 20th, UO’s online newsletter, “Around the O,” featured an article about the number of Duck alumni who volunteer with the Peace Corps after graduation. In the International Studies department, we are proud of our many Ducks who go on to join the Peace Corps as volunteers ...

Bi-Cultural Exchange (U.S./Russia)

8 Fellowships Available for Qualified Students

* Does an international experience in Russia sound like something that you are interested in? * Would you like to participate in bi-cultural (the US and Russia) exchange on youth welfare this academic year?  * Are you interested in traveling to Russia ...
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