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Spring 2017 International Studies Commencement

UO Spring Commencement for Academic Year 2016-17 will be on Monday, June 19th.

The UO general commencement ceremony will be held at 9:00am on that day in the Matthew Knight Arena. Please click on the link above for information about the main ceremony, other UO ceremony times and locations, Grad

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Lunch Talk, Friday, May 12th – Food Matters: Cooking and Sharing Meals as Creative Power

The next talk in our INTL Spring Lunch Talk Series is coming up Friday May 12th. It will be located in McKenzie 240A from 11am – 12pm. In this illustrated presentation Professor Stephen Wooten (Department of International Studies & Director of the UO Food Studies Program) introduces the ...

Lunch Talk Friday, April 28th: Rehearsals for Life

International Studies is excited about our next lunch talk, a presentation by Rehearsals for Life. “Rehearsals for Life” is a project of the UO Graduate School and the Office of the Dean of Students. Utilizing scenario-based learning founded on the model of Theatre of the Oppressed and other ...

Dreamers, DACA and Ducks – Lunch Talk, April 14, 2017

This presentation will be the kick-off to the International Studies Spring 2017 Lunch Talk Series. International Studies Professor Kristin Yarris will speak about some of the challenges and barriers facing undocumented students and students from mixed-status families, as well as the resources ...

Spring 2017 Lunch Talk Series

Our Winter 2017 Lunch Talk series was so successful that we’re doing it again! We enjoyed seeing undergraduates, graduates, and faculty come together, share work, and engage in meaningful discussions. We hope you will join us this spring, too! All talks are free and open to the public. Light

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Meet & Greet with Russian Delegation

International Studies is hosting a US-Russian Peer-to-Peer exchange project aimed to promote effective youth welfare models in local communities in the US and in Russia. Students have been meeting local public and non-profit organizations to learn about effective youth programs, and present them to ...

Earth Week 2016: Oxfam Banquet

INTL Professor Galen Martin was a featured speaker at the Oxfam Banquet, held in conjunction with UO’s Earth Week programming.  Check out the article below! http://www.envisionjournalism.com/archives/6159?platform=hootsuite

The Arab Uprisings: Five Years Later; Lecture with Prof. Joel Beinin of Stanford, and Prof. Angela Joya of UO

The Arab Uprisings: Five Years Later

Presented by Professor Joel Beinin, Stanford University Professor Angela Joya, University of Oregon

Event Date: Monday, April 18th

Event Location: Lillis Hall, room 282

Event Time: 4 p.m.

RSVP: isp@uoregon.edu

  Joel Beinin is the Donald J. ...

INTL Profs. Angela Joya and Anita Weiss to participate as panelists for “Global Perspectives on the November 13 Terrorist Attacks on Paris: A Panel Discussion”

“Global Perspectives on the November 13 Terrorist Attacks on Paris: A Panel Discussion” will provide an academic forum for sharing of information and informed reflection in response to the recent terror events. It will take place in the EMU Ballroom from noon – 2 p.m. on December 3. Panelists ...

Bolivian indigenous leaders featured talk: April 28th, from 4-6pm at the Many Nations Longhouse

Two prominent indigenous leaders and International Studies Professor Derrick Hindery will give talks Tuesday 4/28/15 at the Many Nations Longhouse. Details can be found at the following link Bienvenido Zacu Mborobainchi is a Guarayo indigenous leader who led a seminal march that paved the way for ...
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