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Summer 2020: Indigenous Rights and Environmental Justice of Bolivia – #NoPassportNeeded

This is another new Summer 2020 opportunity that you could use to satisfy the INTL Major Intercultural Experience requirement!

INTL 488/588: Indigenous Rights and Environmental Justice of Bolivia (6 credits)

Participants will collaborate with Bolivian indigenous peoples and learn how environmental ...

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 ...

CANCELLED: INTL Lunch Talk Mar 13 – A Dialogue with Return Peace Corps Volunteers

EVENT CANCELLATION: This event has been cancelled. The University is taking active measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. For information about the University’s response to COVID-19, please see:  https://www.uoregon.edu/coronavirus INTL Lunch Talk: Return Peace Corps Volunteers Come to ...

Gordon Okumu — Transforming Trees into Water in Kenya

Gordon Okumu, an International Studies major at the University of Oregon, has visited his hometown of Migori, Kenya, every December since moving to the United States in 2016. On each trip, Okumu has noticed a decrease in Migori’s tree count. “I realized that the place that I ...

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 ...

INTL Lunch Talk Feb 14 – Refugee Women’s Life in Limbo and Community Response in Greece

INTL LUNCH TALK: Refugee Women’s Life in Limbo and Community Response in Greece WHEN: Friday, February 14, 2020 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm WHERE: PLC 348 At this lunch talk graduate student, Nino Dgebuadze, will be discussing her research and fieldwork in Greece exploring refugee women’s ...

INTL Lunch Talk Jan 17 – A Dialogue with Kay Jackson Freeman

Kay Jackson Freeman is a seasoned development professional with more than 30 years of experience with the Agency for International Development (USAID).  She most recently served as USAID’s Senior Development Advisor for Yemen, based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.  She has a TOP SECRET/SCI security ...

INTL Lunch Talk Jan 31 – The Edifice Complex with Phil Scher

The Edifice Complex: Historic Preservation, Museums and the Challenge of Ontological Security in Barbados January 31, 2020 12 – 1 p.m. PLC 348 This talk asks the question:  how do we understand the relationship of a community to any aspect of its immediate environment and at what point does ...

LUNCH TALK: Just a Little Salty

International Studies M.A. student, Alyssa Sperry will talk about her M.A. research into the salt industry in Jamaica. Alyssa began her research as an undergraduate student, and submitted it as her honors thesis project. Now, a graduate student in the International Studies program, Alyssa continues ...
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