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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 ...

INTL Assistant Prof. Angela Joya contributes to a roundtable on refugee crisis

Featured on Jadaliyya.com Read more by visiting the link below-

Roundtable On Refugee Crisis: Historical Legacies, Political Context, and Legal Mechanisms

http://www.jadaliyya.com/pages/index/22871/roundtable-on-refugee-crisis_historical-legacies-p

UO delegation to Karakorum International University in Gilgit, Pakistan

UO delegation to Karakorum International University in Gilgit, Pakistan, crossing Attabad Lake in Hunza. Formed on January 4, 2010 from a massive landslide in the Karakorum mountains, the lake submerged entire villages as well as a portion of the Chinese-built Karakorum highway (KKH). Ducks ...

Three International Studies undergraduates recognized for their outstanding achievements

On April 30th, The Oregon Daily Emerald announced the UO students selected as 25 Ducks winners. Among the 25 students selected, three are current International Studies undergraduate majors!  Read more about Sophia Hoover, Emma Carscallen, and Amber Erkan below. ...

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 ...

Global Ducks features IS grad student, Najla Sabri

The UO Alumni Association, highlighting Global Ducks, has written an article featuring International Studies current graduate student, Najla Sabri. Read the story here!

INTL Undergraduate Alum published in Columbia University’s Journal of Politics and Society

INTL alumnus Gian Luca Gamberini (Class of ’14) has been published in Columbia University’s Journal of Politics and Society. Click the links to read more! Boda Boda: The Impact of A Motorbike Taxi Service in Rural South Uganda Gian Luca Gamberini – University of Oregon (2014) ...

INTL Faculty Member Angela Joya featured in CAS Magazine

“How can ISIS happen? Middle East expert looks through the lens of political economy” Read it here! Joya CAS Article

Undergraduate Advising Drop-In Hours for Spring 2015

Current INTL majors, Pre-INTL Majors, and prospective majors can stop by our undergraduate advising office in 304 PLC for drop in assistance and advising issues.  

Drop in hours for Spring Term 2015

(schedule effective as of Monday, April 6, 2015)

Monday 9:30 am – 3:30 pm

Tuesday 9 am

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World Bank President Jim Kim refers to IS Graduate Student Najla Sabri’s passion to empower Afghan women

Watch the short (01:30) video below, as World Bank President Jim Kim briefly describes the progress in Afghanistan over the past 10 years, and how people (including IS graduate student, Najla Sabri) are grateful for the opportunities which allows for a positive future for the girls and women of this ...
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