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In Memory of Nicole Panet-Raymond

It is with great sadness that we write this message. Today we learned of the passing of Nicole Panet-Raymond, an undergraduate student at the University of Oregon who was working toward a major in International Studies. As a member of a sorority on campus, an employee of Safe Ride, and an Honors ...

International Studies Student Mitra LeBuhn to Present at 2018 Human Development Conference

The International Studies Department is excited to announce that Mitra LeBuhn has been selected to present her research at the 2018 Human Development Conference (HDC) at the University of Notre Dame, February 23-24. Congratulations on your hard work and accomplishments, Mitra! Mitra is a senior ...

Two INTL Ducks heading to Cambridge for Graduate School!

The International Studies Department is excited to announce that two International Studies students, Jean Francois Guilmeus (BA Fall 2017) and Haozhe Li (current INTL senior), have been accepted into graduate programs at Cambridge!

Congratulations to you both!

Above: Haozhe Li (left) and Jean
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Graciela M. Mercedes (Meche) Lu — MA 2009

Graciela has been a Staff Scientist at Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide (ELAW) since 2013. In her current role, Meche provides on-site support for air, water, and soil quality analysis, and expert opinion on environmental impact assessments (EIAs) and environmental health. Her work with ELAW ...

Suteera Nagavajara — MA 1997

Suteera is currently a research director at a research and management consulting firm ICF in the Washington DC area. For various clients including the U.S. Department of Labor, USAID, UNOPS, and Facebook Suteera has been planning and allocating resources for in-country research and evaluation ...

Alexis Busso – BA 2017

Alexis Busso, in her own words: “After graduating from the International Studies program (BA), I traveled to Colombia to teach English for the spring term. I worked at a private British School teaching to students of varying ages and backgrounds. During my stay there, I made lasting ...

Karin Long — BA 2011

Karin Long, in her own words: “After I graduated, I spent a few years teaching English to elementary and middle school aged kids in Thailand. I taught in Phatthalung, a province near the Thai-Malaysian border. It was a very rural area and it was difficult, but inspiring work! I got married ...

Betsy Katz – BA 2014

Betsy Katz, in her own words: “I graduated with my BA in International Studies with focuses on International Relations and Diplomacy, Global Health and Development and Latin America in Spring 2014. After UO I worked in a community health clinic (FQHC) in Portland, OR working to engage ...

Lindsey Foltz – MA, 2011

After graduating from the International Studies MA program in 2011, Lindsey Foltz worked for four years at the City of Eugene as an Equity and Human Rights Analyst and a Community Programs Analyst which included Fair Housing work.  She is now a first year PhD student at the UO exploring ...

INTL MA Student Featured in CLLAS Notes

An article by International Studies MA student, Brenda Garcia Millan, is featured in the latest edition of CLLAS Notes (Center for Latino/a & Latin American Studies). “Contemporary Displacement Patterns and Responses: Haitians at the U.S.-Mexico Border” is a reflection on Garcia ...
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