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INTL Alumna Hannah Steinkopf-Frank featured in CAScade

Hannah Steinkopf-Frank graduated from the Clark Honors College in June with degrees in international studies and journalism and a minor in African studies. Her honors thesis, “La Sape: Tracing the History and Future of the Congos’ Well-Dressed Men,” documented and analyzed the ...

Prevention Bridges

Thanks to the George and Conni Slape Fellowship, Joze Moreno Pelayo was able to take part in a bilingual project in the areas of Stavropol and Arkhys in the Caucasus region of Russia. He writes, “The purpose of the program was to exchange, promote and replicate effective prevention models of ...

US-Russia Peer-To-Peer Project

Several days after the 2017 spring graduation, a coalition of students and professors from the International Studies department travelled to Russia to participate in the US-Russia Peer-to-Peer Project. This was the second part of the government funded program, which began in the winter of 2017 with ...

Joze Moreno Pelayo, MA 2017

This summer, I served as a development and public relations Intern at the Hebron Rehabilitation Committee (HRC), a semi-governmental organization in the city of Hebron, Palestine. Serving for this organization was truly an experience; The HRC was founded by the Palestinian Authority to preserve ...

Yelena Ablaeva, MA 2012

After graduating in June 2012, I moved to California and worked for the University of California, Riverside, for their International Education Programs. However, after six months of working there, my husband was offered an opportunity to work in the United Kingdom, and we made a decision to move ...

Kathryn E. Holder, M.A., 2017

Katie Holder specialized her International Studies degree in Cross-Cultural Communication and International Education with the geographic focus of Africa. Katie strategically shaped her Master’s to build her professional skillset targeting student support and engagement. She was an Undergraduate ...

Congratulations to 2017 Miss Oregon, Harley Emery!

The International Studies department extends a warm congratulations to very own Harley Emery on being crowned Miss Oregon 2017!!

Harley has 3.94 GPA as a double major in International Studies and Journalism, with minors in Arabic, Political Science, and Geography. Within International Studies, she ...

Samantha Gammons joins Harvard Kennedy School

Samantha Gammons, MA 2014, works as Program Coordinator at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard Kennedy School, working with the Singapore Program. It’s a partnership program with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore. At ...

INTL Alumni Ben McIntosh (BA, 2013) selected for Pickering Fellowship!

WASHINGTON, D.C. – INTL Alumni Ben McIntosh (BA, 2013) accepted the prestigious 2017 Thomas R. Pickering Fellowship after undergoing a rigorous application and interview process. Managed and funded by the Department of State and administered by The Washington Center, the Thomas R. Pickering ...

Delaney Swink Receives the Undergraduate Jane Higdon Senior Thesis Scholarship!

Congratulations, Delaney Swink! Delaney, one of our International Studies undergraduates, has received the Jane Higdon Senior Thesis Scholarship for her thesis “Social Change in Morocco: Islamic Feminism and Women’s Rights to Education” with faculty adviser Yvonne Braun. Delaney’s ...
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