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Department of International Studies Undergraduate Capstone Symposium
Join us Wednesday, December 4th from 5-7:30 in the Frangipani, Walnut, and Oak rooms at the Indiana Memorial Union for this year's Undergraduate Capstone Symposium. Information for the symposium can be found here.
International Studies has advertised the following positions for appointments starting in the academic year 2013-2014:
- Assistant Professor in Global Development
- Assistant Professor in Global Health and Environment
- Professor in Human Rights
- Associate Professor, Departments of Geography and International Studies
Ambassador Rajendra Abhyankar’s new book, Stuff Happens: An Anecdotal Insight into Indian Diplomacy was published by Har-Anand Publications and was released on 11 July 2013 in New Delhi.
Philip Parnell was awarded a grant from the Asian Public Intellectuals, The Nippon Foundation for collaborative research titled “Comparative Analysis of Military-NGO Cooperation Policies in Asia.
Peter Nemes was awarded an Information Fluency Grant to redesign Methods in International Studies (INTL I315) with a focus on information fluency.
Olga Kalentzidou received an AY2012-2013 ICAB fellowship to internationalize Identity and Conflict (INTL I206) and incorporate global learning outcomes.
International Studies seniors presented their research at the International Studies Undergraduate Capstone Symposium, Thursday, April 25, 2013 5:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Indiana Memorial Union.
Congratulations to AY 2013-2014 FLAS scholarships awardees Courtney Herman (Portuguese level 3) and Brian Fitzgerald (Arabic level 2)!
Phi Beta Kappa 2012-2013 inductees
Eleanor Berry, Rebecca Boyle, Ana Fumurescu, Kerry Hoffer, Kelsey Mize, Molly Newell, Nicholas Philip, Julia Strzeszkowski, and Mallory Thayer.
Congratulations to the INTLers included in the Fall 2012 Dean’s List!