News & Events
Richard Lugar to speak at the International Studies Undergraduate Symposium
Former U.S. Sen. Richard G. Lugar, a professor of practice in the Indiana University School of Global and International Studies, will speak Wednesday, April 23, at IU Bloomington about the U.S. and European response to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Read more here.
IU's Center for the Study of Global Change recieves prestigious Simon Award
Our very own professor Hilary Kahn is the Director of the Center which received the Simon Award, for its Bridges: Children, Languages, World project, which offers exploratory language and culture classes to young learners in Monroe County. Read more here.
Stay current with International Studies Professors Gardner Bovingdon, Feisal Istrabadi, and Padraic Kenney as well as other SGIS faculty.
Stephanie Kane was awarded a Sustainability Course Development Fellowship for 2014 for “Nature and the City: RIVERS,” which will include both on-campus and overseas components. She will also be involved in a faculty exchange program in Spring 2015 with the University of Zagreb. The title of her project is: "Engineering Nature on the Pannonian Plain: An Ethnography of the Sava River in the City of Zagreb."
Olga Kalentzidou has been selected as a Project Engage Fellow for the summer of 2014 to create a new service learning course, “Food and Nationalism,” for 2014 Themester.
Nick Cullather has been selected to receive a Trustee Teaching Award in the At-Large Smaller Department Faculty group.
Former International Studies major Angel Sanders featured in the Indianapolis Star. Sanders and her sisters overcame many challenges to graduate from Indiana University.
The ISUA Grant workshop was a success. You can see the photos of the events.
Congratulations to graduates Lila Raouf and Shane Sweet for receiving invitations to join the Peace Corps!