We are pleased to announce two new awards available for International Studies undergraduates!
The Capstone Scholar Award grants $500 to the I-400 student who authors the best Capstone Thesis.
The Paper Scholar Award is a $300 award given to the student who submits the best paper in an INTL class other than the Capstone.
Students must nominate their own papers to be considered. Please click below for more information, including application procedures. All applications are due by December 11, 2015.
Elizabeth Dunn wrote a piece for the Boston Review, titled The Failure of Refugee Camps
Stephen Macekura joined With Good Reason Radio to discuss the history behind big-game hunting and environmental protection in Africa, in a conversation titled Behind the Big Game Reserves
Sarah Bauerle Danzman has co-written a blog post for The Monkey Cage, titled "This is why you shouldn’t blame China for the havoc in the markets"
Congratulations to International Studies majors Katharine Adams & Maya Wilson-Fernandez, named 2015 Wells Scholars @IUBloomington