UNL Global Studies

Week 9: Welcome Back
Week 9: Welcome Back

Week 9: Welcome Back

You're past the half way point in semester. This means two things: 1) it's almost winter break, and 2) you only have 7 weeks to make the most of the semester. So consider doing the following: a) going to an event, b) joining a club, c) meet with your advisor, and d) volunteer in your community.

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Jenna Vigal

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Jenna VigalMeet Jenna Vigal, double major in Global Studies and Political Science from Omaha. This summer Jenna studied Spanish and photography in Barcelona and she's currently planning to study abroad for a semester. In the future Jenna hopes to become a foreign service officer. Continue reading…

Global Cafe: Coffee with a Diplomat
Global Cafe: Coffee with a Diplomat

Global Cafe: Coffee with a Diplomat

Join us for a conversation with Kristin M. Stewart, U.S. Department of State Foreign Service Officer, talking about career opportunities including the Pathways Programs, US Department of State Internships and Consular Fellows Program. Wednesday, October 18th, 3-4PM Bailey Library. Continue reading…

Study in India | Summer 2018
Study in India | Summer 2018

Study in India | Summer 2018

Explore beautiful India and earn 3 credits (GLST 491) towards your ACE 9 or an elective. This 3 week program will allow students to learn about early and contemporary India, culture and religion, politics, and economics; volunteer, and explore numerous historical sites. Continue reading…

Film Screening: 8 BORDERS 8 DAYS

Film Screening: 8 BORDERS 8 DAYSThe Amnesty International RSO at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is hosting a documentary screening about refugee rights, followed by a Q&A session with the film director. October 18th, 6:30PM in Nebraska Union Food Court.
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EVENT: State Senator Panel

EVENT: State Senator PanelUNL's Political Science Honor Society, Pi Sigma Alpha, is hosting a State Senator Panel on Oct. 19th at 7:30 pm in Regency A in the Nebraska Union. The panel will focus on how students can get involved in legislature/politics, how Nebraska's legislature works, and have a Q&A session. Continue reading…

Originally published October 18, 2017 - Submit an Item