You've made it to the last newsletter of the semester and finals are here! A few tips: stay hydrated, nourished, and rested; always arrive early; keep track of time; read your exam carefully and follow directions. Good luck and have a wonderful summer!
Sydney Webb is the Academic Advisor for the School of Global Integrative Studies and the Modern Languages department. You can make an appointment with her through MyPLAN or see her drop-in hours at the link below.
Please continue reading for important updates about summer and drop-in advising! Continue reading…
Curious about what potential your degree holds and how to make the most of it? Check out this incredible story from the Nebraska Today on Ashton Koch!
Ashton is graduating this week with majors in Political Science, Global Studies, and French and a minor in Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs.
Curious about what potential your degree holds and how to make the most of it? Check out this incredible story from the Nebraska Today on Jun Yi Goh!
Jun is graduating this week with majors in History and Global Studies and a minor in Asian Studies.
Interested in learning more about Cultural Anthropology this Summer? ANTH 212 is now being offered online during the second 5-week session!
Congratulations to our Global Studies students who were awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship to study abroad in summer and fall of 2022!
Curious about how you can win this scholarship to study abroad? Check out the link below to prep for the next cycle opening in August!
The Nebraska Anthropologist is an annual journal for the School of Global Integrative Studies that publishes student papers (graduate and undergraduate) on all aspects of Anthropology, Geography, Global Studies, and related fields in the social sciences, humanities, and the arts. Read for more info! Continue reading…More details at: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=rQHb_YNJbkOrNRrwQ7gYyfwam8BmNGFGhcnvAAqSl2hUN1MwUTRRSUJKU1QxV0lPWkw3Ukc5OE0xRi4u
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Omaha, NE is currently looking to hire 2 cartographers, utilizing GIS, to join their team, and they're interested in hiring recent alumni/soon to be graduates!
Continue reading for more information about the position and how to apply. Continue reading…
United Nations Foundation: UN Relations & Policy
UNICEF USA: Virtual Global Cause Partnerships Intern
Council on Foreign Relations Internships
Arizona Conservation Corps: GIS Intern
Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum: Summer Intern
Asian Community & Cultural Center: Youth Program Intern
The Inman Award competition is to recognize outstanding research and writing by students on topics related to intelligence and national security. There is no prescribed topic, format, or length for papers submitted. The winner and semifinalists will be awarded $5,000 and $2,500 respectively. Continue reading…More details at: https://intelligencestudies.utexas.edu/inman-award
If you're interested in working or interning with Members of the US House of Representatives - the House Resume Bank provides job seekers with a way to submit their resumes for jobs in House offices in DC and across the nation’s congressional districts.More details at: https://house.csod.com/ats/careersite/search.aspx?site=9&c=house
CLS Spark is a pilot initiative of the Critical Language Scholarship to learn Arabic, Chinese, or Russian during the academic year through online classes and activities. CLS Spark participants will receive automatic consideration as semifinalists for the CLS 2023 overseas summer institutes!
Interested in applying for a Federal job? Federal resumes differ from traditional resumes. The Partnership for Public Services has created a flyer to address some of these differences-- check it out at the link below!More details at: https://mcusercontent.com/bfee1414a288959af497fb02a/files/e70f13d2-b626-4d16-8d06-76a0aa666685/PartnershipForPublicService_BuildingAFederalResume.pdf
Don't let not knowing a language deter you from taking a Modern Languages course-- we offer some courses in English to help you learn about culture and history! Check out this list of courses we'll be offering this fall in English. If you are learning the language, even better! Continue reading…
This course introduces students to the standard of contemporary Japanese business culture and related social protocols. The course is taught in English, and no knowledge of Japanese language is required. Continue reading…
Learn about the science of happiness and well-being in the three week pre-session this summer, and fill your ACE 6 requirement in just 3 weeks!
May 16-June 3
Monday through Thursday from 9am-12:30pm in TEAC 250