As you're focusing on your coursework, remember to investigate and invest in your interests. Attend events, join student organizations, and apply for programs and fellowships that will allow your interests to come to life and open up career pathways.
Have advising questions? Appointments for SGIS and POLS can be made with Kristin Plath in SSH - available in person and zoom, https://unlincoln.force.com/SSH/0058W00000BUU5i
Drop-ins are zoom only, https://cas.unl.edu/drop-in-advising-schedule
Meet Angela Kwambamba from Lincoln majoring in Global Studies and minoring in French. Angela is currently an intern with our Program in English as a Second Language helping international students adapt to life at UNL. She hope to teach abroad after graduation. Continue reading…
This is UNL Career Fairs Week. Each day focuses on different academic and work areas. https://careers.unl.edu/events/2023/02/27/university-career-internship-fairs-day-1/ Continue reading…
We're looking to help send two of our majors to Japan this fall. Anthropology, Geography and Global Studies majors are invited to apply for this incredible opportunity. Continue reading…More details at: https://sgis.unl.edu/senshu-matsudo-internship
This program offers a unique look into entrepreneurship in Rwanda.
May 15 - June 4
App Deadline, March 1, 2023
A Day in the (Exciting!) Life of a Trade Economist
Breakfast and coffee is provided and students can register, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/husker-trade-talk-christine-mcdaniel-mercatus-center-tickets-546447458057
This section is special; it will have 15 seats reserved for international students and 15 seats reserved for domestic students. If you are interested in registering for this course please visit, https://bit.ly/COMM311
Academic Programs is looking to hire a tutor for a student athlete taking GEOG 155. The position pays $12/hour. They are looking for someone who has taken GEOG 155 and received a B or higher. If you are interested, contact Kim Schellpeper, email@example.com