SGIS Week 6 Newsletter

Week 6: Investigate Your Interests
Week 6: Investigate Your Interests

Week 6: Investigate Your Interests

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.

 

Student Spotlight: Miranda Ritchie

Student Spotlight: Miranda RitchieMeet senior Miranda Ritchie, a double major in Anthropology and Global Studies. Miranda has studied abroad in Spain, interned with Lincoln Literacy and she plans to work with refugees and immigrants. She plans to get a masters in public health after she graduates this spring. Continue reading…

 
korean culture day
korean culture day

Korean Culture Day in Nebraska

Come and Learn Korean Culture! Try on Hanbok (Korean Traditional Clothes), try out tasty Korean snacks, learn Taekwondo, a Korean traditional martial art, and watch and learn K-POP cover dances!

 
cas study abroad
cas study abroad

CAS Education Abroad

Enhance your CAS degree and build knowledge, skills, and experience employers and graduate programs value. Participate in study, internship, research, or service learning abroad for a week, month, term, or academic year!

 
Volunteers Needed to help with Reller Prairie
Volunteers Needed to help with Reller Prairie

Volunteers Needed to help with Reller Prairie

Join School of Global Integrative Studies faculty and students and help take back the prairie. We are removing invasive cedars and upgrading fencing. Wear outdoor work clothes; bring work gloves and a hat! Saturday, October 7th from 9AM to 1PM. Continue reading…

 
Apply for a Fully-Funded Language Scholarship
Apply for a Fully-Funded Language Scholarship

Apply for a Fully-Funded Language Scholarship

Get started on your application for the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program is a fully funded intensive overseas language and cultural immersion program for American students enrolled at U.S. colleges and universities. Reach out to Dr. Emira Ibrahimpasic via emira@unl.edu to get started. Continue reading…

 
student legal services
student legal services

Student Legal Services

Student Legal Services (SLS) is a program of ASUN and is funded completely by student fees. SLS offers free legal advice or representation to registered UNL students. UNL Student Legal Services (SLS) is located on the downtown campus in Room 335 of the Student Union.

 

Want to meet with a career coach?

drop-insRequired to meet with a career coach for class? Need help polishing your graduate school application materials? Thinking about internships or jobs for the spring or summer? Drop in to meet with a career coach!

Other CAS Careers Updates: Continue reading…

 

APSIA: Virtual Graduate School Fair - Sept 28

aspiaThinking about Grad School? Searching for an international career in the private, public, or non-governmental sector? Whether you’ve just started your search or have a shortlist in mind, representatives of APSIA’s top international affairs and public policy graduate schools can help you navigate Continue reading…

 
Originally published September 25, 2023 - Submit an Item