SGIS Week 8 Newsletter

Week 8: Halfway to the End of the Semester
Week 8: Halfway to the End of the Semester

Week 8: Midterms

Week 8 means we are very close to the half way through the semester. You are likely busy with midterms, papers, and other assignments. Make sure to get plenty of rest and don't forget to ask for help when you need it. C/O the Study Stop if you'd like to meet with a learning consultant.


Student Spotlight: Emma Dostal

Student Spotlight: Emma DostalMeet senior global studies major Emma Dostal. Emma has spent a semester abroad in France, completed two internships with the federal government, and has worked with international students. She is passionate about cross-cultural communication and is excited for a career in an international sphere. Continue reading…

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Mark van Roojen, professor in the Department of Philosophy, will give the talk "Using What You Know to Filter Through Climate Controversy" on Oct. 10 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Union's Swanson Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public and will be livestreamed on Zoom. Register for the Zoom Continue reading…


Wondering about ChatGPT?

career workshopsIt can be a great tool if you know how to use it! Come to our workshop about how to use ChatGPT for your own career development. Oct. 10, 1:30-2:30pm, 1007 Oldfather Hall (10th floor).


Namibia study trip, May 2024

This trip is a study tour and you will travel around Namibia, living in a combination of lodges and tent camping with indigenous guides and multiple cultural experiences. You will see a lot of wildlife! The focus is wildlife conservation, but you also explore the economics, politics, social, and Continue reading…


CAS Education Abroad

cas study abroadEnhance 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!


Want to chat with a CAS Career Coach?

career drop-inNo appointment needed! Just drop in to 107 Oldfather or pop into our Zoom room to get the conversation started. We’re available Wednesday, 11am-1pm, and Thursday 2-4pm. Prefer an appointment? Schedule on SSH!


Field School at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania

This 6-credit course, emphasizes the
integration of geological and paleoanthropological principles and techniques of understanding
evolutionary processes of Pleistocene hominins. The course is targeted toward beginning to
intermediate undergraduate students in geology, archaeology, and anthropology.

Originally published October 9, 2023 - Submit an Item