SGIS Week 13 Newsletter

Summer Classes
Summer Classes

Week 13: Withdrawal Deadline

This Friday, April 19th is the last day to withdraw from a class. It’s always a good idea to talk with your instructor, advisor, and Husker Hub before making the decision to withdraw from a course. Please reach out to Kristin to ask questions and help make sure you are making the right decision.


Student Spotlight: Maeya Gydesen

Student Spotlight: Maeya GydesenMeet senior global studies major Maeya Gydesen who spent her semester exploring beautiful Rome, Italy. Maeya is also an Advertising and Public Relations major and chose these majors because she wanted to be able to tell a story while also being able to explore global markets. Continue reading…

Learn about Grant Writing and Fundraising
Learn about Grant Writing and Fundraising

Learn about Grant Writing and Fundraising

All students no matter their major with an interest in the nonprofit or social entrepreneurship field are encouraged to sign up for GLST 415/815: Grant Writing and Fundraising for Social Good. This course is fully online and will be taught by an experienced nonprofit professional. Continue reading…


US Customs & Border Patrol: Career Expo - April 17

US Customs & Border PatrolA career with U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) is unlike any other. Every day, we safeguard the nation and its people from harmful individuals and substances like fentanyl, while enhancing our economic prosperity and providing humanitarian aid. Find out more by participating in the virtual career expo! Continue reading…

GEOG 308
GEOG 308

GEOG 308: Biogeography

This course is very interdisciplinary and integrates geography, biology, and geology!


CAS Career Conversation

ConversationApr. 16, 1:00-2:30 p.m.
1207 Oldfather Hall
Career Conversations are small group discussions for CAS students facilitated by CAS Career Coaches. No preparation needed. Pizza and drinks provided!


Like kids? Looking for a summer job?

Calvert RecCalvert Recreation Center is hiring summer day camp staff. Our part-time, flexible jobs are perfect for college students, recent graduates, and anyone interested in giving to the community and making a difference in kids’ lives. Looking for energetic, responsible people interested in working with Continue reading…

Originally published April 15, 2024 - Submit an Item