Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowships
FLAS Fellowships are awarded to exceptional undergraduate and graduate students who plan to pursue professional work related to globalization. Funding is for language study, particularly of Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTL).
Learn more: http://cgs.illinois.edu/students/FLAS/index.html
Program for Arms Control & International Security (ACDIS)
With ACDIS, CGS facilitates research, teaching and outreach on Security & Natural Resource Conflict as a global issue through an undergraduate certificate; interdisciplinary course development; academic conferences and publications; K-12/16 teacher training and workshops; and informed lectures for diverse audiences in these areas.
Learn more: http://acdis.illinois.edu/
UNESCO Center for Global Citizenship
Advancing Global Citizenship
The UNESCO Center for Global Citizenship (UCGC) is a community-university organization founded on the belief that multicultural knowledge and intercultural understanding generate a better, more interesting, more productive, and -
Learn more: http://cgs.illinois.edu/ucgc
Illinois Students Travel to Turkey
International Journalism Field Reporting Program
Since 2005, the Center for Global Studies at Illinois has supported deepening the global knowledge and skills of student journalists through the International Journalism Field Reporting course. Designed by award-winning broadcast journalist Professor Nancy Benson, the course gives journalism students opportunities to conduct foreign affairs investigations and produce in-depth reports for the general public that have aired on television, radio and the web.
Congratulations to our Summer 2013 FLAS Fellows!
Global Institute for Secondary Educators
on behalf of the U.S. State Department Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
The Center for Global Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Illinois) is pleased to host a Study of the U.S. Institute for Secondary Educators on behalf of the U.S. State Department Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. This intensive six-week Institute, "The American Dream: The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy of a Cultural Heritage," provides 30 secondary educators from around the globe with an interdisciplinary examination of what many call America's most "enduring myth" - the American Dream.