Graduate Students

The Center for Global Studies is ready to help you as you during your time as a graduate student. Our events, which are free to attend, can help broaden your understanding of global society and current issues. If you are studying modern foreign languages, consider applying for a FLAS fellowship. Want to develop a project promoting global understanding and furthering global studies research? We encourage you to submit a proposal for our Global Intersections grant initiative. For research tools and materials, please explore our publications and global studies search tool; for research help, contact the Global Studies Librarian.

Interested in pursuing a graduate degree related to global studies? Check out our list of affiliated graduate programs, including a selection of minors and certificates. If you are interested in learning about education and global change from social justice, global equity, and critical democracy perspectives, please look into the Global Studies in Education (GSE) degree offered by the College of Education. Are you already pursuing a degree? Consider our 12-credit Global Studies Minor, which can help you integrate your skills within the broader interdisciplinary, intellectual, and public policy demands of the challenges confronting the world’s populations.

 

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