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March 1 - Ghosts of Amistad Film Screening and Q&A

A documentary on the legacies of the Amistad Rebellion and the slave trade in Sierra Leone Read More »

March 6 - Language and Political Economy Revisited

A symposium on past and future approaches to language and political economy Read More »

WATCH NOW: Complexity and Brutality in the Global Economy

Acclaimed sociologist Saskia Sassen examines predatory economic forms and their social and environmental impacts Read More »

WATCH NOW: Meeting China’s Environmental Crisis

Experts discussed environmental issues in China and the place of religion in responding to the nation's environmental challenges. Read More »

Recent News

Global Engagement Office launches new website

The University's new Global Engagement website compiles information about ongoing international programs — on campus and around the world — in one place. The website has a map of programs on the home page as well as a more in depth Directory of International Programs where you can sort initiatives by city, country, region, or continent. Take a look!

PGE Shapes National Green Restaurant Certification

New standard for sustainable industry practices is based on research by students working with Environmental Studies lecturer Sabina Shaikh.

The US, Russia, and Bridging the East-West Divide

As attention turns to Russia and the Sochi Olympics, Ambassador Ian Kelly discusses US-Russia relations.

Former CIS Director wins India’s prestigious Padma Bhushan Award

Susanne Rudolph, director of CIS from 2001-2002, to be honored by President Mukherjee for distinguished service to the nation.

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