Nov 17, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Global Studies Program


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Program Director: 

                  Associate Professor Katherine Kirby

Affiliated Faculty:

                  Jeffrey Ayres (Political Science)
                  Michael Bosia (Political Science)
                  Patricia Delaney (Anthropology)
                  Jon Hyde (Media Studies, Journalism, and Digital Arts)
                  Richard Kujawa (Geogrpahy)
                  Adrie Kusserow (Anthropology)
                  Robert Letovsky (Business Administration)
                  Carolyn Lukens-Olson (Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures)
                  Tara Natarajan (Economics)
                  Elizabeth O’Dowd (Applied Linguistics)
                  Reza Ramazani (Economics)
                  Patricia Siplon (Political Science)
                  Lorrie Smith (English)
                  Kimberly Sultze (Media Studies, Journalism, and Digital Arts)

The Global Studies minor provides students with an understanding of the vocabulary and theory of globalization as well as a forum for discussion of the ethical and social issues emerging from economic, political, cultural, and technical aspects of globalization. Students develop an understanding of the impact of technologies on cultural, political, geographical, and economic systems worldwide. They investigate the tension and interplay of local and global forces in communities worldwide, enhance their proficiency in a second language, and gain deepened perspectives on global issues through an international study or service-learning experience linked to global peace and justice issues.

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