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Welcome to the Department of International Studies

The Department of International Studies is at the forefront of university efforts to educate global citizens and future leaders, preparing our students for a globally interconnected future. Faculty boast a broad expertise across a variety of fields within the broader humanistic tradition. We teach and produce scholarship on global cultural issues within the context of linguistic, national, and transnational traditions. The department houses the interdisciplinary degree in International Studies, Modern Languages, and Classics. Languages taught in the department include Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, ancient Greek, and Latin

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Department of International Studies Congratulates Graduating Seniors

Posted December 11, 2020

To our graduates in International Studies, Modern Languages, and Classics: We are so proud of you on this day! Although we cannot be together, know that we celebrate your achievements and are cheering you on from a distance. Thank you for letting us share in your journey. We have learned so much from you and […]

Daniella Stratta

Achievements in Climate and Inclusion (ACI) Staff Award goes to INTS Academic Advisor

Posted December 2, 2020

The College of Liberal Arts values diversity and is dedicated to building a welcoming and inclusive environment for faculty, staff, and students. In an effort to recognize staff members who regularly engage in the types of service activities designed to encourage and facilitate a more inclusive and welcoming climate for all, particularly for people from […]

Graduation Picture of Lily Jameson

INTS Former Student Abroad in France with TAPIF

Posted December 1, 2020

  The Department of International Studies would like to highlight former student Lily Jameson who is making use of her dual major degree in International Studies and French. Lily is currently an English Language Assistant with the Teaching Assistant Program in France (TAPIF). She is assigned to Sarrebourg, France, a small town roughly an hour […]