The Program in International and Comparative Studies congratulates Class of 2013
Emilie Simons cheers for the home team with friends while on a PICS supported internship with the U.S. State Department in Uganda.
International Studies student Mia Marino leaps into the New Zealand clouds during a break from study abroad at the University of New South Wales in Australia
Sofia Murad took this photo at a well-renowned arts school for high school aged students in Java, Indonesia.
Lights of Granada--Photo by Bryna Barron
International Studies student Betsy Krupar taking a break from her studies and research on transportation safety in China.
Learning the Tango in Buenos Aires--Photo by Tim Finney
A view down the wall that surrounds the city of Ávila, Spain--Photo by Megan Steffes
The Program in International and Comparative Studies (PICS) seeks to be a focal point for the interdisciplinary study of issues that transcend borders. We encourage students and faculty to broaden their horizons while they deepen their knowledge of particular cultures and political, economic, and social contexts. We administer one of the fastest growing and largest undergraduate programs on campus in the form of both a major and minor as well as fellowship support for students and faculty.
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The International Studies Student Council (ISSC)
has created a Facebook group for concentrators, a Google calendar of upcoming events, and a Linked in group where concentrators and alums can keep in touch and network. So just what is the ISSC?
- International Studies Honors Program: Thesis defense starting today April 15, 2013
- International Studies Graduation Ceremony - update April 15, 2013
- Announcing Class of 2013 Graduation February 5, 2013