Resources and information on global events which impact the University community. This includes the current crisis in Ukraine, security emergency in Afghanistan, earthquake in Haiti, and U.S. immigration updates.
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Vice Provost for Global Engagement, Jane Gatewood, provides guidance for international students and scholars on the return for spring 2022. "I understand the challenges of international travel, which are heightened amidst the pandemic, and I want to highlight a few elements of the most recent message sent by President Mangelsdorf and Provost Peyre on January 6 in order to help you plan your return to campus".
Although we strongly urge students who have not yet arrived on campus to delay their return, we recognize that some students, especially those arriving from international locations, may not be able to change their travel plans. The University’s International Services Office (ISO) stands ready to answer questions and provide additional support to international students or scholars who need assistance during this time.
Join the celebration of International Education Week! The University will be hosting multiple events across all campuses throughout the month of November.
For his latest digital history project, “Black Past Lives Matter: Digital Kormantin,” Michael Jarvis, an associate professor of history, will create a website with meticulously detailed virtual tours of a 1632 English fort on the coast of Ghana that was among the earliest to send enslaved Africans to the American colonies.
Lara Andree ’20, ’21W (MS), Jacob Rozowsky ’20, Brianna Roy ’20, Alexis Pope ’21, and Adam DeSchriver ’20, ’20E, were selected to receive 2021–22 grants in the Fulbright US Student Grant program.