Students will help educate the community on refugee issues and the Catherine McAuley Center's work, hold an interactive campus event that simulates the refugee experience for invited guests, and create a UI student organization to support local refugees and immigrants.
The Iowa United Nations Association invites students to apply to be an Iowa UNA College Ambassador. Up to 10 students will be selected for the 12-month program, each receiving $500 as a stipend. See the full article for details on how to apply.
Registration is open for Working Internationally (IS:2500), a 1-s.h. course meeting from 2/24-2/26. The course offers practical insight to prepare for the international job search, including presentations and panels by students and professionals.
Congratulations to International Studies Academic Advisory Board member and Director of Arabic Studies Yasmine Ramadan, whose book Space in Modern Egyptian Fiction was reviewed in the independent pan-Arab newspaper al-Quds al-Arabi.
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