Center for International Education research programs focus on a range of globalization issues, from human rights to architecture and urbanism in a digital age to governance in cyberspace, political economy and translation, among many other topics.

Patrice Petro at podiumBringing together scholars from UWM and across the world, the Center’s conferences, symposia, and book series feature innovative work that explores the various components and consequences of globalization, such as the increasing flow of people, ideas, information, and capital across borders. In all of its research efforts, the Center seeks to foster truly interdisciplinary and collaborative research that probes the political, economic, artistic, and social processes and practices of our time.

– Patrice Petro, Vice Provost for International Education