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Student Internships in the Virtual Space

Part 1: November 13, 2020
Part 2: November 20, 2020

Covid-19 and Educational Disparities: Global Perspectives

Doug Savage, Director of the Institute of World Affairs at UWM moderates an international panel discussing how the coronavirus pandemic has highlighted and widened educational disparities around the world.

COVID-19 and Educational Disparities: Global Perspectives

September 23, 2020
10:00am CST
Webinar hosted via Zoom

Join the Institute of World Affairs and UWM’s Global and International Studies Program for a moderated discussion with guest panelists from around the world, discussing the COVID-19 Pandemic’s impact on education on a global scale.

Congratulations to Caroline Seymour-Jorn

Congratulations to Global and International Studies Director, Caroline Seymour-Jorn, on the publication of her new book, Creating Spaces of Hope.

Choir Project Article Published in “Middle East Critique”

Congratulations to Global and International Studies director Caroline Seymour-Jorn on the publication of her article on The Choir Project which took place at UWM last year, lead by Egyptian artist Salam Yousry.

Collective Statement of Solidarity

In response to police violence against Black and Brown people in our city and nationwide and the recent murders of George Floyd, Tony McDade, Breonna Taylor, Joel Acevedo, Ahmaud Arbery, and a painfully long list of others, we write in strong solidarity and support for… Read More

Study Abroad Opportunity in Poland

Earn credit for two history courses and experience the history of the Holocaust and Jewish-Christian history in Poland and Lithuania firsthand.

Volunteers Needed for the International Folk Fair!

The Holiday Folk Fair International, America’s premier multicultural festival and a program of the International Institute of Wisconsin, celebrates the cultural heritage of the people living in southeastern Wisconsin. You can explore the ways music, food, dance, and art weave together a message of welcome. Student Volunteers are need for this great event!

Congratulations 2019 Ian Elliot Memorial Scholarship Awardee Emily Crain-Castle!

Read how Emily reflects on how she intends to utilize her scholarship to further improve her international education.

Intern at the Milwaukee Justice Center

The Milwaukee Justice Center is seeking internship candidates for Fall 2019. Training and supervision is provided. Internships are unpaid, but may be completed for academic credit. Interns are expected to serve a minimum of 6-10 hours per week, but may do more if they so desire. This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in pursuing a social work, social justice, or legal careers. All majors are accepted and no prior experience is required.