From knowing what “globalization” actually means to understanding what it takes to be “interculturally competent” or simply to being able to identify the presidents of China, Russia, and France, students pursuing a major in IGS are distinguished by their commitment to become engaged global citizens who can analyze and respond appropriately to international and global issues from as many complementary perspectives as possible: political, social, economic, historical, geographical, environmental, artistic, religious, cultural, linguistic…Read More »
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