The Strength of Weak Links in the Sinophone System
Jing Tsu, Yale
Monday, April 27, 2015
102 Kern, 12:15 p.m.

Peter Van Buren, Policy Expert, Middle East Policy Council
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
116 Katz Building
1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.

2nd Global Conference of International Human Resource Management
May 14, 2015 – May 15, 2015
Updates regarding the conference will be released as the conference date approaches.

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About the Program

The Center for Global Studies was founded in August 2010 after Penn State was awarded one of eleven highly competitive National Resource Center grants by the Department of Education.

Working across all major university units, our mission is to enhance Penn State’s recognition as a university known for excellent research, teaching, and outreach in global studies. Our goal is to create a truly cross-disciplinary center for the creative and innovative study of the many complex facets of globalization. We offer the university an impact-oriented vision for facilitating and coordinating faculty and student research, promoting globally-relevant graduate and undergraduate education (especially language skills), and introducing new outreach programs.

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2015 Global Studies Undergraduate Research Symposium

April 13, 2015 - Six Penn State undergraduate students traveled to Pittsburgh to participate in the first joint Penn State-University of Pittsburgh Global Studies Undergraduate Research Symposium. The symposium allowed undergraduate students the rare opportunity of presenting their research relevant to the field of global studies in a professional environment. The symposium moves to University Park in 2016.

[Clockwise L-R] Penn State undergraduate presenters Rhoda Moise, Nolan O'Connor, Stacy Weikel, Emily Hyman, Sara Warnquist, and Leah Bader

Global Studies Teaching Fellowship Award

Deadline: April 30, 2015 at 5 p.m.

The Center for Global Studies Teaching Fellowship Award will be offered for 2015-16. The winning fellows must be K-12 teachers in the Centre Region and/or Penn State faculty in Commonwealth campuses in Dubois, Fayette, Hazelton, and/or Mont Alto who have shown substantial commitment to incorporating global studies into the school or classroom. Each fellow will receive a $1000 stipend to be used for conference/training registration, travel to a conference/training or classroom materials. To apply, complete and submit an application and send your resume to cgsinfo@psu.edu.


Detailed information can be accessed via our Funding page.

The Center for Global Studies
The Pennsylvania State University
102 Old Botany Building | University Park, PA 16802
ph: 814.867.4697 | fax: 814.863.3528 | email: cgsinfo@psu.edu

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