For the first time, four of the University's International Institutes are hosting an event for undergraduate students to learn about opportunities available to them. On Wednesday, September 28 students of the Kellogg, Kroc, Liu and Nanovic Institutes will talk about their work and the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs will share information about the new School of Global Affairs. Find out what you can do through the international institutes... from research to internships to conferences to academic programs.
The formal program will begin at 6 PM, students are welcome to arrive at any time during the 6-8pm event. Food, informational materials and staff from all of the Institutes as well as the Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE) will be available throughout the evening to answer questions and share ideas.
At 6 PM students will give brief presentations regarding their experiences through the Institutes. See the full list of presenters here.
This event can be particularly helpful to freshmen and sophomores.
Are you planning to attend? Here is what you need to know:
Arrive any time between 6-8pm (but the earlier the better).
Representatives from the four Institutes as well as CUSE will be available. You can get great ideas about your own research by attending the program.
(See the official program here.)
Food will be available throughout the evening.