The Institute for Regional and International Studies (IRIS) comprises and provides coordination and administrative support for Wisconsin’s nine area studies centers – eight of which are National Resource Centers – and the International Studies Major of the College of Letters and Science. IRIS is a pillar unit of UW-Madison’s International Division.
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- December 8Art Exhibition: “Dancing with Devils: Latin American Masks Traditions”10:00 AM, Hillel Foundation, 611 Langdon St.
- December 8Study Abroad in Norway: University of Oslo International Summer School (ISS)Virtual Info Session12:00 PM, Online
- December 8Center for Southeast Asian Studies Friday Forum LectureEthnic Violence, Discrimination, and Injustice in Cambodia: The Case of the Ethnic Vietnamese12:00 PM, 206 Ingraham Hall
- December 10Art Exhibition: “Dancing with Devils: Latin American Masks Traditions”10:00 AM, Hillel Foundation, 611 Langdon St.
Apply for the Yenching Academy Scholars program! The Yenching Academy offers a highly customizable Master’s program in China studies. All admitted students receive the Yenching Fellowship, which covers tuition, accommodations, one round-trip journey between your …
“Exploring School Leadership Potential in Rural Peru” Micaela Wensjoe, a second-year PhD student specializing in Comparative International Education and Global Studies, embarked on research trip to Peru, supported by the IRIS Area and International Studies …
For UW-Madison students and alumni interested in exploring options to conduct independent research, study, teach English, practice art, and more abroad, the Fulbright US Student Program (FUSP) is one of the most prestigious and accessible ways to build on …
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