IAFS News & Events

The Department of Anthropology presents a public talk by Professor Webb Keane, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Michigan.

About the talk: Any community supposedly identified with a “single” kind of Christianity is likely to contain conflicts and divisions due to the different logics and temporalities associated, respectively, with ecclesiastical institutions, popular...

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This is a great opportunity for students interested in an international fellowship for summer 2015 (non CU-program):
Applications are now being accepted for the Humanity in Action Fellowship in Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Paris and Warsaw and our Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship in Washington, Paris and Berlin. These programs will take place in late May and June of 2015.

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If you’re a senior with a strong GPA, good writing skills, and  an interest in policy and peace, you should consider applying for a Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a year long, paid internship in D.C.

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a unique global network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East and the United States. Our mission,...

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Interested in law school but don't want to pay $1200+ for LSAT prep classes? We've got you covered. There will be another low-cost - high quality - LSAT prep course starting soon at CU. You can apply for the program (and see testimonials, etc.) at campusprep.org; you can email any questions to testprep@colorado.edu...

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Interested in international journalism, news, and media?

Check out the International Media Certificate (IMC), offered jointly by International Affairs and Journalism. Take Journalism classes and gain experience in communication media, advertising, and media relations. Find out more about the IMC and complete the online application here:...

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In this program, students will spend two weeks in Istanbul, a world heritage site, a global mega-city where people from urban and rural environments, different social classes, multiple cultures and religious backgrounds, coexist. The crossroads of civilization for at least 500 years, Istanbul is the perfect place to study the history of interaction between Jews and Muslims. This program will...

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If you plan to study abroad next year, you should also consider applying for a Boren scholarship. The Boren scholarships are awarded to undergraduates who plan to study in Africa, The Middle East, Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Russia and NIS states (Semester at Sea is not eligible), and who will be studying languages that are deemed of critical importance to the U.S.. The scholarship...

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Lauren Elder is an IAFS major who studied abroad in summer 2014 on the JWST/IAFS Global Seminar to Jerusalem. Lauren shared the following post on her experiences.

The best way to describe my experience on the Global Seminar "Justice, Democracy, and Human Rights in Israel...

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Through CEUCE join a team and represent CU at this event entailing dinner and an internationally –themes-pub-style-trivia quiz! While doing so, you will also be supporting WorldDenver’s non-profit organization.

11/8 (date of event)

Inverness Hotel and Conference Center

Englewood, Colorado  

CEUCE is currently interested in sending two groups of 5 to the 2nd Annual...

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By the time she entered her senior year, Maya Blanchard (IAFS ’14) had a plan. She knew she wanted to intern before she graduated, and her minor in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology had given her a strong interest in energy issues. Her plan came together with a unique internship with the International Research Center for Energy and Economic Development (ICEED). Blanchard served as ICEED’s sole...

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