IAFS News & Events

IAFS 1000: Global Issues and International Affairs is a four-creditcourse that will introduce you to the world of international affairs. Perfect for majors and non-majors alike! We will be traveling around the world through our studies, using the top ten largest countries in the world as our windows for exploring pertinent, exciting issues such as: war and peace in the 21stcentury; the...

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Congratulations to Kira Gressman ('15) for her feature in the Colorado Arts & Sciences Magazine for Spring 2015. See below for the full article, also available at http://artsandsciences.colorado.edu/magazine/2015/04/grad-sees-medicine-through-humanistic-lens/ 

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The IAFS major couldn’t be complete without language study. Even with the extensive and challenging coursework required, the rewards of learning a language are well worth the effort--and without a doubt, these rewards extend far beyond just being able to order crepes in a French café. There is a powerful sense of accomplishment associated with communicating in another language. Veronica Baker...

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Sophia Cole (IAFS ’16) is busy connecting sports, international affairs, and women’s programs. During her semester as an IAFS fellow for the annual Conference on World Affairs (CWA), she connected with Maggie Duncan Simbeye, the Executive Director of the Dare Women’s Foundation in Arusha, Tanzania. As an IAFS Fellow for CWA, Sophia helped organize the...

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As a college student, Julie Goodman (IAFS ’07) spent endless summer days scooping ice cream, but this didn’t deter her dream of becoming a future entrepreneur. Today, Goodman is the CEO of Goodman Global Consulting, based out of Dallas, Texas. Goodman Global Consulting works with companies aiming to grow in the global marketplace and helps create a strategic plan for their international...

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These seminars are completely free of charge and are conducted by expert instructors, who have all achieved official LSAT scores in the 98th percentile or higher. The instructor will introduce students to the test and discuss the role the LSAT plays in the law school admission process. The instructor will also teach several real LSAT questions, examine the underlying concepts of the...

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PublicHealth.org is a trusted source of public health information, including career, education, and public awareness resources.

Many organizations that serve the public health needs of communities find themselves in an untenable situation. They're faced with a rapidly growing need for workers in the face of shrinking budgets. One way they can cover this gap is with volunteers. To get...

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Low-Cost LSAT Prep at CU

Schedule:
Wednesdays 6-9pm
3/18, (spring break) 4/1, 4/8, 4/15, 4/22, 4/29, (finals week), 5/27

Proctored (Practice) Exams: Sat. 3/14 11-2pm, Sat. 4/25 11-2pm, Sat. 5/30 11-2pm

Interested in grad school but don't want to pay $1200+ for LSAT prep classes? We've got you covered. There...

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Low-Cost GRE Prep at CU

Schedule: 
Wednesdays 6-9pm
2/18, 2/25, 3/4, 3/11, 3/18, (spring break), 4/1

Interested in grad school but don't want to pay $1200+ for GRE prep classes? We've got you covered. There will be another set of low-cost - high quality - GRE prep courses starting soon at CU (open to non-students). You can apply for...

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Visit China’s greatest cities, Beijing and Shanghai, and rural Shandong Province. Study business strategy and culture with a Chinese twist.

Join the Global Seminar:  “Doing Business in China” for 2 weeks in May, 3 credit class (INBU 3300). 

For more information, contact Tracy Jennings:  tracy.jennings@colorado.edu

Or visit...

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