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WMU Global and International Studies Program

Fall course highlights

INTL 3500 - International Organizations
Interested in learning about International Organizations? INTL 3500 this fall will explore the development and purpose of international organizations, their unique methods to achieve their goals and their role in the global arena. The course will finish up with a United Nations Security Council simulation. Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, 2 to 3:15 p.m. More info...

SOC 6430 - Sociology of Women's Health
Explore social, economic and cultural factors affect women's physical and mental health as they intersect with race, class and nationality. Meets Thursdays, 2-4:30 p.m. More info...

Alternate Fall Welcome Ambassadors needed

First Year Experience is looking to hire Alternate Fall Welcome Ambassadors to fill in for Ambassadors who were hired but can no longer fulfill their volunteer duties. You will be required to attend training and Fall Welcome Week from August 28 to September 4. The experience will allow you to connect with current and first-year students, gain valuable training on the university, move in early to the residence halls, get free food and t-shirts, as well as volunteer hours and an appreciation gift card to the campus bookstore. If you are interested in this position or have any questions, please email Val Horwath at for an application!

Interested in an internship this fall or next spring?

Want to know how you can make yourself more marketable? Service learning and internship opportunities in the community are always available and a good idea to get some hands-on experience you can add to your resume. Contact us if you need help exploring what opportunities might be available to you. For global and international studies majors and minors, credit is also available in the form of INTL 4980. Internship info...

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