April Sanders-Aboulila, instructor and advisor for Model Arab League, has been selected as a recipient of the 2018 Beacons of Excellence Award for her work with Model Arab League.
Tuesday, Nov. 13th, 4:30-6:30PM Hear from professionals about their global careers and how to get started!
The grant supports international education and language study
FLAS Scholarships are open to U of U students in any department (except the School of Medicine) for the study of a less commonly taught foreign language and related area studies.
Daniel Ybarra (B.A., communication studies and Middle East studies) will be an English teaching assistant in Uzbekistan.
The Model Arab League team is comprised of students who are enrolled in MID E 4107.
Deadline: January 26th, 2018 by 5:00pm
The Middle East Center and the Center for Latin American Studies will be hosting a symposium comparing the heartlands of the Inca and the Assyrian empires.
The Fulbright Program offers teaching, research or combination teaching/research awards in over 125 countries. Open to faculty across all disciplines.
FLAS scholarships are open to U of U students in any department (except the School of Medicine) for the study of a less commonly taught foreign language and related area studies.
Nathan P. Devir has just published New Children of Israel: Emerging Jewish Communities in an Era of Globalization (Salt Lake City: The University of Utah Press, 2017).
Model Arab League photoThe Model Arab League is a student leadership development program from the National Council on US-Arab Relations.
Associate Professor Lily Alavi, World Languages and Cultures, was recently honored by the Latter-Day Saint Student Association
We are happy to announce that the College of Humanities has selected Eve Olson to receive the 2017 Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award.
Nathan P. Devir Publishes “African Judaizing Movements and the Question of Polygamy: Perspectives from Cameroon.”
The article examines the theological, cultural, and sociohistorical underpinnings of the custom of polygamy as it is practiced among so-called “Judaizing” or “neo-Jewish” movements in rural Cameroon.