"Never doubt that a small group of committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
Students interested in learning about worldwide societies and cultures and international markets and institutions will find the Global Studies major an inspiring area of study as we seek to explore and understand our rapidly changing world. Winner of the 2012 Sen. Paul Simon Spotlight Award for Campus Internationalization, the Global Studies Department has a commitment to student engagement, global awareness, cross-cultural immersion, and real-world problem-solving.
Global Studies majors graduate with the potential to imagine the world as it might be and then make positive contributions to our globalized world. Whether they pursue careers in education, international law, politics, media, global markets, or nonprofit organizations, they will be well-equipped to impact the social, political, and economic institutions of our society.
Watch this student-made video to hear student perspectives on Global Studies and Global Studies 101
Global Studies Professor, Alonso García, heads to Russia on Fulbright
Global Service Learning Trips Blend Academics, Action, Reflection
Battling Bottled Water
Student Photo Exhibit Focuses on Water Issues
PC Global Studies Featured in Internationalizing the Curriculum 2012
Global Studies Students Gather Oral Histories for Exhibit
Global Studies major Rebecca Larrivee '13 Monitors Racism, Violence Among Fans at Soccer Games in Paris
PC’s Global Studies Department Wins National Award
Dr. Nicholas Longo, ChairFeinstein Academic Center 402 Phone: (401) 865-1207Fax: (401) 865-1206
FacultyNuria Alonso Garcia, Ph.D.Kara B. Cebulko, Ph.D.Peter Costello, Ph.D.Athena Fokaidis, M.A.Susan Griffith-Grossman, Ph.D.thomas r. king, Ph.D.Nicholas V. Longo, Ph.D., Chair Trina Vithayathil, Ph.D.
Community AdvisorsMichelle DePlanteJim Tull
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