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Your Global Connection

 

By the Numbers

1435

UO study abroad enrollment last year

38

Countries visited by UO students

940

International students and scholars currently on campus

90

Countries represented on campus

Events

“Pour une lecture et une traduction éthique des littératures autochtones” (For an Ethical Reading and Translation of Indigenous Literatures). A roundtable In French with Sarah Henzi
Feb20
“Pour une lecture et une traduction éthique des littératures autochtones” (For an Ethical Reading and Translation of Indigenous Literatures). A roundtable In French with Sarah Henzi Feb 20 McKenzie Hall
Budgeting and Financial Aid for Study Abroad
Feb20
Budgeting and Financial Aid for Study Abroad Feb 20 Global Scholars Hall
Melanin Mingle: Black Grad Edition
Feb21
Melanin Mingle: Black Grad Edition Feb 21 Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center
Interviewing and Story Development in Mexico Info Session
Feb21
Interviewing and Story Development in Mexico Info Session Feb 21 Prince Lucien Campbell Hall (PLC)
Black CommUnity Table
Feb21
Black CommUnity Table Feb 21 Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center
Let's Talk Drop-In - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC
Feb21
Let's Talk Drop-In - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC Feb 21 Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center
Indigenous Comics Speaker Series: Cole Pauls (Tahltan Nation)
Feb21
Indigenous Comics Speaker Series: Cole Pauls (Tahltan Nation) Feb 21 Knight Library
Daniel Balderston's Lecture "Borges as Itinerant Lecturer: The Course on "The Problems of the Novel""
Feb21
Daniel Balderston's Lecture "Borges as Itinerant Lecturer: The Course on "The Problems of the Novel"" Feb 21 James Common Room, Tykeson Hall,
¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group
Feb22
¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group Feb 22 Carson Hall, Ramey Room
Let's Talk Drop-In - Thursdays 3-5PM @ MCC/Zoom
Feb22
Let's Talk Drop-In - Thursdays 3-5PM @ MCC/Zoom Feb 22 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)

 

Spotlight

Jose Mesquit Great Wall
Sports Business in Mandarin
Helping students transition to U.S. and University of Oregon
Launched in fall 2021, the Division of Global Engagement and Lundquist College of Business offers students an opportunity to take introduction to Sports Business in Mandarin.

Learn More


Group photo of PathwayOregon students in the London Eye.
Around the O
Ducks Fly to England
Twenty UO sophomores spent a month in London this summer taking classes, going on adventures, and learning from the exciting experience of visiting another country.

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global pdx podcast
GlobalPDX Podcast
Eager for Education in a Dangerous World (with Dennis Galvan)
Dean and Vice Provost for Global Engagement and also a professor of Political Science and Global Studies at the University of Oregon.

Listen

Additional Resources

Foreign Engagement in International Research and Activities

In recent years, there have been concerns raised by the federal government over inappropriate foreign state influence on research conducted at universities in the United States. Given those concerns and the ever-changing landscape of federal regulations, we encourage all faculty and staff to look at the guidelines and requirements for foreign engagement in international research relationships and activities. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Dennis Galvan, dean and vice provost of the Division of Global Engagement, at dgalvan@uoregon.edu.

Guidelines and Requirements

Affiliations and Partners

The Division of Global Engagement at the University of Oregon listens to, understands, and supports the wide range of international projects and global aspirations of our academic partners and affiliates. We make matches where we can, propose synergies, and suggest unexpected collaborations. We look for ways to develop UO international strategy from the grassroots up, to fundraise on a large scale, and make the whole of our global endeavors much greater than the sum of the parts.