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The Undergraduate College of Global Studies (GLS) offers first-year students insights into the global interconnectedness of the world in which we live and what it means to be a global citizen. GLS empowers students within the community to think about their own identities, social and political issues across the globe, and how individual students can make a world of difference.

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GLS Seminars

GLS First-Year Seminars

101 Seminar: The First-Year Seminar 101 is a 1-credit course that supports first-year students in their transition to University life - academically, personally, and socially. The course aims to foster a sense of belonging; promote curricular and co-curricular engagement; help students clarify their plan and purpose; and involve students in a dialogue on social responsibility and inclusion.

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Each Undergraduate College is housed in a specific residential area called a quad, which includes a dedicated Center for seminars, programs, and activities. GLS is part of Eleanor Roosevelt Quad. The GLS/HDV Center includes a 250-person, multi-purpose space that can be divided into four separate rooms.

Roosevelt Quad

Each Undergraduate College is housed in a specific residential area called a quad, which includes a dedicated Center for seminars, programs, and activities. GLS is part of Eleanor Roosevelt Quad.

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GLS-HDV Center

Center for Global Studies and Human Development

The GLS/HDV Center includes a 250-person, multi-purpose space that can be divided into four separate rooms.

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International Studies Academy

International Studies Academy

Through an interdisciplinary and integrated program of study, we examine the major social, economic, and political developments in the world today. You will choose a region of specialization to gain deeper knowledge of a particular part of the world and are urged to spend at least one semester abroad.

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