An international studies major with a concentration in global issues and a minor in Spanish, Balaj will travel to Spain this summer.
Longtime adviser and co-founder of Earth Negotiations Bulletin encourages students to think globally but act locally.
Arudpragasam will discuss “The Story of a Brief Marriage,” set during the Sri Lankan civil war.
On Thursday, Feb. 16, Joyce Wong, Khamarin Nhann and Nuwan Jayawickreme will speak on the impact of genocide and migration.
As part of this year’s Peace Week events, Nuwan Jayawickreme, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology, discussed the psychology of borders, and suggested that borders can be traced all the way back to our hunter-gatherer ancestors who formed groups and alliances to survive.
Eight Manhattan College students earned an outstanding delegation award – the highest award a group can receive – at the National Model United Nations international conference in Olomouc, Czech Republic during Thanksgiving week.
Driven by the papal encyclical, the month-long series of events tackles several current environmental issues.
International studies majors report to the United Nations headquarters to attend intergovernmental meetings and prepare briefs that often go directly to mission ambassadors.
Manhattan College’s Model UN Team participated in the national conference in Washington D.C., gaining valuable experience and recognition.
Rokas Kirlys ’14, developed a new skill set while conducting summer research.
Amanda Cromwell ’13, a resident of Jackson, N.J., will join the selective program in fall 2013.
In INTL 201: Global Issues Seminar, students examine global problems to better frame worldly solutions.