Global Studies News

We are all global citizens, with economics, society, language, media and more being shared and shifted the world over. Here you can learn more about the lives of the students, faculty and alumni who’ve dedicated their time at Temple University to the pursuit of exploring those connections through our Global Studies program. And if you have an idea for a story of your own you think we should tell, let us know! Global Studies students are challenged by the faculty to think about big-picture international issues, to experience new cultures and to learn new languages. The academic research and study produced brings new ideas that are applicable outside the classroom to make advancements on the world stage.

Liacouras center at graduation

As the Class of 2017 leaves undergraduate life behind, we asked a few of our new alumni about their fondest Temple memories, their favorite classes and their advice for future Owls.

Drawing of Donald Trump's hand placing a golf ball, colored like a globe, on a tee

Four liberal arts faculty members examine President Trump's first 100 days in office through the lens of global politics.

Melissa Krug

Melissa Krug, a PhD candidate in anthropology, will use her Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowship to study artisans at a fair trade organization in Peru.

The Global Stakes of the Election

College of Liberal Arts faculty weigh in on the four most important issues of the 2016 election.

Oct 26, 2016

The Rain in Taitung

Nicholas Gareca

As a Fulbright scholar and English teaching assistant in Taiwan, Nicholas Gareca (CLA '16) is bringing everything from Audrey Hepburn to acoustic guitar into the classroom.

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