Cultures & Languages Across the Curriculum

Fall 2015 Courses


Advising Appointments

You may make appointments with any of the International & Area Studies Advisors.

Advising Appointment


Email

Send questions to international-area-studies@utah.edu. Emails should be professional and respectful, and include:

  1. Full name
  2. uNID
  3. Major or minor
  4. Detailed requests, questions, and explanations

Important undergraduate dates & deadlines:

April 24: Last day to reverse CR/NC option

April 29: Classes end

May 7-8: Commencement & Convocation exercises

May 19: Grades available 

 

Hurricanes, Memory, & Welfare States in the Greater Caribbean

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Featured Fall 2015 Course

Take BIOL 3450 as a LAS elective! The course holds both the SF and IR general education designations.

rain forest ecology course


 

Give to LAS

 

News & Features


On Display: Student Work

Check out the wall cases on Levels 1 and 2 at the Marriott Library to see some student work! The students from SPAN 4900, "Indigenous Writing and Culture," contributed to the display.

SPAN 4900 student work

Follow this link for more pictures and a statement from Professor Isabel Dulfano.


2015 Fulbright Scholars

Six University of Utah students have received highly competitive Fulbright awards for 2015. The prestigious awards will allow the undergraduate students to teach English in Romania, Argentina and Mexico for one academic year, while the graduate students will lead research projects in Chile, Switzerland and Uruguay. Read more about it here!


The Center for Latin American Studies wins prestigious Department of Education grant

The U's Center for Latin American Studies, in partnership with Brigham Young University, has been awarded a prestigious four-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education to support international education and language study in Utah. Check out the whole story here!


Global Utah

See why Latin American Studies matters as much locally as it does globally.