- Sep 30, 2022
IAS Professor Jonathan Stalling Leads UNESCO Writing Workshop
In summer 2022, Jonathan Stalling, IAS Professor and Co-Director of the Institute for US-China Issues, led a month-long UNESCO writing...
- Sep 8, 2022
Farzaneh Family Center Hosts Scholars from Afghanistan as Part of CIS Scholars-at-Risk Initiative
In 2022, the Farzaneh Family Center for Iranian and Persian Gulf Studies in the College of International Studies is hosting two visiting...
- Sep 21, 2021
CIS Welcomes The Center for English as a Second Language (CESL)
The College of International Studies is extremely excited to welcome OU’s Center for English as a Second Language (CESL) under its...
- Jan 7, 2021
OU’s Peace Corps Prep Program Readies Students for Service Abroad
OU’s Peace Corps Prep Program Readies Students for Service Abroad From internships to graduate school to the Fulbright Program, there are...
- Dec 15, 2020
2021 Newman Prize for English Jueju Contest to Open December 20th
The Newman Prize for English Jueju, a poetry competition sponsored by the OU Institute for US-China Issues in the College of...
- Feb 1, 2018
Peace Corps Prep
Did you know that the University of Oklahoma was selected by the Peace Corps to establish a Peace Corps Prep program on campus? Launched...
- Oct 5, 2017
Consider Donating Today.
"Companion Collection," by Rhea Hanks. Kedougou, Senegal. The College of International Studies is a reflection of OU President David L....
- Sep 29, 2017
"Kayaking with the Portuguese," by Landyce Smith. Lagos, Portugal. As part of OU’s campus-wide scholarship system, the College of...
- Sep 14, 2017
Message from the Dean
Fall 2017 is well underway! It’s hard to believe that we are finishing up our fourth week of class and will soon be staring at midterms....
- Sep 6, 2017
OU in Arezzo Scholarships
If you are a student interested in studying abroad at OU in Arezzo in the spring, apply today for the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation...