School of Interdisciplinary Global Studies
The School of Interdisciplinary Global Studies mourns the passing of Dr. Omotayo “Tayo” Jolaosho on October 22nd, 2021. Dr. Jolaosho was an immensely talented scholar, teacher, and mentor. They will be greatly missed.
SIGS Anti-Asian Hate Statement. The School of Interdisciplinary Global Studies (SIGS) is outraged at the rise in violence and hate against Asian Americans since the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic. The department strongly condemns these attacks and other forms of hatred that have been increasing at an alarming rate. Click on the link to read the statement.
Dr. Tatsiana Kulakevich talks about why Russia might invade Ukraine SIGS professor, Dr. Kulakevich, discusses 5 reasons why Russia might invade Ukraine in her article titled “5 things to know about why Russia might invade Ukraine – and why the US is involved,” in The Conversation. Please click on the link to read more.
Dr. Jody McBrien Discusses Social And Emotional Implications For Refugee Students SIGS professor Dr. McBrien has published her first working paper titled, Social and emotional learning (SEL) of newcomer and refugee students, at the OECD iLibrary. Click the link to learn more.