Arabic, Persian & Turkish Language Immersion Institute (aptlii.global.wisc.edu)
Spend the summer at UW-Madison learning Arabic, Persian, or Turkish and studying the history and cultures of these beautiful languages! This unique program offers eight weeks of language instruction with top professors and native speakers.
Global Studies in Higher Education (GSHE) operates as an interdisciplinary hub or "think tank" of university administrators, scholars, researchers, and students, and of partners and leaders outside the university. GSHE advances key theories, themes, debates, and methodological tools that link university research to issues of international business and the political economy, to cultures in the age of globalization, and to global security and the environment. Policy topics-including communication networks, education protocols, governance covenants, and others-serve as initial foci of GHSE.
Each issue of global-e: A Global Studies Electronic Journal features a brief essay authored by leading scholars and practitioners, offering provocative reflections on a range of topics with the aim of stimulating discussion among the global studies community. The journal is managed by a collaboration of global studies programs at the Universities of Illinois, North Carolina, Wisconsin-Madison, and Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Go Global! @ UW-Madison advises and assists students, alumni, community members, and others interested in exploring their options for working internationally. Finalist for the 2011 GoAbroad Innovative Use of Social Media Award.
Inside Islam: Dialogues and Debates is a new media initiative that seeks to challenge misconceptions and stereotypical perceptions about Islam and Muslims worldwide through a collaboration between UW-Madison's nine area and international studies centers, Wisconsin Public Radio, and the public. Winner of a 2009 Brass Crescent & 2011 Gabriel Award.
Wisconsin International Outreach Consortium (wioc.wisc.edu)
WIOC provides resources and expertise on world areas to K-12 teachers, post-secondary educators, businesses, the media, and the community at large.