The University of Illinois is part of a global community including students, scholars, and artists. All of us are experiencing the pandemic in different ways shaped by culture, the situations of our societies, and our economic and political realities.
We share the anguish of our families, our coworkers, and our community as George Floyd’s killing is added to so many others. We urge all to listen to communities who experience the many forms of violence that have shaped our history and cloud our future.
Illinois students will have increased opportunities to fund studies of Arabic, Persian and Turkish, and more students will have opportunities to practice those languages and learn about the Middle East region through a recent grant from the U.S.
Illinois Global Institute recently announced a grant initiative that supported course development across the Urbana campus. A total of 33 courses in 22 departments across 6 colleges and schools are now being developed as on-line or hybrid classes.
Illinois Global Institute is pleased to announce the fall 2020 courses that are part of the on-line and hybrid course development initiative by the IGI and its ten area and global studies centers and thematic programs.