The past decade has seen an upturn in global complex humanitarian emergencies. Armed conflict, authoritarian governance, human rights violations, natural disasters, and environmental deterioration have spiraled into complicated panoramas of widespread human suffering and displacement. On Monday, April 9, Wilkinson College and the Master of Arts in International Studies (MAIS) Program hosted a conference at
In today’s global environment, expertise in international affairs is essential to understanding the contemporary world. The Master of Arts in International Studies is a two-year, full-time, interdisciplinary course of study designed to train students seeking global careers with the U.S. Foreign Service, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), the United Nations (UN), or businesses.
On Wednesday, May 7, 2014, the fourth graduating cohort of the M.A. International Studies program presented their thesis research at the program’s State of Global Affairs Mini Conference. Four panels included topics on issues related to women’s rights; democracy, inclusiveness, and hegemony; social mobilization; and NGOs and Development. Immediately following the mini-conference, the students
The Office of the Chancellor announced the winners of the 2014 James L. Doti Outstanding Graduated Award last week and we are pleased to tell you one of Wilkinson ‘s own, Mr. Thomas Cottam ( Master of International Studies (’14) with particular interests in national security and U.S.-China relations) is one of the lucky recipients.
Chapman University/ Wilkinson College senior, Marvin Garbeh Davis Jr. (’14), recently published a book about his life torn apart by war titled, From Refugee to Prodigy: A Story of Loss, Love and New Life . It is a story of his journey from childhood spent in a refugee camp to becoming an educated member
Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Chapman University presents, Culture and Industry – A German Perspective on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, 12 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. in Beckman Hall 404. Programming and activities scheduled for this day include highlighting the culture of Germany as well as what is referred to as the German
Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences currently offers five master’s level degrees: Master of Arts in English, Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, Dual Degree Program (Master of Arts in English and Master of Arts in Creative Writings), Master of Science in Health and Strategic Communication, and Master of Arts in International Studies.
Learn about Chapman University and the WCHSS Graduate Programs. This information session will consist of a welcome from Dean Fuery and information regarding applying to Chapman University. Then, we will breakout into department specific information sessions and allow for prospective students to ask questions. Learn more …
The third cohort of M.A. International Studies candidates celebrated their graduation with a dinner at OC Mining Company on Monday, May 13, 2013 . The graduates were joined by faculty, family and friends. Valentina Marinac ’13 was the recipient of the Outstanding Academic Achievement award and Karina Macias ’13 was the recipient of the Outstanding
Current students and faculty are working to create a promotional video for the M.A. International Studies program. The video production will be comprised of two parts – in studio recording and footage from fieldwork and international excursions. Chapman University’s Panther Productions will use all the footage to put together the promotional video this fall. The