Info Session: Einaudi Center Minors Open House

Stop by the Einaudi Center’s Open House to learn about our minors. Speak with faculty and students about the Migrations minor, the International Relations minor, the Latin American and Caribbean Studies minor, and the European Studies minor. Snacks provided!

Migrations Minor: the Migration Studies Minor is a university-wide, interdisciplinary undergraduate minor that prepares students to understand the historical and contemporary contexts and factors that drive international migration and shape migrant experiences around the globe. This minor draws on the rich course offerings found across the humanities and social sciences at Cornell, and is designed to draw students outside of their major fields and to extend their knowledge beyond a single country. Can’t attend? Contact: [email protected]

International Relations Minor: is the Einaudi Center’s International Relations minor for you? Here’s a chance to find out. In the international relations minor, you study the politics, economics, history, languages, and cultures of the world and gain a fresh perspective on your major field of study. Graduates go on to successful careers in fields like international law, economics, agriculture, trade, finance, journalism, education, and government service. Can’t attend? Contact: [email protected]

Latin American and Caribbean Studies Minor: the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program (LACS) offers an interdisciplinary minor, summer internships, and other funding opportunities. The undergraduate minor spans across disciplines and allows you to explore the history, culture, government, politics, economy and languages of Latin America and the Caribbean. Qualifying courses can be found in almost every college. Can’t attend? Contact: [email protected]

European Studies Minor: through an interdisciplinary curriculum that you can mold to your interests, the European Studies (ES) Minor provides the opportunity to explore Europe’s past, present, and future. Can’t attend? Contact: [email protected]

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