Professor Parsons, Professor Jensen, and Professor Garb are looking for undergraduate research assistants for the 2012-13 academic year. All positions are for 3 credits/semester.
Ethan Lynch, an IAS major in the class of 2013, recently received two prestigious national awards
The Washington University International Review, IAS's new undergraduate-run online publication, recently released its inaugural collection of undergraduate research.
Congratulations to Lian States and Rachel Zemke, the 2012 thesis award winners in IAS!
Congratulations to the graduating IAS majors who have received Fulbright grants for the 2012-2013 school year!
Consider one of these brand-new IAS courses for fall 2012!
The newest IAS major concentration is now open for enrollment! This concentration focuses on the social, cultural, and economic interconnections among the peoples of Eurasia.
Washington University staff and faculty are invited to apply to the Global Diversity Overseas Seminars Program, funded by the Provost’s Advisory Committee for Diversity and Inclusion.
Working collaboratively and across a range of disciplines in the social sciences and humanities, we work to identify the boundaries, both old and new and within and between states, that shape and define human society in the twenty-first century.