News and Events
"Illustrating the Persian Book: The Happy Marriage of Literary and VIsual Narrative"
A lecture by JOHN RENARD, Ph.D., Department of Theological Studies, SLU
Thursday, September 17th, 2015
With a reception to follow
C.S. Huh Auditorium, Center for Global Citizenship, Frost Campus, Saint Louis University
This lecture is sponsored by the Center for International Studies, the Art History Program of the Fine and Perform- ing Arts Department, the Department of Theological Studies, and the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Saint Louis University.
For more information, contact Dr. Cathleen Fleck, email@example.com
Please help us celebrate the beginning of the school year in welcoming back international studies' students and faculty!
There will be free food, refreshments AND door prizes - all are welcome!
Friday, September 11th
3:30 - 5pm
Suite 124, CGC Seminar Room
International Studies Advisory Board Member Thomas Finan, Ph.D. (Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies) was featured on irishcentral.com about his use of drone technology in his archaeological research in Ireland.
Center for International Studies Advisory Board Member Thomas Finan, Ph.D. (Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies) was mentioned in an Associated Press story about his summer archaeological dig in Ireland that ran on KSDK-TV Ch. 5 and in the Belleville News Democrat, the Daily Reporter, the Daily Journal, Lebanon Daily Record and Small Unmanned Aerial Systems News.
Drone Technology Aids in Discoveries at Medieval Irish Sites
International Studies Advisory Board Member and History professor Tom Finan, Ph.D., and his students used unmanned aerial vehicles during their annual summer archaeological digs and discoveries in Ireland's County Roscommon. Full story
Check out this Budapest Timelapse from SLU student Doug Flaherty during his semester abroad at Pazmany Peter University in Budapest, Hungary.
Congratulations to Nebu Kolenchery who received the Outstanding Senior Award - congratulations, Nebu!
Laura Kromjak, MA, and Visiting Fleming Fellow in the Center for International Studies, was featured in The University News about her research on the impact of trans-generational trauma on the Bosnian community in St. Louis.
International Studies major Lizzie Corcoran was featured in a SLU Newslink story: "The Overground Railroad connects SLU with the community we have been distanced from for so long."
Laura Kromjak, Visiting Fleming Fellow in the Center for International Studies, was interviewed for a KWMU-FM 90.7 article about her research on the impact of trans-generational trauma on the Bosnian community in St. Louis.Congratulations, Laura!