Carnegie Global Oregon

Classes in Carnegie Global Oregon: ANTH 161 (World Cultures), GEOG 142 (Intro to Human Geography), and GEOG 199 (College Connections)
Carnegie Global Oregon is a FIG that is also residential as an ARC that lasts throughout freshman year. This FIG partners with the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs as we explore human rights in the United States and around the world.

College Connections Faculty: Shaul Cohen

Photo of College Connections faculty for Carnegie Global Oregon, Shaul Cohen.

Dr. Shaul Cohen is an Associate Professor in the Geography Department, serves as the Co-Director of the UO Peace Studies program, holds a Global Ethics Fellowship from the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Relations, and acts as Director of the Global Oregon Learning Community on campus. In addition to the classes he teaches in geography, he also teaches classes in the Robert D. Clark Honors College and the School of Law.

FIG Assistant: Momo Wilms-Crowe

FIG Assistant bio coming soon!

Summer Assignment & Related Courses coming by July 2017!