Carnegie Global Oregon

Carnegie Global Oregon

Carnegie Global Oregon focuses on ethics and the challenges of living in a world marked by complex social, political, and environmental issues. 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.

The Carnegie Global Oregon DEEP-DIVE FIG continues for three terms, and is the only FIG that also has some students in their cohort who are part of an Academic Residential Community (ARC).

Carnegie Global Oregon students will all be enrolled in the same courses. Students who do NOT want to live with the community will sign up through the FIG Program. Students who want to be in the ARC and live together in the residence halls will sign up through Housing. Please note that ARC selection will supersede your housing preferences for special-interest halls and room types. For more information, and instructions on how to apply to be a part of the ARC, visit housing.uoregon.edu/communities

After the fall FIG courses, students enroll in 1-credit seminars in winter and spring to continue exploring the CGO theme. The majority of CGO students remain active in this vibrant learning community throughout their years at the university. This provides a supportive mix for sophomores, juniors, and seniors who meet weekly for class and a meal to explore areas of ethical concern. For more information, visit carnegieglobal.uoregon.edu

Students explore the intersection of topics by taking the following course package:

GEOG 199 College Connections - FIG Seminar, 1-credit

GEOG 341 Population and Environment - CoreEd or major satisfying course, 4-credits

FIG Theme: Passport to World Cultures

passport to world culturesInvestigate life outside the U.S.

 

Flight Path:

Global Connections

Scientific Discovery & Sustainability

Identity, Society, & Public Policy

 

FIG Related Courses

Did you enjoy the topics addressed in your FIG? Continue exploring those topics by registering for one of the following classes:

  • INTL 101: Intro to International Issues
  • ANTH 280: Intro to Language & Culture
  • GEOG 141: Natural Environment
  • ANTH 361: Human Evolution
  • ANTH 314: Gender Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • GEOG 341: Population & Environment
  • PS 106: Power, Politics and Inequality
  • ES 101: Intro to Ethnic Studies
  • LAW 301: Youth and Social Change