The future of peace in the Middle East and the world depends on access to water and water management. While water security is a complex issue, there are numerous examples of teamwork and work toward fair solutions. A May 28-29 gathering at UNL aims to examine those issues and lend insight into how water security will affect global political and cultural discourse in the future.
The Global Studies Program
It’s a small world. Make it even smaller.
In UNL’s Global Studies program, we produce well-rounded, international citizens capable of navigating, translating, doing business, and improving conditions across borders, oceans, and cultures.
We prepare our students to not only excel in an increasingly connected, complex and ever-changing world, but to change it for the better.
In UNL’s top-notch facilities and our tight-knit classes, and by getting involved in study groups and the E.N. Thompson lecture series, our students become part of a dynamic community of impact makers and lifelong travelers.
They gain unique perspective and broad knowledge of peoples, places and practices by experiencing them firsthand. Here, education abroad isn’t an option — it’s a requirement.
Our graduates speak at least two languages, and work in places such as the American Embassy and for state senators on international operations. They make names for themselves around the globe.
Let curiosity move you.
How to Apply
Start your story at the College of Arts & Sciences. With more than 30 majors in the college alone, specialized programs of study to match any interest area, the opportunity for hands-on experience through our nationally-acclaimed undergraduate research program, and a campus located at the heart of an innovative college community of more than 250,000 people, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers the ideal Big Ten collegiate experience for students at an affordable cost.Apply Now