Alumna leads effort at civil rights museum
Tracy Lauritzen Wright (’93) is a museum director at the Memphis museum that occupies the Lorraine Motel, where Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. Read more.
NWU Global Studies is all about crossing borders. That begins on campus by crossing the boundaries between academic departments. NWU Global Studies gives you the variety of perspectives you need for a fuller understanding of the world we share.
You’ll add experience through study abroad, language learning and service as well as through Nebraska Wesleyan’s diverse forum speakers, campus events and student groups.
Global Studies majors and minors choose from these areas of emphasis:
NWU Global Studies requires modern language study as well as international experiences.
Global studies is a popular choice among NWU students pursuing multiple majors. An emphasis on global perspectives pairs well with every professional field in our globalized economy.
NWU Global Studies adds direct value to people pursuing careers in international business, foreign policy or trade, education and health care, just to name a few fields.
With NWU Global Studies, you can show your employer that you are more than specialized. You’ll see how your work fits a global picture.
NWU Global Studies professors come from NWU programs in anthropology, art, biology, English, gender studies, history, modern languages, physics, political science, religion, sociology and theatre.
Stephanie Loos, Staff Assistant
Old Main, Room 102
Lincoln, NE 68504
sloos [at] nebrwesleyan.edu