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Mandel Center for the HumanitiesThe International and Global Studies (IGS) Program is located in the Rabb Graduate Center, Room 360. Get directions to our offices and the Brandeis campus.

Mailing Address

International and Global Studies Program
MS 092
Brandeis University
415 South Street
Waltham, MA 02453

781-736-2615

Faculty

Chandler Rosenberger
Chandler Rosenberger
Associate Professor of International and Global Studies and Sociology
Program Chair and Undergraduate Advising Head
781-736-2683 Rabb Graduate Center, 365

Spring 2021 Office Hours Wednesday 1pm-3pm | Sign up to meet with me

Elanah Uretsky
Elanah Uretsky
Associate Professor of International and Global Studies
Undergraduate Advisor, International and Global Studies
781-736-2639 Rabb Graduate Center

 Spring 2021 Office Hours Thursday 1pm-3pm | Sign up to meet with me

Lucy Goodhart
Lucy Goodhart
Lecturer in International and Global Studies and Politics
Study Abroad Liaison, International and Global Studies
781-736-2742 Rabb Graduate Center

Spring 2021 Office Hours Fridays 10am-12pm | Sign up to meet with me

Staff

Jazz Dottin
Jazz Dottin
Program Administrator
781-736-2615 Rabb Graduate Center, 360

Undergraduate Departmental Representatives

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Siyu Duan ’21

I am a senior double majoring in IGS and Economics. I am especially interested in exploring equitable and sustainable economic frameworks for international development, as well as understanding how social and cultural practices among people with different backgrounds can be used to facilitate intercultural communications. Outside of being an UDR, I worked as an undergraduate research intern in Roland Berger strategy consulting company in Shanghai, China. For this past summer, I participated in a marketing analysis program in Publicis Groupe (China) which helped enterprises to optimize and improve their current marketing strategies. If you are interested in any fields mentioned above, don't hesitate to contact me and I am more than happy to give you my advice!

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Kate Ross ’21

I am a senior double majoring in IGS and HSSP with a minor in Economics. I am interested in global health and am applying to be a Peace Corps Health Volunteer. I have been working with Dr. Uretsky for the past year on research related to East and West African migrants in Guangzhou China. Outside of being a UDR, I am very involved in music ensembles on campus: Wind Ensemble, Top Score, and MAD Band. Two summers ago (Summer 2019) I studied abroad with CET Academic programs in Taipei, Taiwan, and interned at Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party during the country's presidential election. This past summer I worked with Love4Bukwo Hospital in order to bring accessible healthcare to the communities in Bukwo, Uganda, and nearby towns in Kenya. If you have any interest or questions about the above activities in East Asia or East Africa, feel free to contact me!

Sissel Tan
Sissel Tan ’21

I am a senior double majoring in IGS and Sociology with a minor in Economics. I am really interested in international law and economics; I am currently the president of Global China Connection and Senator of 2021 in the Student Union. I once interned in Shenzhen OCT as an event-planner and last summer I have also worked in Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration as a secretary assistant. If any of your students have relevant interests and are also interested in cross-cultural politics study, feel free to contact me and I am always available to give out advice.