Faiza Raja, a senior psychology major, will serve as the student speaker for the BSOS Winter Commencement ceremony on December 20. Click to read more about her journey to graduation and where she's headed next. Congratulations, Faiza, and the winter class of 2017!
The Honorable John Berry - former U.S. Ambassador to Australia and BSOS alum - recently visited College Park for lunch. Jake Shapiro, GVPT '18, reflects back on the thought-provoking event. Read his blog post here.
The College of Behavioral & Social Sciences, Office of International Affairs, Global Fellows, and the Robert H. Smith School of Business co-sponsored the event.
The Dean’s Student Advisory Council (DSAC) is an undergraduate committee that provides a forum for the exchange of information and discussion of matters pertinent to the undergraduate experience. Click here to meet the 2017-2018 DSAC Members!
BSOS undergraduate students are invited to apply for fellowships in the Center for the Study of Business Ethics, Regulation & Crime (C-BERC). The fellowships include a $500 annual stipend. All students interested in corporate crime, compliance, financial regulation, forensic accounting, business ethics are encouraged to learn more and to apply!
The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences is proud to introduce its Ambassadors for Fall 2017. BSOS Ambassadors are leaders in the college who represent BSOS at campus events and help recruit incoming freshmen. Click here to meet the BSOS Ambassadors for the fall 2017 semester!
Launched in fall 2016, the new concentration is ideal for students who are interested in exploring the causes of war, the workings of international organizations, the complexities of international negotiations, and the politics of foreign economic policy and economic development.