ICGC Digest 1.24.17

The ICGC Digest is a weekly report of ICGC community events and news.

What's Below:

Click HERE to view ICGC's upcoming events for Spring 2017
 

  • ICGC Brown Bag 1.27: "Settler Science, Sugar Beets, and "American Land" in Southeastern Colorado" Bernadette Perez, Department of History 
  • ICGC Co-Sponsored Event 2.10: "Black Market Capital: Shadow Economies and Urban Politics in Mexico City" Andrew Konove, University of Texas San Antonio 
  • Funding Opportunities 
  • ICGC Scholar Moving - Furniture for Sale
  • Global Health Case Competition Final Presentations 1.28

ICGC Events 

1.27.17  ~ Noon ~ 537 Heller Hall

Settler Science, Sugar Beets, and "American Land" in Southeastern Colorado 

Presented by: Bernadette Perez, Department of History 

2.10.17  ~ 3:30pm ~ 122 Folwell Hall 
Black Market Capital: Shadow Economies and Urban Politics in Mexico City 
Presented by: Andrew Konove, University of Texas at San Antonio, Department of History 

Funding Opportunites


  • IPID Travel Grants How-To Session
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
                        4pm, Humphrey Room 25
For undergraduate, masters, and PhD students in international development
  • Rose Travel Fellowship for Research in Asia: Interested graduate students: Contact all@umn.edu 
  • Post-Doc: Critical Architecture and Urbanism - Mellon Foundation Masters and Doctoral - contact icgc@umn.edu for more information



For more information, see the ICGC website


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