Resources

A listing of resources available to educators, students, and community members that include materials related to global issues.

BRICS Today
This page serves as a resource for studying the societies of BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) by combining materials from previous weekend mini-courses. Learn more >
Career Resources
Begin the search for an international career. View information on Gap Year Resources and Teaching English Abroad. Learn more >
Fulbright Hays Group Projects Abroad (GPA) 2014
Background information, lesson plans and curated resources about Jordan and the Middle East, for use in the classroom for social studies, language arts, visual arts, and foreign language instruction. Learn more >
Global Guide
A site to begin the search for scholarships for research and study abroad, volunteer and internship opportunities, and employment in Pittsburgh, the U.S. or abroad. Learn more >
GSC Resource Library
Educators, students, and community members have access to the growing GSC lending library. The collection includes books for all ages; instructional videos; culture kits; films; and other materials related to global issues. A variety of lesson plans can also be downloaded from our Web site for free. Learn more >
Library
Information on the University Library System and global studies research guides. Learn more >
Links
Affiliated centers, programs, and departments at Pitt and elsewhere. Learn more >
Muslims in a Global Context
This page is home to links for previous "Muslims in a Global Context" mini-courses. On these pages we offer the course materials in a structured format for anyone to reference. This collection of pages serves a powerful learning tool for those interested in the topic and will be updated as future workshops transpire. Learn more >
Peace Corps
The long-standing partnership between the Peace Corps and University of Pittsburgh allows recent graduates who want to make a difference in the world volunteer for public service in over 70 countries across the globe. Learn more >
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