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Join the Oklahoma State University School of Global Studies for coffee and conversation with Kristin Stewart, U.S. Department of State Diplomat in Residence for the Central region.

Kristin has served in diplomatic assignments in Iraq, Panama, Senegal, Nicaragua, Mexico, Colombia and numerous other countries. She will give a brief overview of her duties with the State Department as well as answer any questions students, faculty and staff have about working in the diplomatic relations field.

Those looking to work in diplomatic relations or governmental agencies are especially encouraged to attend.

Coffee and donuts will be provided.

Fulbright Information

Graduating seniors and graduate students can apply for a Fulbright grant to study, research or teach English classes abroad for a year!

Grant benefits include round-trip transportation to more than 140 host countries as well as health benefits.  

Application Timeline

Application opens
April 2

Campus deadline
Mid-September (interview)

Online Application Deadline
Oct. 9

2019 Information Sessions

Monday, April 8
4 p.m. - 106A CLB

Wednesday, April 10
9:30 a.m. - 106A CLB

Friday, April 12
4 p.m. - 106A CLB

For more information, contact:

Dr. Dale Lightfoot
(405) 744-6250
d.lightfoot@okstate.edu 

International Flags

Did you know that the flags flown in front of the Wes Watkins Center and in the International Mall represent the home countries of international OSU students? The flags are changed about every two weeks. International flags are housed and cared for in the Wes Watkins Center. A U.S. Flag is always flown in both locations. 

The flags flying in front of the Wes Watkins Center this week represent the countries that showcase OSU's heritage of international developlment projects.  

Wes Watkins Center

  • Pakistan
  • Ethiopia
  • Colombia
  • Slovakia
  • U.S. 

If you would like to know more about the flag program, contact  Jim Shideler