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Where do IS Majors end up?
Learn from UW-Madison alumni who are employed in various industries and employment sectors within Wisconsin and throughout the nation about how they have used their International Studies Major. The IS major has contacted over 2500 alumni, and the data below contains the following information:
List of employers
Employment status overview
Employment by sector
IS Major Graduates Profile Sector Employment Private Sector: Public Sector:
Third Sector: The 2015 Graduates Profile Alumni Q&A
What were the resources that were helpful in your transition to graduate school or career?
Careers in Political Science Class
L&S Career Services
Internship and Career Planning Course on campus
School of Journalism and Mass Communication career services
Networks made through student organizations
Connections with professors
Law School Counselor
UW in DC internship program
Center for Pre-Health Advising
2. What were the areas of your IS Major that were valuable in your post- graduation transition and career path?
Writing and critical thinking skills developed in classes
Join us on Wednesday, February 21 (12-1:30pm) in 336 Ingraham Hall to discuss: Factors to consider when choosing a Study Abroad program How to choose courses that count towards major requirements Creating and understanding a …
By Natasha Kassulke, email@example.com Thirty-five of the University of Wisconsin–Madison faculty have been awarded fellowships from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education for 2023-24. The awardees span the four divisions on …
Associate Professor of Political Science and International Studies Erica Simmons had her research about the links between identity and social movements in Latin America featured in the College of Letters and Science magazine. For the …