Day of Intersectionality
Celebrate human interconnectedness and acknowledge everyone’s own unique experience at the Day of Intersectionality: October 6.
Ethnic Studies and Gender Studies is searching for an assistant or associate professor in Pacific Islands studies.
Class of 2022 Virtual Yearbook
Congratulations to our latest graduating class! Check out our virtual yearbook for the Class of 2022.
Pacific Islands Studies provides students with integrative learning, training and opportunities to engage with the Indigenous Pacific and the global Pacific Islander diaspora. As part of the Pacific Islands Studies Initiative, the undergraduate certificate, the Summer Bridge program, and the Pasifika Fellows and Ambassadors programs aim to help students grasp a more nuanced understanding of historical and contemporary concerns in Oceania as they relate to diasporic issues locally.
The Pacific Islands Studies Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Certificate provides courses that are designed from an Indigenous Pacific islander perspective. The certificate seeks to compliment any major and minor degrees and will help you fulfill general education requirements and prepare for any career!
Connect with the Pacific Islander community at the U! Whether you are joining as a Pasifika Scholar, Pasifika Ambassador, or enrolling in a Pacific Islands course, the University of Utah offers various opportunities to build skills while working with Pacific Islander professors, community leaders, advisors, and more!
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Pacific Islands Studies