At Lake Forest College, our students and faculty approach global issues like war and peace, development and underdevelopment, and imperialism and national self-determination with an interdisciplinary approach.
Through study in politics, history, economics, sociology, psychology, and foreign languages, our students prepare for positions in U.S. national government and the national governments of other countries, and with inter-governmental institutions, non-governmental institutions, and business enterprises.
Fatima Rahman, assistant professor of politics and chair of Islamic World Studies, calls on Muslims to reject extremism in the name of their faith. She was interviewed by Daily North Shore, by Steve Sadin.
Notes from Abroad is a new feature on the Off-Campus Programs website, in which we highlight small snippets of a student’s experience. This week’s feature is from Casey Hartfiel ’17, an Economics and International Relations major currently studying abroad in Salzburg, Austria.