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School of International Studies
George Wilson Hall
Kathleen Hastings
School of International Studies
George Wilson Hall
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211

School of International Studies

The School of International Studies (SIS) is Pacific's window to the world. Through international, interdisciplinary and intercultural immersion, we prepare students to succeed in a variety of professions in industry, government, not-for-profit organizations and educational institutions. View our entire course catalog here >>

Daniel O'Neill, Phd, Pokemon Center, Japan
Dr. Daniel O'Neill, international conferences & research

Associate Professor of Political Science, Daniel O'Neill attended the Association of Asian Studies "AAS-in Asia" Conference in Kyoto, Japan. While he was there, he took a side trip to the Pokemon Center.

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Learn more about the School of International Studies

Here's a glimpse at the education you will receive at Pacific's School of International Studies, and how it prepares you for personal and professional success in an increasingly integrated world.

Ahmed Kanna, associate professor of anthropology
Dr. Ahmed Kanna, faculty development leave

Associate Professor of Anthropology, Ahmed Kanna is completing a book proposal and working on a new field research project, based in California's Bay Area, which examines emerging left, particularly socialist, political movements in the United States. 



Students in the School of Inernational Studies attended a forum with a visiting delegation from Myanmar (formerly known as Burma). Jace Sapenter-Nath '20 surprised delegates by speaking to them in their native language. <MORE>


Jackson Stephens, a Senior in the School of International Studies is featured in "The Pacifican" article, Students Share Stories of Education Abroad.  Jackson studied abroad during his junior year in Iringa, Tanzania and Santiago, Chile. <MORE>

SIS student Adam Anderson '18 has been awarded a prestigious Boren scholarship to study Mandarin Chinese. Anderson is a double major in International Relations and the Chinese language, with a minor in economics. His interest in Mandarin Chinese stemmed from the fact that it is becoming an increasingly critical international language. The award will fund a full year of study abroad in Shanghai, China.<MORE>

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Why I chose SIS

Maya Campbell Unsoeld (2012) - Why I chose SIS at Pacific