Establish yourself as a leader in our global world
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More on the World Leaders Track
The Nebraska Honors World Scholars track provides real-world leading experiences by increasing individual capacity for appreciating human diversity. Students will work on developing essential professional as well as life skills through engaged and rich exposure to cultures, practices, perspectives and interdisciplinary approaches to global problems. World Scholars will employ cross-cultural communication, develop their curiosity about and desire to connect across boundaries, and practice interdisciplinary, critical thought experiments related to global wicked problems.
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A World Leaders Track Podcast
In this podcast from the Arabic Studies Program and the University Honors Program, World Scholars Track students interview community guests to learn from them about their many inspiring contributions, both globally and locally.
Dinner with Mary Pipher
Author | Activist | Clinical Psychologist
Discussion with Xiuhtezcatl Martinez
Indigenous Climate Activist | Hip Hop Artist
Coffee with Doris Kearns Goodwin
Presidential Historian | Author
Discussion with Ann Bancroft
Polar Explorer | Climate Advocate | Philanthropist