Student Spotlight: Iman Zarlons

Iman Zarlons

Congratulations to Iman Zarlons for winning the top prize of the Asian Studies Award at the Undergraduate Research Symposium for her project, “Crazy Indonesia: Examining the Transnational Success of Indonesian Exploitation Film.” Iman is a Cinema Studies major with a double minor in Global Health and Southeast Asian Studies.

Explore Cinema Studies Fall Term 2023

Explore cinema studies fall term 2023

Interested in learning more about the Cinema Studies major? Explore CINE's fall term CORE ED courses below. Cinema Studies offers many courses that are open to all majors and satisfy Core Ed requirements. Already a Cinema Studies major? Learn more about the interesting TOPICS courses offered fall term below. CINE Majors: Please visit the course list page for the complete list of fall courses and how they satisfy the major.

Did You Know? Cinema Studies now offers both B.A. and B.S. degree options! Cinema Studies is building connections across new disciplines and is now offering both a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree option to engage with students wherever their academic training is taking them. Whether you're an IRES major, business major, or studying in a STEM field, consider Cinema Studies as a double major to tell your story at the intersection of science and cinema. To declare the major, simply submit the brief online form. 

Cinema Studies is Now Hiring for the Equipment Room for Fall 2023

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The student Equipment Monitor works in the Cinema Studies Equipment Room located in 18 Knight Library. Their primary duties are checking in and out equipment to student equipment users. The Equipment Monitor’s other responsibilities include routine cleaning, trouble shooting equipment issues, interpreting policies, and other routine duties.

Apply by 9:00 am Wednesday, May 24, 2023

Knight-Hennessy Scholarship and Application Support

Applications Due: October 2023

The Knight-Hennessy awards full funding to study at Stanford University. You can pursue any graduate degree at Stanford, and this scholarship is open to all academic fields and degree types (JD, MA, MBA, MD, MFA, MS, DMA, and PhD). They are looking for students who are independent thinkers, display purposeful leadership, and have a civic orientation. All current UO Juniors graduating next academic year are eligible to apply. 

The Office of Distinguished Scholarships is available to provide support to students applying for the scholarship.


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