The Center for International Education will be hosting several events to celebrate International Education Week. International Education Week, Nov. 18-22, is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide.
The Rogalski Center and Cosgrove cafeteria will be decorated with flags throughout the week. Students, staff and faculty are invited to participate in events throughout the week.
Monday thru Thursday
Join us for international meals in the cafeteria and games and activities during lunch. Try your luck at the chopstick challenge; test your knowledge of world flags; have your name written in Arabic or Chinese. Meet international students and staff from the Center for International Education.
Chinese Calligraphy, 3pm, Galvin
Tuesday, Nov. 19
Digital Storytelling Showcase: View a series of short videos created by study abroad alumni to present their experiences in their own words.
4pm, McCarthy Hall 101
Lecture: Esaie Toingar will speak about growing up as a teen soldier during the Chad Civil War of the 1980's
7pm, RC Ballroom
Wednesday, Nov. 20
Brown bag Discussion: "Teaching Non-Native English Speakers in your Classroom"
Noon, RC Gottlieb Conference Room
Information Session: Learn about study abroad opportunities through the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP). Two of our exchange students will share their experience and offer tips to students interested in studying abroad.
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