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Recent articles:

Family History Inspires International Experience

Serving the Greater Good

An American in Sweden — Dr. Steven Burg receives Fulbright grant

Goldbach receives Fulbright award for teaching assistantship in Malaysia


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Contact Information

CUB 221-B 
Phone: 717-477-1907
Email: ism@ship.edu  

Dr. Jonathan Skaff 
Director of International Studies
MW 1:15-3:30 (CUB 221-B)
TTh 1-1:45 (DHC 215)
and by appointment

Cathy Mills
Secretary
Dean's Office (DHC 225)
M-F 8-4:30
717-477-1151  x3210
cjmills@ship.edu 

Carolyn Seibert-Drager
Student Assistant
CUB 221-C 
MW 9-2, F 9-12



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14th annual International Studies Film Series

"The Constant Gardener"

Thursday, May 1, 2014, at 6:30 p.m.

Dauphin Humanities Center 051

Set in Kenya, the 2005 Academy Award®-winning drama “The Constant Gardener” stars Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz. It was nominated for four Oscars®, with Weisz winning for best supporting actress. It is based on a novel by John Le Carré.

Fiennes plays Justin Quayle, a British diplomat whose wife, Tessa (Weisz), a social justice activist, is murdered. Justin is determined to find her killer, but soon runs up against a corporation that is using Kenyans to test a tuberculosis drug with known harmful side effects, with no regard for their subjects’ well-being.

The film is the last in the SU International Studies Program’s 14th annual film series. This year's theme is "Pot, Penicillin and the Pill: A Global View of Drugs."


Department of Modern Languages' fifth Biennial Conference

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Rowland and Shearer halls

This year's theme is "The Evolving Landscape of Language, Culture and Power." The guest speaker is Dr. Scott McGinniss, academic adviser for the Defense Language Institute in Washington, D.C. For a complete schedule of speakers and presentations, visit the Modern Languages Department website.