International Education Week Calendar

October 26-30, 2015 IEW 15

IEW Calendar of Events 2015


Monday October 26, 2015

International Foods Night, Reisner Dining Hall, 4-7 p.m.

Nine different food stations will feature ethnic foods from all over the world. The dinner meal must be purchased upon entrance into Reisner. Students may use their meal plan or you can pay at the door ($9.70 for members of the Ship community & general public). Hosted by Chartwells Dining Services.

Tuesday October 27, 2015

Immersion Afternoon, Rowland Hall Rooms 100, 101, 103, 106, 117, 200, 209, 3:30-4:45 p.m.

Spend an afternoon experiencing world cultures. Language, culture, food and fun await you! Have you ever wanted to learn about various countries in Latin America, Spain, France, Haiti, China, Germany, Morocco, and more? Come and interact with faculty and students who are experts on these countries. We will also have a World Languages Karaoke Jam. International food will be served. Hosted by the Department of Modern Languages.

Peace Corps Presentation, Career Center, Ceddia Union Building Room 104, 5 p.m.

The Peace Corps offers a unique experience to make a difference around the world and bring the benefits of that experience back home. The personal and professional rewards of Peace Corps service last a lifetime. Join us to learn about the process of applying to the Peace Corps and the benefits of serving. Hosted by the Career Center.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Study Abroad Fair, Ceddia Union Building, MPR Room A, 1-4 p.m.

Ever think about studying abroad? Students are encouraged to attend the Study Abroad Fair to gather materials and information about opportunities for overseas study, internships, or volunteerism. Representatives from outside programs as well as fellow Ship students who have studied abroad will be present to answer questions. Hosted by the Office of International Programs.

International Film, Juan of the Dead, "Juan de los Muertos", President’s Hall MPR, 7:00 p.m.

Juan is 40 years old, most of which he spent in Cuba doing absolutely nothing. Suddenly some strange things start to happen, people are turning violent attacking one to the other. Juan was first convinced it’s just another stage of the Revolution. Official media refer to the attacks as isolated incidents provoked by Cuban dissidents paid by the US government. Little by little Juan and his friends start to realize that the attackers are not normal human beings and that killing them is quite a difficult task. Juan decides that the best way of facing the situation is making some money out of it…..Sponsored by the Department of International Studies and the Office of Housing and Residence Life.

Thursday October 29, 2015

International Flag Discussion FORUM, Orndorff Theater, Ceddia Union Building Room 105, 3:30 p.m.

What’s in the meaning of a flag? The international flag display on the Library Quad represents the diverse nations where students, staff and faculty we have at Ship originate. Please join us for a discussion with student representatives to learn what their home flag means to them. Moderated by Dr. Sean Cornell, Associate Professor of Geography and Earth Science.

Study Abroad Panel: Where Did You Go, What Did You Do & Would You Do It Again? Orndorff Theater, CUB, 5 p.m.

Students will discuss their personal overseas study and travel experiences to countries including the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jordan, and as well as throughout Europe. Moderated by Dr. Gretchen Pierce, Associate Professor of History and Dr. Mark Sachleben, Associate Professor of Political Science

International Flag Display on the Library Quad has been created by 5th grade students Grace B. Luhrs Elementary School under the direction of Dr. Sean Cornell, Associate Professor of Geography/Earth Science.

All events are open to SHIP students, faculty, staff and the local community. There is no charge for events unless otherwise noted. International Education Week is sponsored by Center for Global Education: International Studies & International Programs.

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Sit in a Language Class

Interested in learning a language but haven’t been able to commit to an entire semester of study? Sitting in on a language class is a perfect way to decide if enrolling in a course would be the right fit for you. Hosted by the Department of Modern Languages.

International Flag Display on the Library Quad has been created by 5th grade students from Grace B. Luhrs Elementary School under the direction of Dr. Sean Cornell, Associate Professor of Geography/Earth Science.

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