International Education Week Events
A list of events sponsored by the Center for International Affairs and its partners in celebration of International Education Week.
Listen to messages about International Education Week from Secretary Arne Duncan of the Department of Education and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Monday, November 12
Lobby,Tomlinson Hall, 12 - 3 p.m.
Take a break from studying and come by the Center for International Affairs as we celebrate International Education Week. Donuts and beverages will be served.
Faculty Happy Hour
Lobby, Tomlinson Hall, 4 - 5:30 p.m.
Stop by the 1st Floor of Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing to see a display highlighting their international student population.
Tuesday, November 13
Information SEsson: 3 credit Study Abroad Course to Guatemala for Spring Break
Room 320A, MSASS, 12:45 - 1:45 p.m.
Learn more about 3 Credit Study Abroad Course to Guatemela for Spring Break offered through the International Programs at the Mandel School of Applied Social Science. Please join us as participants from last year's course present about their experience, meet the faculty who go each year, learn about what others have done and what you can be doing this spring break! Light refreshments provided.
For more information please contact Debby Jacobson, PhD email@example.com For information about all MSASS 3 Credit study abroad courses to Guatemala: Child Welfare, Poland: InvisibleGroups, Netherlands: Social Justice or Mental Health and India visit: http://msass.case.edu/international Courses are open to all undergraduate (all majors),graduate students (all programs) alumni/ professionals in health and human service fields, offer credit towards Global and Cultural Diversity, and Financial aid may be applied toward travel costs.
Sponsored by LINK (Local International Konnections)
Boren Campus Visit
Room 239, Tomlinson Library, 5 p.m.
Wednesday, November 14
Faculty Fulbright Panel
Lobby, Tomlinson Hall, 3:30 to 5 p.m.
Scholars will present on their Fulbright awards and entertain questions about their experiences and the application process. Light appetizers will be served.
Elliot Posner, France Associate Professor of Political Science
Marilyn Lotas, Lebanon PHD, RN, Associate Professor in the School of Nursing; BSN Program Director
Michael Goldberg, Vietnam Adjunct professor, co-founder of the Bridge Investment Fund; Adjunct Professor, Department of Banking and Finance, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Re- serve University
Information Session: Alternative Spring Break Nicaragua
Room, 435, Sears Building, 5 p.m.
Thursday, November 15
Stuy Abroad Uncensored
Lobby,Tomlinson Hall, 1 - 2 p.m.
Get study abroad advice from the experts – students who already have studied abroad! All students are welcome to attend and ask whatever study abroad-related questions are on their minds.
The Universal Language of Poetry & the Arts: Celebrating Culture From Around the World
Thwing Atrium, 7 p.m.
Everyone is international so come to the coffeehouse of culture & enjoy students sharing their cultural heritage through poetry and the arts.
Co-sponsored by Share the Vision and UPB
Friday, November 16
Thanksgiving Dinner with the International Club & International Student Services (ISS)!
310 Nord Hall, 7 p.m.
Enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner of turkey, pumpkin pie and much more with the International Club and the Office of International Student Services! Tickets will be sold in ISS during normal business hours (8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.) starting November 5. Tickets will also go on sale in Nord starting November 12. Pricing is $5 for graduate students and others, $3 for undergraduates and $1 for children seven years old and younger. This is a sell-out event, so get your tickets early!
Co-sponsored by the International Club and USG
Saturday, November 17
Thwing Ballroom, 5 p.m.
Celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights, at Tarang. Delicious Indian food, music, dance & "masti" will be showcased. You don't have to be Indian to attend!
Sponsored by Satrang