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International Education Week

International Education Week (IEW) 2017

Friday, Nov, 10
3-4:30 p.m.
Center for Global Engagement (Bemis, Second & Third Floors) 

Center for Global Engagement Open House

Enjoy desserts, meet our team, and tour our spaces. Explore our No Borders virtual reality room and take a trip using Google Earth VR and Google Expeditions. Support Discoveries International by purchasing items from across the world.  

Monday, Nov. 13
8-10 a.m.
Baer Mall (Rain/snow site is Boyle Hall) 

Taste the Varie-Tea

Kick off International Education Week (IEW) with free coffee, tea and hot cocoa. Pick up your IEW schedule of events and learn more about internationalization efforts at SNC.  

Tuesday, Nov. 14
2-2:45 p.m.
Bemis 214 

Study Abroad Misadventures

Canceled flights, lost baggage, missed trains and terror threats. Hear how study abroad students overcame adversity and their own fears to make the most of their time abroad. 

Tuesday, Nov. 14
6-8 p.m.
Campus Center Lounge  

Taste of the World

Sample a diverse menu of foods prepared by international students while listening to music from around the globe. 

Wednesday, Nov. 15
11 a.m.-noon
Todd Wehr Hall Heritage Room (206) 

Council on Foreign Relations: Revolutionary Movements

Jack Goldstone, professor of public policy at George Mason University, will discuss revolutionary movements and international relations via conference call. 

In collaboration with the Norman Miller Center 

Wednesday, Nov. 15
Noon-2 p.m.
Michels Commons Sensenbrenner Room  

Japanese Life, Language, & Culture

Students from Nihon University in Japan will share aspects of Japanese life, language and culture in an interactive poster session. 

Wednesday, Nov. 15
2:30-3:30 p.m.
Mulva 101 

Study Abroad 101 for Faculty & Staff

Get tips on how to best advise students who want to participate in one or more study abroad and off-campus programs.

In collaboration with Academic Advisement 

Thursday, Nov. 16
3-4 p.m.
Bemis 220 & 221 

Mini Language Lessons

Learn words and phrases during 15-minute language lessons in Arabic, Czech, Mandarin, French, Korean and Swahili.   

Thursday, Nov. 16
7-9 p.m.
Luna Cafe  

E. Donald Two-Rivers Night of Poetry

Join us at Luna Cafe for an evening of poetry and prose to celebrate global experiences. The night will feature the work of E. Donald Two-Rivers. Perform your work as part of the open-mic session and the student poetry-slam contest.

Highlighting the Center for Global Engagement's Global Indigenous Forum

All week long
Drop-off locations: Center for Global Engagement, Mulva Library, Campus Center 

Winter Clothing Drive

Community Services Agency Inc. (COMSA) is a nonprofit organization that provides services to the refugee community in northeast Wisconsin. Donate new and gently used winter clothing items (hats, gloves, scarves, coats, boots, sweaters) to support a globally oriented organization in your local community.

Global U-Knighters

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