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International Education Week 2017, October 23-27

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International Education Week 2017

International Education Week (IEW) celebrates the internationalization and diversity of Illinois State University by highlighting events, programs, and courses that enhance the globalization of our campus. International Education Week 2017 will be celebrated from October 23–27.

This year, IEW will focus on programming from the various colleges within ISU. Each college will present events and activities that promote internationalization efforts within their own classes and programs. These events range from seminars and workshops to RSO-related activities and poster fairs, all working towards the goal of educating ISU students and the local community to be more engaged and informed global citizens.

In addition to the activities planned by each of the colleges, the Office of International Studies and Programs (OISP) will present four additional special events: the Fall Study Abroad Fair, an Etiquette Dinner for International Students (cosponsored with the Career Center), “Meeting a Global Redbird at Watterson,” and visits by international students to local elementary schools.

The week’s events will be kicked off by a faculty/staff appreciation reception organized by OISP. Attached is a detailed schedule of the week’s activities. All students, faculty, and staff are warmly invited to attend these events!

The Office of International Studies and Programs hopes that all of these International Education Week events will serve as a catalyst for year-long programming within colleges and units towards the ultimate goal of campus-wide internationalization.

Featured events

October 23

12:00 p.m.–1:30 p.m. Faculty/Staff Appreciation Reception. Old Main Room, Bone Student Center. (RSVP required).

6:30-7:30 p.m. Panel Discussion: Students’ Global Experiences. Caterpillar Auditorium, State Farm Hall of Business.

7-8 p.m. Lecture: Why Participate in International Immersion Experiences, Especially as a Nurse? Room 103, Nursing Simulation Laboratory.

October 24

11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Panel Discussion: Internationalization. Escalante Room, Vrooman Center.

1–2 p.m. Presentation: Trans-cultural Nursing Experiences. Room 101, Stevenson Hall.

3–5 p.m. Innovation Seminars: Smart Buildings. Hancock Stadium Club, Hancock Stadium.

October 25

10:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Reception: International Interns and Study Abroad Members. Caterpillar Auditorium, State Farm Hall of Business.

Noon–1 p.m. International Seminar Series: Creating Inclusive Conversations about Chocolate Quality with Cacao Producers. Prairie Room, Bone Student Center.

2–4 p.m. Presentation: Internationally Focused Posters and Videos. DeGarmo Hall Overhang (North Side).

6:15–7:30 p.m. Keynote Speech: Global Leadership. Caterpillar Auditorium, State Farm Hall of Business.

October 26

11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. Lunch Talk: Life and Career as a Graphic Designer in Shanghai. Circus Room, Bone Student Center.

1–4 p.m. Study Abroad Fair. Prairie Room, Bone Student Center.

2–3 p.m. Presentation: Study Abroad Experience in Brazil and Russia. Edwards Hall, First Floor.

6–8 p.m. Global Business Trivia Night. Atrium, State Farm Hall of Business.

October 27

10–12 p.m. Lecture: East African Lifestyle Through Music and Dance. Room 116A, Centennial East.

Noon–1:30 p.m. Networking & Etiquette Lunch for International Students. Hancock Stadium Club, Hancock Stadium. (RSVP required).

Daily Events from October 23 to 27

College of Business International Poster Fair. First Floor & Atrium, State Farm Hall of Business.

Mennonite College of Nursing International Poster Fair. Edwards Hall, First Floor.

Meet a Global Redbird. Watterson Dining Commons, 11 a.m.–1 p.m.

International Student Elementary School Visits. Selected K-12 schools.

There are also a number of other international and cultural events taking place during this week that are not formally part of International Education Week. However, the Office of International Studies and Programs would like to encourage all university community members to attend these events as well in support of internationally or culturally-minded campus programming.

For additional information, please contact the Office of International Studies and Programs at (309) 438-5276.

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