In a world that continues to grow and establish interconnectedness within various cultures and across multiple countries the idea of International Education has proved itself a pertinent matter to be informed in. Whether one has studied abroad, become proactively involved in international initiatives or simply taken a history course it is evident that the world is overwhelmingly interdependent and that we have global neighbors that should not be forgotten or displaced.
Join Chapman University in celebrating International Education week between November 2nd and 7th to show support for your International neighbors and quench that thirst for International understanding. We have ongoing events throughout the week that will showcase various cultures and highlight the importance and relevance of international education through presentations, group dialogues, food, art and photography exhibits, and presentations. You do not want to miss out on this celebration of culture and of the richness that is International Education.
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International education is for everyone: A video highlighting the beauty of an international experience.
See the list below for all of the IEW events:
Angels from the private collection of Donna Ford Attallah ’61 and the Angel Series of paintings by Isa D’Arleans located @ Doy and Dee Henley Reading Room, 2nd floor Leatherby Libraries at Chapman University. Exhibit Dates: August 28th–November 8th, 2015
A Country Called Syria: An exhibit illustrating different foods, attires, trades, cities, and contributions of Syria @ Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections Leatherby Libraries 4th floor. Archives Exhibit Dates: August 31st – December 15th, 2015
Family Pre-Departure Meeting for Spring 2016: Are your parents nervous about you studying abroad this upcoming Spring? Well you should definitely check this out! Beckman 404 6:00pm
International Food Fair: Come taste various cuisines! Food and food and more food! Yumm. In the Piazza 12:00-1:00pm
Through my Eyes: A Foreign Lens: Take a look at study abroad alumni’s photos and enjoy guest speakers, Karyn Plannett ’70 and Geoff Thompson, talking on photography and studying abroad – AF 201 5:00-6:00pm
First Year Associates Program: Learn about global education opportunities and hear from alumni talking about their experiences abroad – Henley Hall 5:30-6:30pm
Windows of the World: International and domestic students at Chapman will discuss commonalities and differences of a theme chosen by students. Students will feel a greater sense of community and learn from the perspectives of others. All students interested in learning about other cultures are invited. Location: TBD @ 12:00pm
Lessons from Abroad: Come learn how to integrate your international experience within your academic, personal, and professional lives. You don’t want to miss this! – UC Riverside
Hope to see you there!