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Find out all of your study abroad options at this information session geared toward Potter College and University College Students!
Learn how to pronounce some common names of students from the Middle East in the first of three workshops. Sponsored by ISO.
Learn how study abroad alumni have adjusted to life after returning to the United States, how their experiences have changed them, and how they are currently using their study abroad experience.
Join us to learn how study abroad alumni have adjusted to life after returning to the United Sates, how their experiences have changed them, and how they are currently using their abroad experience.
Put your knowledge to the test! The College of Education and Behavioral Sciences is hosting an International Quiz Bowl. Participate in this team-based quick recall tournament to earn some prizes and, of course, bragging rights.
The Department of Modern Languages is hosting an International Film Fest in honor of International Education Week! Join us in Cherry Hall any night this week to enjoy a different foreign film.
Monday: Assal Eswad (Black Honey) introduced by Professor David DiMeo
Tuesday: American Dreams in China introduced by Professor Ke Peng
Wednesday: Intouchables introduced by Professor Karin Egloff
Thursday: Pane e Tulipani (Bread and Tulips) introduced by Fulbright instructor Paola Mannarelli
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