Join us for our annual Career Workshop Homecoming Saturday, October 13, 2018! It is an opportunity to learn from the experiences of featured alumni speakers and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and conversation with majors and other alumni visiting for Homecoming.
Co-sponsored by the International Studies Program and the International Studies Society.
Each newsletter announces international events in the Cleveland area during a seven-day period and international opportunities with deadlines in the near future. Newsletters are published during the academic year.
Best of luck to program assistant Anna Conboy as she begins a new position in Fairview Hospital administration! Any correspondence with the program office should be directed instead to Jessica Jurcak, email@example.com.
Courses with International Content
Please consult the attached list when scheduling for the fall semester.
April 19, 6:00-8:30p.m., Market Garden Brewery
CCWA will host this world trivia challenge. Individual entries are $35 and four-person team entries are $130.
April 21, 8:00p.m.-1:00a.m., The Spot
Join The International and Multicultural Exchange group to celebrate cultures from around the world. Food and music will be provided.
Earth Day Volunteer Opportunity
April 22, 1:00-4:00p.m., Cleveland Cultural Gardens
Participate in the 2nd annual “Earth Day Community Volunteer Day,” and learn about the history of the Cultural Gardens.
How to Build a Refugee Camp
April 26, 5:30-7:30p.m., John Carroll University
This program will discuss humanitarian laws and the ethics of housing refugees. Student tickets are $5.
MCAA Paper Submission
The Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs is accepting undergraduate submissions until June 15 for three prizes to be awarded at the annual conference October 19-20.
Slow Food Conference Travel Stipend
September 20-24, Turin, Italy
CWRU is offering a travel stipend for undergraduates interested in food movements and food culture to attend the Slow Food International Conference in Italy. Applications are due April 22.
Hungarian Studies Lecture
April 24, 5:00-6:00p.m., Clark 309
Rutgers University History Professor Paul Hanebrink will give a lecture entitled “A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism in Hungary and Eastern Europe.
April 19, 9:00p.m., Cinematheque
April 21, 5:00p.m., Cinematheque
A Swedish musician couple live on a remote Baltic island but cannot escape the effects of a civil war that surrounds them. Age 25 and under tickets are $7.
Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day: Part One
April 20, 7:15p.m., Cinematheque
The first two episodes of a West German television series about a factory worker, his wife, and their family and friends. Age 25 and under tickets are $8.
Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day: Part Two
April 21, 7:05p.m., Cinematheque
Episodes three and four of a West German television series about a factory worker, his wife, and their family and friends. Age 25 and under tickets are $8.
The Virgin’s Bed
April 22, 2:15p.m., Cinematheque
A loose portrayal of the New Testament set during the 1960s political and social unrest in France. Age 25 and under tickets are $8.
Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day: Part Three
April 22, 4:15p.m., Cinematheque
The final episode a West German television series about a factory worker, his wife, and their family and friends. Age 25 and under tickets are $8.
Symphonic Winds and Percussion Concert
April 23, 7:30-9:30p.m., Maltz Performing Arts Center
CWRU Concerto Competition Winner Kieran Aulak performs Brazilian composer Ney Rosauro’s Concerto for marimba and wind ensemble.
Global Art Community Performance
April 20, 5:30-7:30p.m., St. John’s Episcopal Church, 2600 Church Ave.
Artists from the Middle East and Africa will perform spoken word poetry and dance routines.
April 19, 6:45p.m., Cinematheque
April 22, 9:00p.m., Cinematheque
This film by renowned director Abbas Kiarostami is a composition of two dozen vignettes portraying people, animals, and nature. Age 25 and under tickets are $7.
The International Studies Program does not endorse or sponsor the fellowships, internships, jobs, and other opportunities listed in the newsletter. Students are encouraged to evaluate them.