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Upcoming Event

Prospective International Studies majors and current majors are invited to join the director of the program and a study abroad advisor to learn and share information about the International Studies major.

Please RSVP here to let program assistant Brook Sabin, brook.sabin@case.edu, know which event you plan to attend by noon on Wednesday, October 24.

International Studies Breakfast
Thursday, October 25
8:45-9:45am
Mather House 100

 

International Studies Dessert
Thursday, October 25
4-5pm
Mather House 100

 

October 11, 2018 Newsletter

 

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.

 

All Majors

International Studies Career Workshop
October 13, 4:00-6:00p.m., Student Organization Center, TVUC Student Organization Center
See you there!  If you have not already done so, please RSVP here.

US Together
UST is an immigrant and refugee services organization. They are currently seeking two interns. Interested students can apply here.

“All About Research Abroad” Information Session
October 11, 4-5pm, Tomlinson Hall, Room 135
This panel discussion of students aims to assist other students in identifying potential research opportunities abroad. RSVP here.

Immersion: One Night for One World
October 11, 6-9pm, Ariel International Center, Skyline Lake Room, 1163 E 40th St
International Partners in Mission is hosting an evening of food, music, and dancing to celebrate global partnerships building justice, peace, and hope. Admission for students is $20.

The Quest for Environmental and Climate Justice
October 16, 4:30-5:30pm, Tinkham Veale University Center Ballroom A
Professor Robert Bullard will discuss the need for effective disaster management strategies for vulnerable populations who experience the earliest effects of climate change. Event is free, registration is required.

Public Policy and International Affairs Junior Summer Institute
To be completed the summer before your Senior year, this 7-week summer program helps to prepare students for a Masters’ or joint degree. Summer 2019 applications are due November 1.

Critical Language Scholarship Program
This is an intensive language and cultural immersion program that allows students to pick 1 of 15 languages to study overseas. Applications are due November 27.

The Samuel Huntington Public Service Award
Graduating college seniors can apply for a $15,000 stipend to pursue a year of public service anywhere in the world. Application is due January 18, 2019.

Rumi Forum Internships
Rumi Forum is offering unpaid, flexible internships this spring. Contact internships@rumiforum.org for more information.

Cleveland Council on World Affairs Internships
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Volunteer for MedWish International
MedWish repurposes discarded medical supplies to developing countries, and relies on volunteers to sort supplies. Contact Caley Haehn with questions: volunteer@medwish.com or 216-692-1685.

 

Africa

French Professional Diplomas
Complete an exam to earn a professional diploma in French language for business, health, or international relations.  Contact your CWRU French language professor for additional information.

 

Asia

JET Program
The JET Program offers post-graduate job opportunities in Japan. Numerous INTL alumni have participated in this program. Applications accepted this fall.

Bridging Scholarships
Students studying abroad in Japan in Spring 2019 are eligible for travel and living expense assistance through this scholarship. The deadline to apply is October 11.

 

Europe

French Professional Diplomas
Complete an exam to earn a professional diploma in French language for business, health, or international relations.  Contact your CWRU French language professor for additional information.

Caesarism
October 12, 12:30-1:30pm, Mather House 100
Classics professors Timothy Wutrich and Rachel Sternberg will draw parallels between President Trump and populism in Ancient Rome and Greece.

Scenes from a Marriage (Part 1)
October 13, 6pm, Cinematheque
This Swedish miniseries follows a couple through their failing marriage. Tickets are $7 for age 25 and under.

Promise at Dawn
October 13, 9pm, Cinematheque
This film follows the life of French writer Romain Gary. Tickets are $9 for age 25 and under.

Scenes from a Marriage (Part 2)
October 14, 3:30pm, Cinematheque
This Swedish miniseries follows a couple through their failing marriage. Tickets are $7 for age 25 and under.

 

Middle East

Truman and Israel
October 11, 7pm, The Temple-Tifereth Israel, Temple-Tifereth Israel, 26000 Shaker Blvd, Beachwood
Professor Robert Watson tells the story of Harry Truman and the birth of Israeli statehood. Nonmember cost is $25.

No Date, No Signature
October 11, 8:35pm, Cinematheque
October 14, 6:30pm, Cinematheque

An Iranian medical examiner comes across the body of a boy whose life he may have been able to save. Tickets are $7 for age 25 and under.

Israel’s Changing Story
October 17, 7pm, Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
Brian Amkraut will discuss shifting depictions of the relationship between Jewish people and Israel. Nonmember tickets are $10.

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.

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