November 12, 2015 Newsletter

If you have not already signed up for an advising meeting with Professor McMann, please do so. She has appointments available on Friday, November 13.  Use the Google Calendar to sign up for an appointment.

All Majors

Careers in International Affairs
For internship and first-job guidance, see Careers in International Affairs, ninth edition, by editors Laura Cressey, et al. on order at Kelvin Smith Library and available from Amazon.

Humanitarian Assistance
November 17, 3:15 pm-7:00 pm, Wolstein Auditorium
Martijn Dalhuijsen of the United Nations Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs will speak at 3:15 pm about humanitarian interventions, deliver remarks at4:30 pm about international aid, and will answer questions at 6:00 pm.

Medical Professional Networking Event
November 16, 6:30 pm, Tinkham Veale, Ballroom A
The medical non-profit Operation Smile will host a networking dinner for undergraduate students to meet University Hospital doctors, nurses, dentists, speech-language pathologists and other health care professionals and to learn about the organization’s work overseas.  Dress is business casual.  Tickets are $5.

“Open Borders?”
November 18, 4:00 pm-5:00 pm, MSASS 115
Student panelists from different campus political organizations will discuss U.S. immigration policy.

Taste of the World
November 18, 5:30 pm-7:30 pm, Fribley Commons
Try food from around the world.  Meal swipe required.

INTL Senior Project Presentations
Best of luck to Jon Foissotte who will present his International Studies senior project on the “War on Terror” at the Political Science Symposium next week in fulfillment of the SAGES capstone requirement.


Diwali Celebration
November 13, 12:00 pm-1:30 pm, Tomlinson Lobby
Sample food and music and enjoy presentations on Indian culture at a Diwali Celebration.  RSVP to Elise Geither at

Youth of the Beast
November 14, 5:00 pm, Cinematheque
This Japanese feature film depicts the adventures of a man who infiltrates two Tokyo gangs and sets them against each other.  Tickets are $8.

Men of the Cloth
November 13, 6:45 pm, Cleveland Museum of Art
November 18, 6:45 pm, Cleveland Museum of Art
This documentary follows the careers of three elderly Italian master tailors in Italy and the U.S.  Tickets are $7.

Kings of the Road
November 14, 8:45 pm, Cinematheque
November 15, 6:30 pm, Cinematheque
Enjoy this road movie through rural West Germany along the East German border.  Tickets are $8.

The Cut
November 15, 3:30 pm
In this feature film, an Armenian father searches for his two daughters in Cuba and the U.S. after the Armenian Genocide.  Tickets are $8.

Latin America
“The U.S. and Cuba”
November 17, 5:30 pm, Union Club
Ambassador Vicki Huddleston will discuss U.S.-Cuban relations.  Tickets for students are $5.