September 29, 2016 Newsletter

All Majors

International Studies Career Workshop
October 15, 4:00-6:00p.m., Mather House 100
Where to intern?  How to find a first job?  Is graduate school a good idea?  How to choose a career?  Alumni Jane Kaminski and John Drennan will provide advice.  Read their biographies and event details here. Co-sponsored by the International Studies Student Group. RSVP to Anna Conboy.

National Fellowships and Scholarships
September 29, 1:00-2:00p.m., Sears 341A
Learn about the requirements and processes for the Boren, Fulbright, and other prestigious awards at this information session

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Internship
Part-time internships are available for students interested in global security, international relations, and nonprofit management.

Boren Awards for International Study
Apply for funding to study less commonly taught languages in world regions critical to U.S. interests. The deadline is November 15.

The Debate Over Immigration
October 3, 12:00-1:30p.m., TVUC Ballroom C
Join this dialogue about who gets to live the American Dream.


What’s Next for the British Labour Party?
September 30, 12:30-1:30p.m., Dampeer Room KSL
Learn about the recent divide in the British Labour Party and what it means for British politics.

Cleveland Italian Film Festival
September 22-October 13
Italian award-winning films will be shown every Thursday at 7:30p.m. at the Cedar Lee Theater, Capitol Theatre, and Atlas Cinemas Eastgate.

October 1, 8:45p.m., Cinematheque
October 3, 6:45p.m., Cinematheque
A country and city girl fall in love in 1970s France. Tickets for individuals aged 25 and under are $7.

The Magic Flute
October 2, 3:00p.m., Cinematheque
The film version of Mozart’s opera follows a princess captured by a sorcerer. Tickets for individuals aged 25 and under are $7.

Les Cowboys
October 2, 6:30p.m., Cinematheque
A father sets out to find his runaway daughter. Tickets for individuals aged 25 and under are $7.

Dekalog: Nine & Ten
October 1, 6:25p.m., Cinematheque
October 2, 8:35p.m., Cinematheque
Based on the Ten Commandments, the last two films of this Polish series depict a man who spies on his wife, and two brothers obsessed with a stamp collection. Tickets for individuals aged 25 and under are $7.


Scholarships for Study Abroad in Japan
Apply by October 10 for Spring 2017 scholarships.

Japanese Language Proficiency Test
December 4, Columbus
Test your knowledge of Japanese reading, writing, and language skills. Register by October 3.

Tales of Kings and Queens
October 4, 12:00p.m., CMA Exhibition Hall
Join the curator and learn more about the current exhibition: Art and Stories from Mughal India.

Latin America

Gala Latina
October 1, 5:30p.m., TVUC Ballrooms A & B
This banquet will celebrate the Latinx community’s culture and accomplishments at CWRU. Student tickets are free.

The Future of U.S.-Mexico Relations
October 4, 7:30-9:00p.m., Happy Dog (West Side Location)
Join this forum on the current diplomatic and economic ties and future stability of U.S. and Mexico relations.

Hispanic Heritage Month Lecture
October 5, 4:30-6:00p.m., Iris S. & Bert L. Wolstein Research Building
This lecture will examine the representations of Latinos in U.S. pop culture.

Middle East and North Africa

Managing the World Crisis of the Middle East
October 7, 4:00-5:00p.m., Clapp 108
Former President of Lebanon, Amine Gamayel will discuss the continued struggle Middle Eastern countries face in trying to find peace and sovereignty.