November 17, 2016 Newsletter

All Majors

Fall Advising Meetings
November 2-December 2
Have you not signed up for an advising appointment with Professor McMann? She has added times to meet the week after Thanksgiving break. Sign up here.

Courses with International Content
Please consult the attached list when scheduling for the spring semester.

Career Advice
For information about a variety of international careers, see the e-book Careers in International Affairs, available from Kelvin Smith Library.

Cleveland Foundation Summer Internship 
Apply to work as a paid intern this summer at a Cleveland nonprofit or agency, some of which engage in international-related projects.

Work at a Local Nonprofit
Apply to become a fellow with the CWRU Center for Civic Engagement and Learning and complete paid work at local non-profits, some of which have an international focus.

CIC Career Fairs
Consider attending one or more of this organization’s East Coast career fairs, which offer a broader array of employers than CWRU career fairs typically do. Lists of employers will be available in upcoming months.

International Affairs Showcase
November 18, 11:00a.m.-2:00p.m., Tomlinson Hall Lobby
Visit the Center for International Affairs for activities, candy, and music to celebrate the end of International Education Week.

International Food Trucks
November 18, 12:00-2:00p.m., CWRU Quad
Enjoy international cuisine provided by local businesses.

Projects for Peace Grant
Students interested in conflict prevention, resolution or reconciliation are encouraged to apply for this grant. Intent to apply submissions are due December 1.


Two for One: Poland as an Emigration and Immigration Country
November 17, 12:45-2:00p.m., Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations
This talk will focus on the unique movement of people in Poland and how this affects its role in Central Europe and the EU.

New Faces of French Animation
November 17, 8:20p.m., Cinematheque
Eight animated short films show the diversity and excellence of French animation. Age 25 & under tickets are $7.

The Night
November 18, 9:05p.m., Cinematheque
November 20, 3:45p.m., Cinematheque
This Italian drama follows a day in the life of a Milanese novelist and his distraught wife. Age 25 & under tickets are $7.

Moses and Aaron
November 20, 6:30p.m., Cinematheque
Based on Arnold Schoenberg’s opera, this story about two biblical brothers shows the conflict between demagogy and prophecy. Age 25 & under tickets are $9.


Taiwan Residency Talk
November 19, 10:00a.m., Zygote Press, Inc.
An instructor from CIA shares her experiences as an artist living in Taipei and how she learned to live as a local.

Bollywood Night
November 19, 7:00-9:00p.m., Carlton Commons
This Indian culture celebration will feature music, free food, prizes, and henna.

Diwali Dinner and Concert
November 19, 8:00p.m., Independence High School
Celebrate Diwali with traditional Indian food and a Bollywood concert. Tickets start at $35.

Russian Guitar and Balalaika Concert
November 21, 7:00p.m., Nighttown
Enjoy Russian folk and Soviet music played by a Russian string duo. Tickets are $15.

November 19, 7:10p.m., Cinematheque
November 20, 8:50p.m., Cinematheque
A truck driver visits a noodle shop and ends up turning it into a first rate ramen restaurant in this Japanese comedy. Age 25 & under tickets are $7.