Developing Your Professional Brand and Network
February 21, 5:30-7:00pm
Student Organization Center, Tinkham Veale Center
See you at the workshop!
Social Justice Institute Research Funding
Students with research ideas connected to social justice are invited to apply for fellowships. Applications are due March 1, 2019.
Students conducting research or seeking internships in the Arts, Humanities, or Social Sciences are invited to apply for summer funding. Applications are due March 8, 2019.
Ellen and Matt Feldman Internship Grants
International Studies majors are eligible for funding. Applications are due March 29, 2019.
The Women’s Foreign Policy Group Internships
A variety of internships are available. Summer 2019 applications are due March 25, 2019.
Cleveland Council on World Affairs Summer Internship
The CCWA is currently accepting internships for summer 2019. Apply online.
Interested in addressing global climate change? Citizens’ Climate Lobby offers support to create university chaptersof its non-profit, nonpartisan, grassroots advocacy organization. To learn more, contact Jess Wilber.
The Global Goals and You
February 21, 12-1pm, Livestream Only
Hear about the United Nations’ Global Goals which aim to tackle by 2030 the 17 biggest challenges facing humanity by 2030–including poverty and climate change. Register to livestream the event here.
Myths and Realities of Women in Prison
February 25, 12-1pm, Moot Courtroom (A59)
This talk will discuss the rising rates of female incarceration globally and the unique challenges female prisoners face.
Meet and Greet with Cleveland Council on World Affairs
February 27, 3-5pm, Caxton Building, 812 Huron Rd E # 620
Learn more about CCWA volunteer and internship opportunities. To register, call Andrea Bender at 216-282-1041, email email@example.com, or register online.
How the U.S. Debt Disrupts the International Economic System
February 27, 8-9:30am, City Club of Cleveland
This talk will discuss how U.S. debt makes the U.S. less competitive and challenges U.S. global economic leadership. Student tickets are $15.
Applying to International Affairs Graduate Programs
March 12, 1-2pm, Online
Register for a webinar to learn about applying for graduate programs in international affairs. There will be additional sessions in April, May, June, and July.
Musical Anatomies and Scientistic Ruptures in Stepanov Dance Notation
January 21, 12-1pm, Clark Hall Room 206
Musicology PhD candidate Sophie Benn examines how a performing art form can be recorded on paper. Event is free, registration required.
Les Rendez-vous d’Anna
February 21, 8:05pm, Cinematheque
This film follows a Belgian filmmaker as she travels around Western Europe. Tickets are $8 for age 25 and under.
Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask
February 23, 5pm, Cinematheque
February 24, 12:30pm, Cinematheque
This film examines the life and work of author and activist Frantz Fanon. Tickets are $7 for age 25 and under.
February 23, 6:30pm
An Italian man flaunts his mistress until he learns his wife is having her own affair. Tickets are $9 for age 25 and under.
The Baker’s Wife
February 23, 8:55pm, Cinematheque
February 24, 4:15pm, Cinematheque
When a French baker closes his bakery due to his wife’s infidelity, the townspeople must convince her to end her affair. Tickets are $8 for age 25 and under.
Čiurlionis: Featuring Duo Zubovas From Lithuania
February 24, 3-4:30pm Glick Recital Hall
This concert will showcase the music, paintings, and literary works of Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis. A coffee reception featuring traditional Lithuanian foods will immediately follow the concert. Admission is $25.
La Terra Trema
February 25, 6:45pm, Cinematheque
A Sicilian fishing family attempts to operate independently of wholesalers. Tickets are $9 for age 25 and under.
How French are France’s Problems?
February 28, 5-6:30pm Mandel Center, Room 115
Join Patrick Chamorel of the Stanford University Center for a discussion of the uniqueness of France’s challenges.
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.