February 24, 2022 Newsletter

All Majors

Digital Globalization
Friday, February 25, 9:00-12:00 p.m., online
Hear from eminent multinational executives and business scholars about global digital business.

Governance and Local Development Internship
Work with a research team on questions of human welfare globally. Applications are due April 10.

Freedom in the World Junior Fellowship
Graduating seniors are eligible to apply for this internship about political rights and civil liberties. Applications are due February 28.

Fern Holland International Affairs Fellowship
The Office of Congressman Seth Moulton seeks students interested in foreign policy and national security for this summer program. Applications are due March 15.

Global Security Internship with Abt
Abt Associates seeks undergraduates to intern in its global security office.

International Center for Journalists
The International Center for Journalists is offering a paid summer internship.

International Development Jobs
Learn more about this field by reviewing jobs descriptions for mid-and senior-level positions. Also, identify organizations that might have internships and entry-level positions

UNHCR Internships
Eligible students can gain experience in the international humanitarian sector.

Energy Fellows Program
The CWRU ThinkEnergy Program is a one-year program for students interested in energy. INTL majors have participated in the past. Applications are due March 15.

Study Abroad Photo Contest
Submit photos of your time studying abroad with CWRU for a chance to win prizes. Entries are due by March 20.

United Nations Foundation Internships
Applications for full- and part-time summer internships are accepted until March. Check online for the current open positions.

Global Citizen Award
The awards honor outstanding student organizations and students who champion internationalization at CWRU, among other objectives. Nominations are due February 25.


USIP Russia and Europe Center Job
International Studies alumnus John Drennan is new to the United States Institute of Peace team on which the successful applicant will work.  He encourages International Studies seniors to apply and can try to answer questions, jjd530@gmail.com.

March 3, 8:40 p.m. and March 4, 7:00 p.m., Cinematheque
A seven-year-old girl witnesses the bullying of her older brother in this Belgian film. General admission is $10.

The Round-Up
March 5, 5:00 p.m. and March 6, 8:30 p.m., Cinematheque
Set during the 19th century, this film depicts Austro-Hungarian troops rounding up a group of peasants rooting out partisan dissidents. General admission is $10.


African Masks
Friday, February 25, 7:00-8:00 p.m., online
Learn why African artists use symbols in mask-making, and how masks are used in ceremonies.

Middle East

Middle Eastern Lunch and Tea
Friday, February 25, 1:45 p.m., Interfaith Center
Join the Middle Eastern Cultural Association for tea and manaeesh from Oasis Bakery.

Washington, DC Summer Internship Program 
The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations is offering unpaid internships. The deadline to apply is February 25.


Ohio Japanese Speech Contest
Show off your Japanese language skills in this statewide competition. An INTL major won in the past. The deadline is February 25.

Boba Buffett
Saturday, February 26, 2:00-4:00 p.m., Village House 4
Bring your own cup to enjoy a boba milk tea with the Vietnamese Student Association.

Taste of India
Sunday, February 27, 2:00-4:00 p.m., Thwing Ballroom
Join Undergraduate Indian Studies Association for free food and festivities. Registration is required.

Dhamakapella, the university’s South Asian fusion a cappella team, including INTL major Kasey Pukys, took home first place from two recent competitions.