International Education Week Events:

Tuesday, October 23rd

 

Study Abroad Information Table
12:00AM-1:30PM // CAMPUS CENTER 2ND FLOOR TABLE
Stop by our table to learn more about study abroad opportunities.  OIS staff and returned study abroad students will be on hand to talk about study abroad.

Chinese Table: “Language Boot Camp”
12:30PM - 1:30PM // BATES SEMINAR ROOM
Thinking of learning a new language?  Want to learn some survival phrases for your next trip? Join our Language Boot Camp at this week’s language table. Sponsor:  East Asian Languages & Cultures, Chinese Student Association (CSA)

Italian Table: “Language Boot Camp”
12:30PM - 1:30PM // CAMPUS CENTER, ROOM 415
Thinking of learning a new language? Want to learn some survival phrases for your next trip?  Join our Language Boot Camp at this week’s Language Table! Sponsor: Italian Department

Korean Table: “Language Boot Camp”
12:30PM - 1:30PM // MCAFEE DINING HALL
Thinking of learning a new language? Want to learn some survival phrases for your next trip?  Join our Language Boot Camp at this week’s Language Table! Sponsor: East Asian Languages & Cultures, Korean Student Association (KSA)

Spanish Table: “Language Boot Camp”
12:30PM - 1:30PM // SEVERANCE DINING HALL
Thinking of learning a new language? Want to learn some survival phrases for your next trip?  Join our Language Boot Camp at this week’s Language Table! Sponsor: Spanish Department.

Freedom of Expression in China Conference
12:30PM - 7:30PM // TISHMAN COMMONS         
A series of lectures on Freedom of Expression in China. Lectures include “China's Modernised Propaganda and Thought Work,” “Against Amnesia: Tiananmen in History and Memory,” “From Disappearances to Defiance: An Overview of Human Rights ,” “A Scholar's Life on a Blacklist” and “Rising China: Legitimizing Authoritarianism in our Time.” Full schedule available at www.classical-liberalism.org/. Refreshments will be served.   Sponsor: The Freedom Project.     

Affording Study Abroad
1:00PM - 2:00PM // PENDLETON EAST
Learn how students receiving financial aid from the College can afford to study abroad during the academic year and also about external funding opportunities available through the national Boren, Gilman and Critical Language Scholarships. Sponsors: Student Financial Services, Office of International Study, Center for Work & Service.

Marketing your International Experience (Study Abroad Returnees)
3:00PM - 4:30PM // CENTER FOR WORK AND SERVICE LIBRARY
Interactive workshop for study abroad returnees to get tips on how to leverage recent international experiences in their job search. Sponsors: Office of International Study, Center for Work & Service.

Study Abroad Information Session
4:00PM - 5:00PM // MUNGER LIVING ROOM
Information Session for students interested in study abroad with a focus on opportunities approved for Wellesley credit during the academic year.

Russian Table: “Language Boot Camp”
5:00PM - 6:00PM // SEVERANCE DOF ROOM
Thinking of learning a new language? Want to learn some survival phrases for your next trip?  Join our Language Boot Camp at this week’s Language Table! Sponsor: Russian Department.

Peace Corp Info Session: Live, Learn and Work with a Community Overseas
6:00PM - 7:15PM // PENDLETON EAST 127 Pendleton East 127
Peace Corps service is the opportunity of a lifetime and offers two years of international experience immediately upon graduation. Join us at this upcoming information session to learn about Volunteer experiences, have your questions answered, and gain tips to guide you through the application process. Sponsor: Center for Work & Service.

Art & Soul: Zili Misik
7:00PM - //  HOUGHTON CHAPEL, UPPER CHAPEL
Zili Misik:  one of Boston's hottest bands! From its visual aesthetic, to its pan-global palette, to its rallying cry for social justice, Zili Misik offers a feast for the senses.  Sponsor:  Office of Religious & Spiritual Life.