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International Education Week 2010 Runs Nov. 15-19 On Campus

Published: November 15, 2010

The following is a list of events scheduled for the 2010 International Week at CSULB. For additional information, contact the Center for International Education 562/985-4106

Monday, Nov. 15

Study Abroad Photo Display
8 a.m.-5 p.m. / Brotman Hall 201
–Photos taken by a large number of students who went abroad this past summer on trips with CSULB faculty.

Study Abroad Year-Long Workshop
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Brotman Hall 201
–Learn about the most cost-effective way to go abroad for a year through the CSU systemwide International Programs.

Art Programs in China
noon-1 p.m. / FA-4
–Students who have participated in two very successful art programs, GAFA and TAFA, will provide information about their experiences in both print and video formats.

Presentation “Reading the Muslim Influence on the Indian Arts”
2-3:30 p.m. / Foundation 204
–Pravina Cooper and Sophia Pandey with moderator Jyotsna Pattnaik

Global Ambassadors: Meet International/Exchange Students and Returning Study Abroad Students,
3-5 p.m., Brotman Hall 201
–You will be hosted by international/exchange students and students who have returned from study abroad. Come to each day for a new adventure learning about culture and the transformative nature of international exchange.

Tuesday, Nov. 16

Study Abroad Photo Display
8 a.m.-5 p.m. / Brotman Hall 201
–Photos taken by a large number of students who went abroad this past summer on trips with CSULB faculty.

Art Programs in China
Noon-1 p.m. / FA-4
–Students who have participated in two successful art programs, Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts (GAFA) and Textile and Fiber Art ( TAFA), will provide information about these programs in both print and video formats.

American Language Institute Poster Exhibition
1-3 p.m. / Foundation 204 and 210
–An opportunity for conversation and artistic expression with students at CSULB learning English.

Study Abroad General Workshop
2-3 p.m. / Brotman Hall 201
–Obtain an overview of all the ways you can go abroad.

Global Ambassadors: Meet International/Exchange Students and Returning Study Abroad Students
3-5 p.m. / Brotman Hall 201
–You will be hosted by international/exchange students and students who have returned from study abroad. Come to each day for a new adventure learning about culture and the transformative nature of international exchange.

Graduate Student Presentation on Experiences in China
4-6 p.m. / Foundation 204
–Seven graduate students from the Math Education program will present about their experiences in China last summer including giving “Open” math lessons to children in Beijing and research at the Hangzhou International Conference.

Consul General of Germany Wolfgang Drautz presentation: “Trade Relations and the Economic State of Germany in 2010″
5-6:30 p.m. / The Pointe at the Pyramid
–This is a part of the International Business Association Consulate Series sponsored in part by Boeing, Associated Students Inc., and Associated Business Students Organization Council.

International Careers Workshop
6:30-8:30 p.m. / Educational Career Services-105
–Learn about the many international career possibilities.

Wednesday Nov. 17

Study Abroad Photo Display
8 a.m.-5 p.m. / Brotman Hall 201
–Photos taken by a large number of students who went abroad this past summer on trips with CSULB faculty.

Study Abroad Table
10 a.m.-3 p.m. / Maxson Plaza
–Stop by to receive information on study abroad.

Art Programs in China
noon-1 p.m. / FA-4
–Students who have participated in two successful art programs, GAFA and TAFA, will provide information about these programs in both print and video formats.

Study Abroad General Workshop
noon-1 p.m. / Brotman Hall 201
–Obtain an overview of all the ways you can go abroad.

Study Abroad Year-Long Workshop
2-3 p.m. / Brotman Hall 201
–Learn about the most cost-effective way to go abroad for a year through the CSU systemwide International Programs.

Global Ambassadors: Meet International/Exchange Students and Returning Study Abroad Students
3-5 p.m. / Brotman Hall 201
–You will be hosted by international/exchange students and students who have returned from study abroad. Come to each day for a new adventure learning about culture and the transformative nature of international exchange.

International Recognition Reception
4-6 p.m. /Foundation 204

Thursday, Nov. 18

Study Abroad Photo Display
8 a.m.-5 p.m. / Brotman Hall 201
–Photos taken by a large number of students who went abroad this past summer on trips with CSULB faculty.

Study Abroad Table
10 a.m.-3 p.m. / Maxson Plaza
–Stop by to receive information on study abroad.

Art Programs in China
Noon-1 p.m. / FA-4
–Students who have participated in two successful art programs, GAFA and TAFA, will provide information about these programs in both print and video formats.

A Summer Teaching Practice in China
2:15-3:15 p.m. / Multicultural Center Conference Room, FO3
–Linguistics graduate students Kirk Jordan and Jennifer Nolasco will present on their summer 2010 study abroad practicum experience at Beijing Language and Culture University in China.

Global Ambassadors: Meet International/Exchange Students and Returning Study Abroad Students
3-5 p.m. / Brotman Hall 201
–You will be hosted by international/exchange students and students who have returned from study abroad. Come to each day for a new adventure learning about culture and the transformative nature of international exchange.

Friday, Nov. 19

International Thanksgiving Potluck
12:30-3 p.m. / Soroptomist House

Dankook University Traditional Dance Performance
7:30 p.m. / William Link Theater (University Theater)
–Dankook University in South Korea will present traditional Korean dance performance in the University Theater at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 19, in celebration of the student exchange program established last April between CSULB and this Korean university. This event is co-sponsored by the President’s Office, the Center for International Education and the Department of Asian and Asian American Studies. Admission is free.