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Vol 56 No. 14 | Nov. 2004
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International Education Week

The campus will once again participate in International Education Week, Monday-Friday, Nov. 15-19 with a variety of activities.

Among activities scheduled are:

Monday, Nov. 15

•  1-2:30 p.m. - Workshop on “Educational Experiences and Opportunities in China and Taiwan;” Moderator: Xiaoping Liang (linguistics); Presenters: Robert Chi (information systems); John Wang (criminal justice); Yuguo Han (linguistics); and Osama Kobayashi (AAAS). In the Anatol Conference Center, Academic Services, East Library.

•  2:45-4 p.m. - “Study Abroad in China: What Can China Do For You?;” Presenters: Jen Grey (RGRLL) and Jacqueline Ford Morie, (USC Associate Director, Institute for Creative Technology). In the Anatol Conference Center, East Library.

•  6:30-8 p.m. - International documentary, “Control Room” (with English and Arabic and English subtitles). No charge. Fine Arts Building 1, Room 206.

Tuesday, Nov. 16

•  11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. -   “Home from the War, Reflections from Vets, Journalist and Humanitarian Aide Worker: Iraq, Kuwait, Central America, and Vietnam;” Moderator: Joanne Tortorici-Luna (EDPAC); Presenters: Jerry Quickley (NPR reporter); Ed Ellis, (Vietnam vet); and Marcus Ericksen (first Gulf War vet). In the Anatol Conference Center, East Library.

•  2-4 p.m. – “The Global Struggle Over Water Resources: Farm, Home and Environment;” Presenters: Namika Raby (anthropology); Robert Friis (health science); Noel Ludwig (Geography) and Ramses Toma (family and consumer sciences). In the Anatol Conference Center, East Library.

•  3-4 p.m. - “The Sun Never Sets on the British Empire;” CSULB student alumni panel will discuss program options. In the Center for International Education Conference Room, Brotman Hall, Room 201.

•  4 - 6 p.m. - International documentary, “Arlington West;” Moderated by Joanne Tortorici-Luna (EDPAC) and featuring discussion with filmmakers Peter Dudar and Sally Marr. No charge.   In the Anatol Conference Center, East Library.  

Wednesday, Nov. 17

•  11 a.m.-noon - “Travel and Study Over the Seven Seas: Australia, New Zealand and Semester at Sea;” CSULB student alumni panel will discuss program options. In the Center for International Education Conference Room, Brotman Hall, Room 201.

•  11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. – “Representatives from International Organizations;” Among the organizations included are Peace Corps, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Campus Climate, Peace Studies, Amnesty International, Model UN, Armenian Students Association, International Students Association, Beach Hillel Club, NCCJ/Human Dignity Program, Red Cross, and International Student Volunteers. At the Speaker's Platform.

•  Noon-1 p.m. -   “Workshop on Study Abroad and International Scholarships;” Among topics to be discussed are Fulbright, NSEP, Gilman, Marshall, Mitchell, Rhodes. NSEP Scholarship recipient and CSULB student Colin Rasmussen, and CSULB International Advisor, Linda Olson Levy, will discuss international scholarship opportunities. Multicultural Center Conference Room, F03-002.

•  1-2 p.m. - “Asia: The Emerging Tiger;” Focus on Korea, China, and Japan. CSULB student alumni panel will discuss exciting program options. In the Center for International Education Conference Room, Brotman Hall, Room 201.

•  2-4 p.m. - “International Issues in HIV/AIDS;” Panel presentation with Dennis Fisher (behavioral research and services/psychology); Vinnie Del Casino (geography); Kevin Malotte (health sciences); Carol Itatani (biological sciences); and Carole Campbell (sociology). In the Anatol Conference Center, East Library.

•  5-7 p.m. - “Current Middle East-U.S. Relations;” Presentation by USC professor Mark LeVine; Moderated by Houri Berberian (history). In the Anatol Conference Center, East Library.

•  7:30-9 p.m. - International Film, “Together” (Chinese with English subtitles). No charge. In Alamitos Bay Rooms, University Student Union.

Thursday, Nov. 18

•  2-4 p.m. - “The Complexity of Global Outsourcing: Key Stakeholders and Issues Driving the Debate;” Presentation by Deborah Roach Gaut (information systems) In the Faculty Development Center Gallery, Library, Room 500.

•  3-4 p.m. - “Western Europe: Setting the Pace” with a focus on Germany. CSULB student alumni panel will discuss exciting program options. In the Center for International Education Conference Room, Brotman Hall, Room 201.

•  5-7 p.m. - International Film on Aids, “Phir Milenge” or “We Will Meet Again” (Hindi with English subtitles). No charge. In Anatol Conference Center, East Library.

For more information about individual events, please contact Linda Olson Levy at 562/985-8440 or by e-mail at: llevy@csulb.edu

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