Salve Regina celebrates International Education Week Nov. 13-17
Salve Regina will celebrate International Education Week Nov. 13-17. This year, the University community will have multiple opportunities to hear about the experiences and insights of Salve Regina students who have studied abroad.
The week will feature a new “pizza and policy” session, where students will share how their study abroad experiences impacted their capstone research on global public policy issues. Faculty leading short-term study abroad programs will hold information sessions throughout the week, and upperclassmen will have an opportunity to explore international post-graduate opportunities.
A joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education, International Education week is an annual opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide.
- “Capture It” photo contest exhibit: During open hours in the McKillop Library. Vote for the best photos from Salve Regina’s study abroad students.
- International quiz: During open hours in the McKillop Library.
- Global ambassador information sessions: 4 p.m. daily in Drexel Hall. The global ambassadors program connects students interested in studying abroad with students who have studied abroad.
Monday, Nov. 13
- Treats N Beats: 9:30-11:30 a.m., O’Hare Academic Building lobby. Kick off International Education Week with food from around the world. Enjoy international music, grab a cup of coffee and learn more about the week’s events.
- French and Spanish language tables: Noon, Global Cafe. Join Salve Regina’s Fulbright language teaching assistants and others for the chance to practice your French or Spanish.
- Dominican Republic information session: 3 p.m., Drexel Hall. Learn more about this immersive, eight-week summer program where you can use your Spanish while serving in community organizations. Applications are due Dec. 15.
- German language table: 4 p.m., Jazzman’s Cafe. Join Salve Regina’s Fulbright language teaching assistants and others for the chance to practice your German.
- Ireland information session: 5 p.m., Drexel Hall. Learn more about this short-term study abroad program tied to spring 2018 semester nursing and sociology and anthropology courses. The application deadline is Dec. 15.
Tuesday, Nov. 14
- Passport day: Noon to 2 p.m., Drexel Hall. Get your first passport or renew your old passport. A list of required documents is available here. Salve Regina students who RSVP to email@example.com will be entered into a raffle to win a free passport.
- Verona information session: 3 p.m., Drexel Hall. Learn more about this five-week summer program offering an array of language, culture and business courses. The application deadline is Feb. 1, 2018.
- Adventures in Another Land: 6-8 p.m., DiStefano Lecture Hall. Students will share their study abroad experiences. Light refreshments will be served beforehand.
Wednesday, Nov. 15
- French language table: Noon, Global Cafe. Join Salve Regina’s Fulbright language teaching assistants and others for the chance to practice your French.
- Italian and Spanish language tables: 1 p.m., Global Cafe. Join Salve Regina’s Fulbright language teaching assistants and others for the chance to practice your Italian or Spanish.
- Austria information session: 3 p.m., Drexel Hall. Learn more about this spring break program in Salzburg and Vienna that is tied to spring 2018 semester music and Pell Honors courses. The application deadline has been extended to Dec. 15.
Thursday, Nov. 16
- Pizza and policy: 12:30 p.m., Ochre Court library. Learn how students in the Cultural, Environmental and Global Studies capstone course have used their study abroad experiences to inform their research into global public policy questions such as the water reform policy in Chile and the European Union’s immigration policy in the Spanish territories of Ceuta and Melilla. Pizza will be served. Those interested in attending are asked to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- International post-graduate opportunities: 5 p.m., O’Hare Academic Building, Room 264. Explore future opportunities abroad, including the Peace Corps, teaching abroad, international internship and employment options and scholarship programs supporting research and language studies.
- Italian movie night: 6 p.m., Language House (Carnlough Cottage).