CI International Education Week
Tuesday, November 12
|11:30-1:00 pm||Study Abroad and Internships Abroad Information Tabling||In front of the library|
|12:30-1:30 pm||Study Abroad Information Meeting||Sage Hall 2060|
|4:00-5:00 pm||Study Abroad Alumni Photography Exhibit- Opening Reception||Broome Library 1320|
|6:00-7:00 pm||"Actor Training in Paris, France," Lecture on sabbatical research, Prof. Luda Popenhagen||Broome Library 1360|
Wednesday, November 13
|12:30-1:30 pm||Walk-in hours at Study Abroad office||Sage Hall 2060|
|1:30-2:30 pm||Study Abroad Information Meeting||Sage Hall 2060|
|12:00-1:15 pm||POLS 329 (Intl Law and Organizations) Lecture: Protecting Human Rights, Prof. Andrea Grove||Del Norte 3540|
|1:30-2:45 pm||ENGL/PATH 342 (Modern British and European Drama and Theatre): Students will present extracts from English, French, Russian, and Scandinavian plays; Prof. Luda Popenhagen||Del Norte 1530|
|1:30-2:45 pm||POLS 354 (Intl Politics of the Middle East) Lecture: Turkish Foreign Policy and the Arab Uprisings, Prof. Andrea Grove||Del Norte 3540|
|1:30-2:30 pm||Study Abroad Information meeting||Sage Hall 2060|
|4:00-6:00 pm||Big Event- Film and Panel Discussion: Stop Modern-day Slavery. Come, Eat, See, Hear, Dream.||Malibu Hall 100|
Thursday, November 14
|11:30 -12:30 pm||Study Abroad Information Meeting||Sage 2061|
|12:00 -1:30 pm||Study Abroad Information Tabling||In front of library|
|12:00-1:30 pm||Cuba Today: Up-Close and Personal, UNIV 392 Presentation, Dr. Jose Alamillo and Dr. Stephen Clark||Broome Library 1360|
|3:00-4:15 pm||ESRM 341 (National Parks) Lecture: Comparing International Parks and Protected Areas, Prof. Don Rodriguez||BT 2572|
Friday, November 15
|10:00am-11:30am||Study Abroad Application Workshop – for 1-year applicants only.||Broome Library 2325|
|4:00-6:00 pm||Conversation Café – CI students converse with CI international students over coffee at Element Coffee Shop||Off Campus- Element Coffee Shop in Old Town Camarillo|
Islands Café will be serving international meals throughout the entire week
All week at the Broome Library:
Study Abroad Photography Exhibit - On display from November 12th -December 16th
Travel Guide Books - Loads of them! Located by the Millennium News Center/TV Lounge.
UNIV 392 Poster Gallery - Check out past trips abroad around the Broome Library Reading Room.
World Map - Post where you would travel for the best cuisine on the map in the Library Foyer!
Upcoming International Art Exhibit
Nov. 21, 5:30-7:00 pm, Broome Library Gallery
Reflective Visions /Visionary Reflections (part II)
Reflective Visions /Visionary Reflections is an eclectic, interdisciplinary exhibition in which the authors reflect on their immediate environment (reflective visions) and a faraway place (visionary reflections). The show includes the CSU IP faculty in Florence, studio faculty from the Florence Accademia who teach CSU students and CSUCI Art Program faculty. Each participant has submitted two (visual and/or textual) reflections: one about Florence /Tuscany and one about California/ Ventura, Los Angeles, etc. All works are vertical and have the same A4 size. There are over 30 participants in the exhibition.