International Education Week
Save the Date: November 14 to 18, 2011
This year's theme is "Exploring Our World".Activities throughout the week will highlight the benefits of studying abroad from the perspectives of CSUF students and exchange students.
Summary of Events & Activities
|November 14, 2011
|2:30-3:30pm CSU International Programs Application Workshop, UH 336
Find out what is required to apply to the CSU International Programs and what to expect after applying. Topics include writing statement of purpose, obtaining faculty recommendation letters, interview techniques and available scholarships.
2:30-3:30pm American Language Program Social with CSUF Degree Students, KHS 108
|November 15, 2011
11:30am to 1:30pm Potluck UH 141 -Sign up Required at IEE office (UH 244)
12:00-1:00pm Peace Corps Information Session, EC 167
Learn about one of the best ways to become a true American ambassador & contribute to a global community work.
4:00-6:00pm Study Abroad Informational Panel, Pine Residence Hall/SHP 111
5:00-7:30pm Phi Beta Delta Movie Night: King's Speech, PLN 130
Professor David Freeman, History, will lead a discussion after the film presentation.
|November 16, 2011
|2:30-4:00pm H1B & Options After Optional Practical
Training Workshop, UH 336
Info for F1 visa students on how to make the transition from OPT status to other visa work options.
5:00-7:30pm Phi Beta Delta Movie Night: Astroboy, PLN 130
Professor Riccardo de Los Rios, Radio TV & Film, will lead a discussion after the film presentation.
|November 17, 2011
|12:00-1:00pm ASI Cookout*, The Piazza (courtyard at Residence Halls)
Join us at this special cookout and participate in activities about studying abroad!
4:00-5:30pm Becoming a Global Communicator Workshop, UH 208
The American Language Program Social is sponsored by University Extended Education-American Language Program.
The Movie Nights are sponsored by Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars-Beta Chapter.
*The ASI Cookout is sponsored by Associated Students Inc.
All other events listed above are sponsored by the Office of International Education & Exchange.
Revised — November 2011