If you didn’t get a chance to drop by the Campus Internationalization Resource Table during Opening week (9/20) here is an overview of just some of the internationalization initiatives happening across campus; Click here for pictures from the Opening Week Resource Table
· Why Internationalize the Campus? What does Internationalization mean? Check out the Information Sheet (See attached).
· Global Learning Events Fall Quarter
- “9/11- Ten Years After” hosted by the Global Affairs Center, questions contact Larry Fuell
- International Education Week- A Celebration of International Exchanges and Learning, November 14-18 , questions contact Pollie McCloskey
- Global Eyes Series, co-hosted by International Programs and Global Affairs Center as a brown bag venue for students, faculty, staff and members of the off-campus community about recent travel, research or service with a global focus. Offered the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month (except December) from 12:30-1:20 pm in 9208 PUB (Quiet Dining Room).
· Study Abroad - Overview of upcoming programs; Contact Pollie McCloskey if you’d like posters/fliers to promote study abroad in your office/building/classroom
· Grants to Internationalize your Curriculum -NIEA offers grants to assist faculty in designing new courses, making comprehensive revisions to existing courses, or adding modules to existing courses. Questions contact Pollie McCloskey
· Global Pathways- Education for a Changing World; Designed to prepare students for international careers; questions contact Dean Bob Francis
· International Peer Mentors were on hand to talk about their role in welcoming and introducing new international students to the campus life of Shoreline Community College.
· Overview of SCC International Students- the countries where International Students come from and where SCC is recruiting this Quarter; questions contact Marci Fradkin, Asst. Director of International Outreach or Diana Sampson, Executive Director of International Education