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International Education Week is an annual celebration of cultural diversity and international opportunities for the entire NSU community. The 2019 schedule is still being finalized - take a look at the exciting events that are planned below!
Want to study abroad but don't know where to start? Drop by an info session! We host info sessions about the education abroad process at NSU every Monday and Tuesday at 9:00am and 4:00pm. No need to make an appointment - just come to the Office of International Affairs. For even more information, follow us on instagram at @sharksabroad.
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Are you… Someone who likes good conversations with interesting people? Please join the Office of Residential Life and Housing for International Coffee Hour, Monday, November 18th for a cup of free coffee and great conversations.
March around campus with students from all over the world in our Parade of Flags, IEW's Opening Ceremony! At least one flag per country will be provided through the Office of International Affairs for everyone who registers! Meet other international students and share the pride of your culture as you walk across campus together! Organizations with 2 attendees can earn 2 FIN points.
Come hear from John Diep, the Director of International Trade Development for Enterprise about his role as an Asia/Pacific Specialist. This interactive workshop, hosted by the Huizenga Innovation Academy and the International Business Student Association, will give you insight into what it is like to work in International Business.
Learn about income inequity in Ghana while enjoying delicious local and global food during the inaugural Razor’s Edge Global fundraising event, created and hosted by the Carter Class (Class of 2022).
Food will be provided by Razor’s Edge Global Scholars as well as other NSU faculty and staff and will feature cuisine from around the world. If you are interested in donating food, please sign up at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1yqv7SzYY6hh6wnEVFPuhZWbzIhgiBsarqnqY2y8BrRU/edit#gid=0
Proceeds for the event will benefit the following causes:
In alignment with the Razor’s Edge Global commitment to environmental sustainability, our goal for this event is to be plastic-free. Attendees should be aware that no plastic cutlery will be available at the event. Please bring your own utensils to reduce waste. Alternatively, you may purchase disposable bamboo cutlery for an extra $1.00 or purchase an entire set of reusable metal cutlery for $5.00. The reusable cutlery includes a fork, knife, spoon, chopsticks, two metal straws and a cleaning brush, all in a compact and durable carrying case. All proceeds go to the fundraising initiatives listed above.
Join multilingual student staff from the TTC and Shark Teach scholars for mini-language lessons to learn useful and easy phrases to help you connect with your international peers!
Please join us at the NSU University School International Parent Coffee! Parents and guardians of Lower, Middle, and Upper School students are invited to learn about resources for students and parents, unique experiential learning opportunities, and methods of parent engagement with NSU University School. Russian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Chinese translators will be available. Please contact email@example.com to request any other language.
Join SLCE for International Education Week and National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week! Come and experience an event that will raise your global awareness! At this interactive event, the place where you sit, and the meal that you eat, are determined by the luck of the draw—just as in real life some of us are born into relative prosperity and others into poverty.
This workshop explains the particulars of obtaining an H1-B work visa including the process of H1-B sponsorship, visa allocation, cap-subject vs. cap-exempt, government and legal fees, the labor condition application, prevailing wage vs. actual wage, and cap-gap automatic extensions. This workshop also provides information regarding permanent residency based on employment.
Come join us in the Fischler Academy's Active Learning Center for an event designed to connect students through shared experiences and cutting edge technology. During this event, students will engage with multiple virtual reality platforms, which will allow them to explore familiar and unfamiliar places and cultures.
The Department of History and Political Science Presents The Stozenberg-Doan Annual Lecture "Samai Baseball in the City: East Asian Baseball Culture in Historical Context." Presented by Dr. John Harney, Center College, Kentucky Associate Professor of History, Chair of the Asian Studies Program.
Join SLCE as we journey to different countries to follow the story of nine girls as they overcome obstacles to obtain an education.
Open to Honors Students only. Join us for a panel discussion led by Honors students who have participated in Sharks Abroad Programs including study abroad and travel study. Learn about where to go and how the process works!
Need help with your application essay for a study abroad program or scholarship opportunity? Get tips and tricks from the pros at the Writing & Communication Center.
Build relationships through fascinating and enlightening conversations with people who have personal stories of the history of Guatemala and Latin America.
One of a kind FULLY FUNDED student leadership conference for undergraduate and graduate international students, study abroad students, and all other students interested in global engagement. Includes sessions on career preparation and leadership, transportation, all food, and two nights in rustic cabins for this U.S. American camp-style retreat. This is the last info session of the year - application deadline: November 24, 2019. Conference Dates: Jan 31-Feb 2, 2020.
Calling all multicultural student organizations! Come out and share your culture with others while celebrating those around you at NSU's only collaborative event between these organizations. Interested in joining a multicultural student organization? This is a great way to connect. Expect food, music, dance performances, and more! The event is made possible by SEAboard and IOC.
International students who attend Career Advice and Pizza Slice will have an opportunity to hear from their peers on ways to take advantage of the CPT/OPT opportunities. Encourage your students to come grab a slice of pizza and hear more about the internship/ job search from international students at NSU who have successfully found opportunities in the US.
This workshop is for F-1 International Students looking to learn more about the OPT Employment process.
Come join us for an engaging and insightful discussion about dating within the context of intercultural relationships. Learn valuable tips and thoughtful strategies for contributing to a healthy, honest, and equitable partnership.
This workshop is for F-1 International Students looking to learn more about the CPT Employment process.
Join us for our Service in the City volunteer nights in the City of Ft. Lauderdale. Volunteers will be serving with HOPE South Florida. Volunteers will be assisting meal service to homeless individuals in Broward County.
Take a trip around the world with Infinite Motion "Just Dance " style! You don't want to miss this worldwide tour. Hope to see you there!
Help NSU's campus learn more about your country by tabling at the Global Village. This event is an International Education Week tradition. Each table will represent a different country. Each country can be reimbursed up to $25 for materials purchased. Host a table by yourself or with your friends!
Students will prepare a dish from their culture and students will be able to try them. There will be a winner for best dish and they will receive a prize.
Come out to the Flight Deck for international specialty drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), food, games, music.
Join the Sharks Abroad Team inside the Flight Deck at Friday Night Flights for a game of INTERNATIONAL THEMED JEOPARDY!
Take a study break and recharge while celebrating the vibrant diversity here at NSU with RA Grace, RA Ben and RA Aisha. There will be international games, music, snacks and a variety of teas to enjoy!
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View Previous NSU International Education Week Schedules
NSU's International Education Week is a collaborative endeavor bringing together student leaders, departments, programs and campuses. Thank you to the 2019 partners who have worked to contribute to our event schedule.