International Calendar of Events 2016

Through out the whole week the Office of International Affairs’ Education Abroad will host several information sessions on different programs in different countries including Jamaica, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, New Zealand and Nicaragua. To learn more details and time, visit our calendar of information sessions.

Monday, November 14

Student Exchange Info Session (In-Person or Virtually)
12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
239 Mason hall

The Office of Global Business invites students to learn more about fall, spring and summer exchange programs. Please email Kozue Isozaki to request access for virtual participation, and make sure you include the information session title and date on your email. If you plan to attend in person, please RSVP.

NAFSA's Live Webinar on The Role of International Education in Peacebuilding
2 – 4 p.m.

Panel discussion on how international education can help mitigate conflict and empower individuals to become peacebuilders. Learn more and register at event page. Deadline to register is November 1.

Historical Sound Recording of Traditional Slovenian Music and the Development of Polka in America
4 – 5:30 p.m. 
205 Music and Dance Library

This lecture by Drago Kunej will focus on recorded dance tunes from the ’20s and ’30s. Such recordings represent invaluable ethnomusicological and ethnochoreological materials, are the oldest sound recordings of Slovenian instrumental traditional music and have an enormous cultural and documentary value. 

Recipe for Success: Basic Ingredients for Undergraduate Research
5 – 6:30 p.m. 
Undergraduate Research Forum (Mershon Center for International Security Studies)

Opportunity to join a panel of Mershon Center affiliated faculty and the Undergraduate Research Office for an interdisciplinary discussion on the basic ingredients of a good undergraduate research project. Helene Cweren, associate director of the Undergraduate Research Office at Ohio State, will serve as discussant for the panel. Panel members will cite examples of good undergraduate research projects and address 

Tuesday, November 15

NAFSA's 2016 Senator Paul Simon Award Presidential Panel
4 p.m. 

Panel discussion featuring leaders from Simon Award-winning institutions discussing their successes in campus internationalization. More details and registration is found at event page.

Diplomacy Lecture
4:30 – 5:30 p.m. 
315 Gerlach Hall

Andrew Mann, diplomat in residence, will speak on diplomacy. Event is hosted by Fisher College of Business.

Global Engagement Night
6 – 7 p.m. 
160 Enarson Classroom Building

Join the Office of International Affairs for Global Engagement Night on Tuesday evening! Domestic and international students are invited to engage in conversation over the theme of the night, wellness.

Contact: Renee Bishai

Entre Nos
6 – 7 p.m.
1014 Multicultural Center

"Entre Nos" is a support group for Latino and Latina students. This space is open for attendees to share their story “en español” or in English, discuss the cultural values, explore relationships with others, including friends and family, and process the experience of being a Latino or Latina college student at Ohio State.

Contact: Vanessa Vargas

Wednesday, November 16

NAFSA's Architecture for Global Learning
12 p.m. 

Online learning event with participants sharing strategies on how to enrich and broaden student learning through integration of global learning and the creation of cross-disciplinary learning experiences. Learn more on event page. This online session does include a fee to members and non-members.

Global Service Lecture
1 – 2 p.m. 
265 Gerlach Hall

Gail Messick, Ohio State Peace Corps campus recruiter, will speak on global service as it relates to the Peace Corps. Event is hosted by Fisher College of Business.

East Asian Study Center's Fellowship Information Session
4 - 5 p.m. 
100 Enarson Classroom Building

Information session to learn more about funding opportunities for undergraduates in STEM fields studying an East Asian language, and for graduate and professional school students in any field studying an East Asian language. Please RSVP to easc@osu.edu with your name and the date of this event.

Contact: easc@osu.edu

Latin American Romantic Comedies Film Series: O.S Mulheres ao Mar
5:30 p.m. 
20 Page Hall

The Center for Latin American Studies presents: S.O.S. Mulheres ao Mar (Cris D'Amato, Brazil, 2014). In this film, a recently separated woman (Giovanna Antonelli), encouraged by her sister, follows her estranged husband on a cruise to try to win him back. The screening will have an introduction by Isis McElroy, PhD, a visiting assistant professor at The Ohio State University.

Contact: clas@osu.edu

Russian Film Series: Kandahar
6 p.m. 
125 Mendenhall Lab

A Russian air freighter shipping ammunition to Afghanistan is forced to land in the airport of Kandahar for a security screening. After banned weapons are found onboard, the crew is taken prisoner. A film based on the true story of a Russian flight crew’s attempt to escape from Taliban fighters in Afghanistan 1996. Film will be shown in Russian with English subtitles.

Global Ethics Lecture
6:15 – 7:15 p.m. 
355 Gerlach Hall

Senior Lecturer, David Freel, will speak on global ethics. Event is hosted by Fisher College of Business.

Thursday, November 17

Global Business Lecture
12 – 12:45 p.m. 
265 Gerlach Hall

Sales Application Engineer, Lynn Rich, will speak about global business and international markets. Event is hosted by Fisher College of Business.

NAFSA's Collegial Conversations
1 p.m. 
Online

First session is on using data to advocate for support of the international enrollment management office. Visit event page for more details.

3 p.m. 
Online

Second session is on institutional liability for personal travel in education abroad programs. Visit event page for more information.

Faculty and Staff Education Abroad Ambassador Training
2 – 3 p.m. 
160 Enarson Classroom Building

This workshop will give Ohio State faculty and staff the opportunity to learn more about how they can help promote education abroad to students and will cover programs available to all majors, scholarship opportunities, the application process and more. Please register by Wednesday, November 16.

Contact: Jeannie Simmons

Student Exchange Info Session: Asia-Pacific (In-Person or Virtually)
5 – 6 p.m.
239 Mason Hall

The Office of Global Business will hold an information session specific to opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region. Information on fall, spring and summer programs will be shared, and Jarryd Reeve, exchange student, will introduce his home university, Curtin University in Australia. Please email Kozue Isozaki to request access for virtual participation, and make sure you include the information session title and date on your email. If you plan to attend in person, please RSVP.

Friday, November 18

11th Annual International Scholar Research Exposition
Bricker Hall, 1st and 2nd floor

The display is on the first and second floor of Bricker Hall, near the Office of the Vice President of Research. Current international J-1 visiting scholars to The Ohio State University were invited to submit research summaries and from those, 34 finalists were asked to create research posters for display. The posters will be on display in Bricker Hall during November and December 2016.