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Office of Education Abroad Update, February 11, 2015: Issue 61

february 11, 2015: Issue 61

Students Invited to Attend Open Forum for Phase II of CWRU's Plan for Internationalization

Interested in CWRU's international focus? Join our open forum to discuss the latest draft of the Phase II Plan for Internationalization!

The Center for International Affairs invites the campus community to review and discuss the current draft of Phase II of the plan for internationalization. Phase II of the plan for internationalization,
which can be read in full here, has been developed incorporating and building upon the existing guiding principles of Phase I, the achievements of the past four years, and the changing needs of CWRU and its constituents. The Center is hosting an upcoming forum where recommendations for Phase II of the plan for internationalization will be presented and the campus community is invited to deliberate and provide input:

Monday, March 2nd 2015
3:30-5:00pm
Tinkham Veale University Center, Room 134 (Senior Classroom)

In January, 2012, the CWRU community adopted the first ever Plan for Internationalization (Phase I). By collaborating with and supporting faculty, staff, and students, many of the measurable recommendations set forth in the Phase I have been met or are on target to be met within the coming years. Moreover, CWRU’s vision and mission as set forth in CWRU’s new strategic plan 2013-2018 Think Beyond the Possible demonstrates a continuing commitment to promoting international endeavors and expanding CWRU on the world stage.

We look forward to the discussion and hearing your thoughts.


Announcements and Events

Summer Faculty Directed Study Abroad Courses Deadline Extended to March 15!
CWRU faculty are directing several study abroad courses this summer. From politics to engineering to art history, there is a program perfect for every student. Visit our
website to search the summer options.

Want to Study Abroad for More of the Summer?
CWRU has many approved summer study abroad options around the world. Visit our
website to see all summer study abroad options. The deadline for summer programs is April 1.

Fall and Academic Year Study Abroad
Apply now for our fall and academic year study abroad programs. View all of the
programs and meet with a study abroad advisor.The deadline for fall and academic year programs is March 1.

Selling your Study Abroad Experience to Employers
Thursday, February 19th from 12:30 – 1:30pm in Tomlinson 134
Hosted by the Office of Education Abroad and the Career Center, this workshop is ideal for students who have returned from studying abroad, or who already have a study abroad planned. Students will discover ways to incorporate their global skills into an interview, where to place study abroad on a resume, and how to use their international experiences to their advantage. Interested students should
RSVP in CWRULink through MyCareer.
 

Featured Programs: Study Abroad in France!


Interested in studying abroad in France this summer? Join one of our two faculty-directed study abroad courses offered in Paris.
 
During May Term, take  
FRCH/WLIT 308/408: The Paris Experience with Professor Cheryl Toman. The focus of this course is to discover Paris’s ethnic neighborhoods through the literature and culture of its African, Arab, and Asian communities.   Students visit cultural centers and museums, but also meet with authors and community leaders, attend an African dance session, and observe a literacy program for France’s newly arrived immigrants.  Students also debate social issues with French students concerning immigration and French identity.

We are also offering
ARTS 305: Study Abroad Paris Architecture: Design and Culture during the month of July.  This 4-week intensive summer course immerses students into a culture that solves architectural problems through a sophisticated apprecitation for design, aesthetics, and conceptualization. The program introduces students to critical inquiry through the shared principles and theories of Art, Architecture and Design. Using Paris as the classroom, students will visit well-known sites, museums and monuments as well as hidden gems as they explore this major world cultural center. While no art or drawing skills are required, participants at every level will learn how to improve their visual skills through sketching, observation studies and analyses.

The deadline for summer faculty led programs has been extended to March 15th!
Apply today!


 
In this issue:
  • Students Invited to Attend the Phase II of CWRU's Plan for Internationalization Open Forum
  • Announcements and Events
  • Featured Program
  • Application Deadlines
  • Upcoming Events
February 11, 2015

This update is published by The Office of Education Abroad (OEA) at Case Western Reserve University.  If you are not already subscribed to this update you can sign up here to receive this and other OEA communications.

Application Deadlines

Summer 2015 Faculty Directed Programs: Extended to March 15

Fall 2015: March 1

Academic Year 2015/16:
March 1

Summer 2015 Independent Programs: April 1
 
Meet with a Study Abroad advisor

To schedule a phone, Skype, or in-person appointment with a study abroad advisor, contact: studyabroad@case.edu
Upcoming Events

Selling your Study Abroad to Employers, Thursday, February 19th from 12:30 – 1:30pm in Tomlinson 134

Pre-Med Study Abroad Options featuring the Pre-Health Advisor,  Monday, March 2nd @  5:30pm, location TBD

All About Research Abroad, co-sponsored with SOURCE, Thursday, March 19th @ 4:00pm, location TBD



 
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