think: international CWRU Newsletter, December 5, 2014


IN THIS ISSUE:
  • Global Talk Spring 2015 Series
  • Open Doors: International Student Numbers


 

News and Announcements 


Global Talk Series 2015

think: Fall/Winter 2014 (Global Reach)
 
December 17, 2PM EST: Webinar for France and Germany Fulbright International Education Administrators Programs.  Program staff and recent alums from both programs will share their experience and advice. (App Deadline for two week programs is February 2, 2015)

New Fulbright Scholar Opportunities:
  1. Visiting Faculty Development Programs designed to bring Junior Iraqi, Lebanese, and Palestinian scholars to U.S. host institutions for faculty development, mentoring, and cultural exchange activities. (App Deadlines vary between late November 2014 and January 2015)
  2. Postdoctoral Awards (App Deadline: January 15, 2015)
  3. Arctic Initiative  (International App Deadline:February 2, 2015 / U.S. App Deadline: February 16, 2015)
Call for Peer Reviewers: Core Fulbright Scholar Program and Fulbright Specialist Program
 

Funding Opportunities
 

The Confucius China Studies Joint Research Ph.D. Fellowship offers generous funding to students in doctoral programs at U.S. institutions who are pursuing China-related research across a broad range of fields in the arts, education, humanities and social sciences (App Deadline: January 29, 2015)
 

The 2015-2016 Whitaker International Program provides funding for biomedical engineers/bioengineers to conduct a field-relevant activity abroad (Fellows and Scholars Program Deadline: January 20, 2015 | Summer Program Deadline: February 3, 2015)
 


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Tomlinson Hall, Room 143
Cleveland, Ohio 44106-7031
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www.case.edu/international

The Center for International Affairs provides leadership, expertise, and support to the Case Western Reserve University community, cultivating a dynamic international presence and inspiring a culture of global understanding and responsibility.

 

Global Talk Spring 2015 Series 



The Center for International Affairs is excited to announce the Spring 2015 Global Talk Series!

The Global Talk Series was created in order to provide CWRU faculty and staff with support, guidance, and information regarding international programs, research, and activities.  Our Center continually monitors international programming trends and best practices in order to assist faculty and staff with integrating international dimensions into all facets of CWRU.
 
We are kicking off the Spring Series on Thursday, January 8th:
 

  • SAY MY NAME WORKSHOP + SUPPORTING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN THE CLASSROOM
     

Thursday, January 8, 2015 
12:00-1:30pm, Nord 356

 
This workshop is designed to provide faculty with tips on international name pronunciation (bring your class roster) and tools to work with a diverse population of students, allowing domestic and international students to have a meaningful educational experience.  


We hope you will join us for this initial session and explore future topics: 2015 Series 
 
The Global Talk series is open to all faculty and staff.  An RSVP is required by the Tuesday before the event date.  Lunch is provided.

If you have ideas for future topics or if you would like to collaborate with us, please feel free to contact the Center for International Affairs.


 

 


Open Doors 2014 Reports Impressive Numbers for CWRU and Ohio


 
The Open Doors report, an annual publication by the Institute of International Education in partnership with the U.S. Department of State, was recently released and confirms that international educational is thriving at CWRU and in Ohio. 

The report finds that the United States hosted 886,052 international students in the 2013/14 academic year – a record number, and Ohio ranks as the #8 state in the U.S. for international students at colleges and universities.  In particular, CWRU with 16.1% international student enrollment, has one of the highest 2013/14 percentages among research universities in Ohio.   In addition, international students are estimated to have contributed just under $912 million to the state economy.   The full report can be found by visiting the Open Doors data portal.

Our international student population at CWRU continues to grow (see Fall 2014 numbers) reinforcing CWRU’s commitment to promote international endeavors and expand CWRU on the world stage. 

 

 
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