By William Goodrich, IES Marketing Lead
Don’t miss the upcoming annual celebration of SJSU International Week. When you see the flags of the world hung in the lobby of King Library, one can’t help but be proud of our diverse campus community. International Week provides an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to broaden their cultural perspective, experience thought-provoking lectures on global subjects and collaboratively examine issues of diversity. This year’s program includes a powerhouse line-up of dynamic female voices from all walks of life. We recommend International Week events for all students, particularly those whose focus of study includes social sciences, humanities, global studies, business and communication. Departments are invited to take part in “I Week” by hosting their own specific cultural events or by bringing classes to the events listed below. We look forward to celebrating International Week with you. For more information, contact us.
Global Breakfast, hosted by Jennifer Waldrop, nutritionist from the Student Health Center –
Understanding global breakfast options to better understand global cultures.
Monday, November 14 from 8 – 11 a.m., located between Sweeney Hall and the Spartan Complex
The Human Condition, an Ethnographic Presentation by Bridget Stevens –
A cross-cultural exploration into the human need for hope.
Tuesday, November 15 at 3:15 p.m. in King 225/229
Torn Apart; United by Love, Divided by Law, with author Judy Rickard –
Immigration issues impacting same-sex couples.
Thursday, Nov. 17 at noon in King 225/229
From the USA to the UAE a Documentary by Diane Guerrazzi –
SJSU short-term study abroad students document issues such as censorship, torture and hierarchical class systems.
Monday, November 14 at noon in King 255/257
Wednesday, November 16 at noon in King 255/257
Friday, November 18 at 11 a.m. in King 255/257
International IQ Quiz, hosted by International House and Int’l Programs & Services –
Join us to test your global knowledge, win prizes and enjoy lunch.
Friday, November 18 from 12:30 – 3:30 p.m. in the Dining Commons
***All events are open and free to the campus community.