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HUM 128 | 20th Century From a Global Perspective (Europe)

April 15th, 2014 by Huong
6/11-30/14 - Applications are invited from students to participate in a 3-unit | 3-week study abroad course course on The 20th Century From a Global Perspective led by Cynthia Rostankowski (2010 Salzburg Fellow & Director | Humanities Honors Program).  Participants in HUM 128 will visit historic sites in Germany, Belgium, France, and the Netherlands to explore the impact of major European events and developments from a humanistic point of view.  All-inclusive costs are approx $4,950, but this may be less if more students enroll.  Participants must have successfully passed the WST to receive credit for this course.  Applicants should submit the FLP Application Form as soon as possible.  Contact Dr. Rostankowski directly via email, campus phone (408-924-4508), or at her campus office (CL 441).

 

Cultural Showcase | Salzburg Scholars Club

April 15th, 2014 by Huong
4/17/14 @ 6:00-9:00 PM @ Student Union Ballroom - The Salzburg Scholars Club invites you to celebrate the rich cultural diversity we have here at San José State University!  Come and enjoy SJSU’s 1st annual Cultural Showcase featuring performances by various student groups who engage in cultural art forms as part of their focus.  This event will offer you a unique glimpse into the many cultural perspectives that can be found here at SJSU – featuring everything from Chinese, Mexican, and Eritrean music and dance to modern and contemporary ballet, traditional Filipino music, German, Italian and French opera, hip hop, and much, much more!  Bring your friends, bring a date, and join us for an evening of multicultural celebration!  Spartan Shops Street Eats will be selling fusion tacos outside of the Student Union.  See the attached flyer for more information, join the event on Facebook, or RSVP directly.

 

Mini-Salzburg Conference | West Valley College

April 15th, 2014 by Huong
4/11/14 - West Valley College hosted its 3rd annual Mini-Salzburg Conference in cooperation with the SJSU Salzburg Program, part of its growing partnership with San Jose State to promote global citizenship.  Confronting Urgent Issues: Globalization, Community Colleges, and Immigration featured an opening talk on “Globalization and the Community College” by Jochen Fried (Director of Education | Salzburg Global Seminar) and also included presentations on the “SJSU Global Certificate” by Steve Branz (2007 Salzburg Fellow) and Kate Davis (2012 Salzburg Fellow) and a presentation on the “Global Citizenship Pipeline Project” by Ken Hawthorn (2012 Salzburg Scholar).  Contact Cynthia Napoli-Reiss (2010 WVC Salzburg Fellow) for more information.

 

Global Career Day | College of Business

April 15th, 2014 by Huong
4/9/14 - The College of Business hosted its first Global Career Day, which was attended by 450+ participants and featured a keynote address by SJSU alumna Jenny Ming, President & CEO of Charlotte Russe.  Conceived and organized by Malu Roldan (2013 Salzburg Fellow) and Tanvi Kothari 2013 Salzburg Fellow), with the assistance of Skylar Lewandowski (2013 Salzburg Scholar) and other students in CoB, the event included 3 panels addressing academic and practical aspects of global careers as well as a networking lunch and resource fair.  CoB Dean David Steele (2011 Salzburg Fellow) and Bill Reckmeyer (SJSU Salzburg Program Director) presented brief welcoming remarks and served on the panel examining the Value of Global Education, which also included presentations by Alice Hines (2011 Salzburg Fellow) and Travis Lopez(2012 Salzburg Scholar).  Contact by Malu Roldan or Tanvi Kothari for more information.

 

HUM 128 | 20th Century From a Global Perspective (Europe)

April 1st, 2014 by Huong
6/11-30/14 - Applications are invited from students to participate in a 3-unit | 3-week study abroad course course on The 20th Century From a Global Perspective led by Cynthia Rostankowski (2010 Salzburg Fellow & Director | Humanities Honors Program).  Participants in HUM 128 will visit historic sites in Germany, Belgium, France, and the Netherlands to explore the impact of major European events and developments from a humanistic point of view.  All-inclusive costs are approx $4,950, but this may be less if more students enroll.  Participants must have successfully passed the WST to receive credit for this course.  Applicants should submit the FLP Application Form as soon as possible.  Contact Dr. Rostankowski directly viaemail, campus phone (408-924-4508), or at her campus office (CL 441).

 

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