Internationally recognized, this FREE annual event is part of a joint initiative between the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education. It is open to campus and community members alike.This week offers a variety of fun and interesting events:

  • Keynote speaker, featured lectures and presentations
  • Panel discussions on current events and global topics
  • Workshops on studying, working and living abroad
  • Food, fun and more from around the world

Session Schedule 

A unit of credit is available for attending this event.

Sponsored by the Academic and Career Advising Center, Center for International Programs, the College of Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences, the College of Extended Education & Global Engagement, the International Studies Program, the HSU Library, the Centers for Academic Excellence, and the Global Connections Club.

International Education Week Around the World

Internationally recognized, this event is part of a joint initiative between the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education. Anyone interested in international education and exchange activities are encouraged to participate. For more information about what is happening globally, visit the U.S. Dept. of State website.

What is International Education Week (IEW)?

Interested in Participating in IEW?

If you are interested in sharing your global expertise, you are welcome to present during the week. Ways that you can be involved include:

  • Present your international research
  • Chair a panel of students who participated in a summer study abroad program
  • Host an internationally themed film, followed by a discussion
  • Consider holding your regular lecture (with global topics) as part of the event
  • Use IEW attendance for extra credit or make-up assignments
  • Encourage anyone to attend!

If you are a faculty member, you might consider moving your internationally themed lecture to a larger room to allow participants of International Education Week to join the lecture for the day. If you have been conducting research internationally, this would be a great opportunity to share your studies. If you have studied or taught in different regions of the world, you may share your findings with participants of the event.

For more information Contact:

Beth Wilson bwilson@humboldt.edu
Tani Sebro tani.sebro@humboldt.edu

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Keynote Speaker - Gregory Gottlieb

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