Monday, November 12
- UE Study Abroad Fair
Information, Applications, Scholarship Sources, Prizes, and More
11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Bernhardt Atrium, Schroeder School of Business Building
Refreshments sponsored by the Office of Study Abroad and the Department of Foreign Languages
The Study Abroad Fair offers an opportunity for UE students to gain easy access to information about the many study abroad opportunities available to them AND to gain insight into the importance of direct experience in international education as undergraduates.
At the Study Abroad Fair, there will be representatives, information, and applications for the following programs:
- Harlaxton College Semester Programs, Fall 2013 and Spring 2014
- Harlaxton College Summer Program Summer 2013
- The Mongolia Data Collection Project
- Tropical Biology of Costa Rica
- Upcoming UE Faculty-led programs to:
- Brazil - Spring 2013 – Contemporary Business Issues in Brazil; BUS 380
- China – Summer 2013 – Comparative Health Care Systems US and China; HSA 499, HSA 599, NURS 395
- UK – Summer 2013 – Comparative Health Care Systems US and UK; HSA 499, HSA 599
- Israel – Summer 2013 – The Jezreel Expedition; ARCH 395
- Affiliated International Programs for Study and Internships in Summer 2013, Fall 2013, and Spring 2014
- Study for wide range of majors
- Language study
- For-credit internships
- Scholarship opportunities for undergraduate study abroad, graduate study abroad, research and teaching abroad
- Center for Career Development and the Big Guide to Living and Working Overseas
- The Institute for Global Enterprise
UE Students who attend the fair are encouraged to enter a drawing to win prizes including:
- Coffee or Tea with Dr. Kazee
- Time for informal conversation with our President regarding your personal international aspirations and those he holds for the University of Evansville
- Lunch the Institute Leader
- Three students will join the IEW 2012 Featured Speaker, Dan Miller, Executive Director of the Institute for Global Enterprise, for conversation and connections.
- Lesson with Language Faculty
- A cultural and culinary exchange blending language lesson with cooking lesson
- Center for Career Development résumé review with international focus
- $100 travel voucher
- Student Tickets to Friday’s 26th Annual International Bazaar
- AND MORE!!!!
- Featured Speaker: Dan Miller, Executive Director, Institute for Global Enterprise
Experiences from My Global Career: Perspectives on Lessons Learned
Smythe Lecture Hall, Room 170, Schroeder School of Business Building
Reception immediately following sponsored by the Institute for Global Enterprise
Visit the featured speaker web page for more information.
Tuesday, November 13
- UE Student Presentations: International Study, Research, and Internship Experiences
8:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m
Rooms 253, 254, 255 Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center
Refreshments sponsored by the Department of English and the International Studies Program
8:15 Study Abroad: Managua, Nicaragua
Mary Pugh, Senior, Spanish and Economics
9:00 Study and Service Learning Abroad: Stellenbosch, South Africa
Bethany Murphy, Senior, International Studies and Political Science
10:00 Mi Casa es Su Casa: Lessons from a Latin American Home-Stay Experience
Anna Zull, Class of 2012 Alumna, Spanish
11:00 Study and Research Abroad: Salzburg, Austria, The Mozart Project
Melanie Bacaling, Senior, Music Performance
12:00 noon Study and Research Abroad: Pune, India
Brenna Blazis, Junior, Special Education
1:00 Study and Intern Abroad: Cannes, France
Lillian Steckman, Junior, Theatre Stage Management
2:00 Living in Japan, Summer Study Abroad
Alexandra Statham, Junior, Computer Science Major; Japanese Studies Minor
3:00 Model United Nations
Adam Anthony; Carson Brock; Tyson Buening; Amy Chaffee; Leah Douglas; Joseph Estes; James Hatfield; Judith Hillyer; Alexandra Hollingsworth; Samantha Miller; Caitlyn Mumm; Lesley Nash; Dennis Tedrow; Whitney Thompson; Leslie Trotter; Anna Whiteman; Kathryn Wigglesworth
4:00 The Summer 2012 Mongolia Data Collection Project
Catherine Albers; Phoebe Hodina; Jyl Loehr, Matthew Preble, Katelyn Spainhour, Kyle Tiemann,Kevin Ulrich, Christopher West
- Aces Abroad Panel Discussion
Focus on the Middle East: The Jezreel Expedition
Learn about the Summer 2012 archaeological survey and plans for excavation in 2013 on this University of Evansville/University of Haifa joint expedition.
7:00 p.m. Room 71, Schroeder School of Business Building
Refreshments sponsored by the Office of Study Abroad
The 2012 Aces Abroad Panel Discussion is an opportunity for the UE and Evansville community to learn more about this exciting joint project co-sponsored by the University of Evansville and the University of Haifa. Panelists will include the co-director of the expedition and two UE students who participated in the 2012 survey of the site. Discussion will include cultural and historical learning at the site, a review of technological (LIDAR) and field methods used in 2012 and planned for 2013, along with the broader goals and plans for the expedition. While the Summer 2012 UE group included primarily students and recent graduates who were Archaeology majors, it is hoped that participants representing diverse membership in the UE community will eventually join the expedition, including students from a variety of disciplines, faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, and others.
- Dr. Norma Franklin, Field Archaeologist, The Zinman Institute of Archaeology, University of Haifa
- Dr. Franklin is co-director, with Dr. Jennie Ebeling, of the Jezreel Expedition
- Hilda Torres, Senior, Archaeology and Spanish
Wednesday, November 14
- 30 Minute Language and Culture Capsules
Interactive Mini-language Lessons Open to All!
11:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Eykamp Hall, Rooms 253, 254, 255; Ridgway University Center
11:00 a.m. Persian Dr. Mohammad K. Azarian, Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics
11:30 a.m. Spanish Ms. María D. Milla Lara, Fulbright Language Teaching Assistant
Department of Foreign Languages
12:00 noon Arabic Dr. Yasser Alhenawi, Assistant Professor of Finance
Department of Accounting and Business Administration
12:30 p.m. Italian Mr. Francesco Planchenstainer –Graduate Intern
Institute for Global Enterprise
1:00 p.m. French Dr. Roger J. Pieroni, Associate Professor of French
Chair, Department of Foreign Languages
1:30 p.m. Mandarin Chinese Mrs. Minyan Jing, Visiting Instructor of Chinese
Department of Foreign Languages
2:00 p.m. Thai Dr. Todsapon Thananatthanachon, Asst. Prof. of Chemistry
Department of Chemistry
2:30 p.m. Wolof Dr. William (Bill) Hemminger, Professor of English and French
Chair, Department of English
3:00 p.m. Portuguese Dr. Diana Rodríguez Quevedo, Assistant Professor of Spanish
Department of Foreign Languages
Mr. Jonas Araujo, Int’l Exchange Student-Brazil, IEC
- I-House Poetry Reading
Rhyme and rhythm in languages from around the globe
Class of 1959 Gallery and Lounge; Ridgway University Center
Refreshments sponsored by I-House
For IEW this special Wednesday I-House includes poetry readings from UE students and community. Don’t miss the opportunity to join the audience…or to read one of your own favorite poems!
Thursday, November 15
- Your International Internship: Making it Work
Informal panel discussion on the value and challenges of international internships
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Vectren Executive Board Room, Room 270, Schroeder School of Business Building
Light buffet lunch sponsored by the Institute for Global Enterprise, open both before and after
Moderator: Mr. Dan Miller
Featured Speaker IEW 2012
Executive Director of the Institute for Global Enterprise
- Mr. Francesco Planchenstainer, Graduate Intern at Mead Johnson Nutrition through Institute for Global Enterprise
- Ms. Chelsea Abplanalp, Senior, Business Administration
- Ms. Katherine Ciccarelli, Director of Program Development, Institute for Global Enterprise
- Ms. Kim Sherman, Director of Career Advancement, Schroeder School of Business Building
- Dr. Wesley Milner; Iglehart Chair in Political Science, Department of Law, Politics and Society; Director, International Studies
Friday, November 16
- 26th Annual International Bazaar – International Club (ISC)
4:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center
Admission: $10 general, $7 UE Student, FREE for children 8 and under
(All proceeds from this event benefit UNICEF)
The International Club (ISC) is proud to host this popular annual event through which the UE family and families from the Evansville community are invited to learn about traditions, foods and fun in many cultures. Bring your family and sample international cuisine, make origami creations, and watch cultural performances. We are celebrating peace through the display of 1,000 paper cranes. Your presence and contribution will help promote world-wide peace.
This family-friendly event is free to children 8 and under.
Student tickets are $7 and general admission is $10.
All proceeds go to UNICEF.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for ticket information.
View the Peace Crane video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2YYteS4tgQ