International Education Week 2013 - Southeast
Southeast Campus events
International Education Week Photo Competition
Participate now! facebook.com/aspcc.southeast, Sponsors: ASPCC Southeast Leadership Team
Post your beautiful and interesting photos from travel or other cultural experiences on the ASPCC Southeast Facebook page! Then, vote on the photos by “liking” them. Photos can be taken at any location but they must be your original photograph. The photos with the most “likes” will win! The top three winners will be announced at the I Night event on Thursday, Nov. 14 from 4-6pm in the Great Hall.
Cultural Exhibits and Displays
Tuesday, Nov. 12 - Thursday, Nov. 14, 10-1pm, Great Hall, Presenters: Trina Hing and students from the ESOL Club
Students will present informational displays and food samples from a variety of cultures and countries. Stop by to enjoy and to learn about our diverse students!
Tea Transcending Cultures
Tuesday, Nov. 12, 11-1pm, Great Hall, Facilitators: Esther Loanzon and members of the ELC Diversity Council
Tea plays a special role in many different cultures. Stop by to taste distinctive tea and cookies and witness unique elements of cultural tea ceremonies from Britain, Russia, and Somalia.
Wednesday, Nov. 13, Session1: 10-11am, Session2: 11-12 noon, Mt. Scott Hall 201, Facilitators: Marie Mahon and Jennifer Poinar
Come learn about the cultures and countries of several PCC ESOL students at this fun and fast-paced session of speed culturing! All are welcome but space is limited; please email Marie to RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Student and Staff Panel Discussion
Wednesday, Nov. 13, 12 noon - 1:30pm, Mt Scott Hall 203, Facilitators: Esther Loanzon
PCC international students and staff have amazing stories to tell! Come listen as panelists discuss their experiences in their home countries and here in Portland. Panelists will include student Naho Katagiri, staff member Christine Egan, and other PCC students, faculty, and staff.
Thursday, Nov. 14, 4-6pm, Great Hall, Facilitators: ASPCC Southeast Leadership Team
I Night is an opportunity for students to share their cultures with you! This event is free, open to the public, and family-friendly. There will be games, food, music, entertainment, and more. It’s a great opportunity to meet students and share the diversity of the many different cultures represented at PCC Southeast.