International Education Week 2014 - Sylvania

For more information, contact Linda Blanchette or Saundra Rose | Office of International Education

Sylvania Campus events

Drawing Competition

Tuesday, November 18th, 1 to 3pm, CC mall, Facilitators: Danielle Talla & Tatiana Karpova, WRC SY

Come and join us to draw something (anything you want) related to your culture or a culture you like. Best three drawings will win great prizes! Don't miss out!

International Scholarship Workshop

Tuesday November 18th, 4 to 5pm, TCB 208, Facilitators: Tatiana Karpova & Danielle Talla, WRC SY

This workshop will give you a great opportunity to increase your chances of winning scholarships. We will talk about how to apply for a scholarship, how to write an essay and other helpful topics.

ASPCC International Education Activities

Wednesday, November 19th, 11am to 4pm, Upper CC Mall, Facilitator: ASPCC

Various educational activities for students about international diversity in ASPCC/PCC.

Intercultural Reflection through Storytelling

Wednesday, November 19th, 1 to 3pm, Lib 204, Facilitator: Roxanne Richardson

Much of history is often communicated through the art of storytelling. Do you like to hear stories and tell stories? Come and learn about others cultures and share a bit of your own through intercultural reflection and storytelling!

Paths to Peace in Syria

Thursday November 20th, 11am to 12pm, ST 301, Facilitator: Sarah Bentley

Ahmad Borazan, instructor of economics at the University of Utah, grew up in Aleppo, Syria and will talk about the current failures of the Syrian state, descent into civil war, and possibilities for peace.

PCC's Got International Talent 2014

Friday, November 21st, 12 to 1pm, Little Theater (CT 201), Facilitators: Sarah Bailie & Luciana Diniz

Come check out the International Talent Show, featuring students from all over the world. Tickets are only $2.00 and available in the Tutoring Center (CT 208). Proceeds go to PCC ESOL Fund.

Fashion Show

Friday, November 21st, 1 to 1:30pm, Little Theater (CT 201), Facilitators: Danielle Talla & Tatiana Karpova, WRC SY

This event is a great opportunity to present a traditional costume of your culture and share that amazing part of you with other students at PCC!