Upcoming Events: Fall 2023
Nov 3 (Friday), noon – 2pm: Internationalization Workshop (Zoom)
This is a special funding opportunity, available to both part-time and full-time faculty, directly from PCC!
Learn how to add an international component to your course, and how to apply for an ISC or NIEA mini-grant! Two PCC faculty will talk about their projects funded by these grants. Stipend available for part-time faculty. Register through MyCareer to get the Zoom link. Co-sponsored by the CTLE.
Nov 7 (Tues): noon-1pm: International Speaker Series: Ecuador
Dr. Ernesto Espindola: “Constitutional Instability in Ecuador”
From a psychoanalytically informed perspective, this work characterizes and accounts for Ecuador’s constitutional instability.
Stipend available for 10 part-time faculty. Register to get the zoom link.
Nov 17 (Friday), 12 noon – 2pm: ISC monthly meeting (Internationalization Steering Committee)
All faculty and staff are welcome! Email email@example.com to get the zoom link.
Add an Internationalization project to one of your classes and receive a mini-grant! The PCC Mini-Grant Application process for 2023-24 is open now. Go to the mini-grant page for application information.
We have a variety of ways to connect your students with International students, including the traditional Speed Culturing, Zoom Speed Culturing, and Penpals. See the links above for details, and for a link to sign up. Also, check out the Talk Time Cafe and ESOL Club.
International Events outside of PCC (some online and some in person):
- World Oregon
- University of Washington
- PSU Asian Studies
- PSU Japanese Studies
- U of 0 Center for Asian and Pacific Studies (CAPS)
- International Studies Association – Virtual Events
- Ukraine-related Events
- East-West Center (Hawaii)
- University of Hawaii
- World Affairs Council
- National Committee on North Korea
- 38 North (North Korea)