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International Education Week

International Education Week (IEW)

International Education Week is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide.  This joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education is part of efforts to prepare students for a global environment by studying, learning and exchanging experiences.  A number of institutions across the country acknowledge and celebrate this week.

This year's International Education Week is November 1-5, 2021.  


How does UD do International Education in the COVID era?

International Education Week 2020: How does UD do International Education in the COVID era?

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Study Abroad Alumni Panel

Tuesday, November 2 | 7:30-8:30pm | Virtual
 Engage with recent UD alums who participated in an education abroad experience while at UD. Hear about those experiences and how they impacted their trajectory. Alumni will discuss the role that education abroad has played in their graduate school choice and in their careers. Moderated by Jason Eckert, Executive Director of Career Services. To register, please click here. 

How do I get a passport?

Thursday, November 4 | 1:00pm-1:45pm | KU 310
During this session, staff from the Office of Education Abroad, as well as UD students, will walk you through the process of how to get a passport. We will go through the steps and answer any questions you may have. All are welcome and no registration is required.

International Festival

Friday, November 5 | 3:30-6:30pm | Kennedy Union Ballroom and Boll Theater
Join us as we celebrate our international students through performances, a fashion show, cultural booths, and an assortment of games from around the world. This event is open and free to campus. This is a PATH eligible event. 

Allyship Across Cultures

Saturday, November 6 | 8:30am-4:30pm | Virtual, listed in 1850
This is a virtual AVIATE event where students will consider how to be culturally responsible travelers, whether visiting a different region within the U.S. or another country. Students will consider how aspects of one’s identity can impact a person’s experiences across cultures. 



Center for International Programs

Rike Center
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1701
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