Events

In honor of International Education Week:
World Celebration Exploration
Join us and celebrate all things international. Refreshments will be provided.
November 16, 2017   |   Mills Center   |   5 - 7pm
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Featured Events

International Education Week Returned Peace Corps Panel
Monday, Nov. 13, HEDCO 142, 6 - 7:30pm

DIGNITY: Tribes in Transition
Tuesday, Nov. 14, Museum of Natural and Cultural History, 11am - 5pm

Study Abroad Info Session: Marketing in Vienna
Wednesday, Nov. 15, Lillis Business Complex, Room 185, 5 - 6pm

Demystifying Media: Israeli Media & Threats to Press Freedoms
Thursday, Nov. 16, Columbia Hall 150, 2 - 3pm

International Student Association - Coffee Hour
Friday, Nov. 17, LLC South Performance Hall, 4 - 6pm

Turning Points: Our Journeys to Global Citizenship
Friday, Nov. 17, Mills International Center, 1:30 - 3:30pm

 

 


Cross Cultural Events on Campus

Food For Lane County - Gardens

October 4, 2014

Where: Grassroots Garden

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the Aftermath of the Arab Spring: Persistent Challenges and Questions

May 29, 2014

Where: Jaqua Academic Center Room 101

Three years after the Arab Spring, the peoples of the Middle East and North Africa still grapple with many questions about who will rule, and how. The civil war in Syria drags on; the Israeli-Palestinian conflict endures without resolution; and governments in many countries and regions face popular challenges to their authority. This symposium engages the University of Oregon and Eugene communities in a vibrant discussion of these and other critical issues in the Middle East, North Africa, and beyond.

In the Aftermath of the Arab Spring: Persistent Challenges and Questions

May 29, 2014

Where: John E. Jaqua Academic Center, Room 101

Three years after the Arab Spring, the peoples of the Middle East and North Africa still grapple with many questions about who will rule, and how.  The civil war in Syria drags on, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict endures without resolution, and governments in many countries and regions face popular challenges to their authority. This symposium engages the University of Oregon and Eugene communities in a vibrant discussion of these and other critical issues in the Middle East, North Africa, and beyond.

The Right to Resist Development: Ethnocide and Ecocide in Amazonia

May 28, 2014

Where: Ford Lecture Hall at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

The Latin American Studies Program oonce again presents the Las Casas Lecture in Latin American Studies. This is an annual event that features prominent scholars, writers, and activists whose work exemplifies a commitment with social justice and human rights. This year, professor Stefano Varese (Native American Studies, UC Davis) will deliver the 2014 Bartolomé de las Casas Lecture in Latin American Studies on "The Right to Resist Development: Ethnocide and Ecocide in Amazonia."

Water, Energy, Access: Information and Communications Technology in Rural Zambia

May 22, 2014

Where: Jaqua Academic Center auditorium. 1615 East 13th Ave. Eugene, OR

This certificate program is a collaborative venture among the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Architecture and Allied Arts, and the School of Journalism and Communication.

International Studies Pizza Night

May 12, 2014

Where: EMU Metolius Room

Come have pizza with your globe-trotting peers. This event is meant to help students network with other INTL majors any other students with an interest in global topics.

If you have questions, please contact Amy Krol akrol@uoregon.edu

Pilipino Culture Night

May 4, 2014

Where: EMU Ballroom

Kultura Pilipinas presents the 2014 Pilipino Culture Night.

39th Annual Lu'au

May 3, 2014

Where: EMU Ballroom

Study Abroad Meet & Greet with AHA site directors

May 1, 2014

Where: LLC South Performance Hall

If you are interested in a study abroad opportunity, come and meet with site directors Sue Crust of Angers, France, Carmen Arrúe of Oviedo, Spain, and Marian Rubio Herrero of Segovia, Spain.

Attendees will also have the chance to speak with former study abroad students as well as other students interested in studying abroad in France and Spain.

Light refreshments will be served and all University of Oregon students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend.
 

Civil Unrest and Land Governance in Sub-Saharan Africa

May 1, 2014

Where: Knight Library Browsing Room

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