International Education Week 2023

Group of students on a hike in Oviedo, Spain

International Education Week

November 13-17, 2023

Created by the US Department of Education and the US Department of State, this annual celebration promotes the benefits of academic and cultural exchange. UO had 1,401 Ducks study abroad last year, will you be one of them?


Monday, November 13

Study Abroad Fair

Kick off International Education Week at GEO's study abroad fair! This event is open to all students to learn more about GEO and study abroad opportunities. Snacks and refreshments will also be provided. We're excited to see you there!

12-2 p.m. | Crater Lake North, EMU

Learn about GEO

CHC Study Abroad Info Session

Come join Prof. Ian McNeely for his presentation of his program Clark Honors College in Berlin, which offers two CHC colloquium. Following Prof. McNeely's presentation, CHC Liaison Quinne Hauth will discuss other study abroad opportunities for CHC students, such as exchange programs, GlobalWorks internships, and language programs, as well as the process to receive colloquium credit for non-CHC programs. 

4-4:45 p.m. | Chapman Hall (CHC Library)

Explore Clark Honors College in Berlin

Tuesday, November 14

Languages and Cultures of the World Trivia

Come see what the School of Global Studies and Languages has to offer and test your knowledge about world languages and cultures!

12-12:45 p.m. | Friendly 109

Explore Global Studies and Languages

Study Abroad in Africa Info Session

Come learn about study abroad opportunities in Africa! Speak with a GEO advisor for more information on programs that focus on global health and service learning, community development and social impact, and Swahili language and culture.

1-2 p.m. | Gerlinger 246

Explore programs in Africa

University Exchanges Info Session 

Ever thought about doing a university exchange program? Join us for an in-person info session to find out more! There will be a 20-minute presentation followed by a Q&A session with UO students who studied on an exchange program. 

4-5 p.m. | Mills International Center 

Explore Exchange Programs

Spanish-Speaking Countries Info Session

Join this info session to learn more about Spanish language-immersion study abroad programs!

5-6 p.m. | Straub 251

Explore Spanish language programs

Wednesday, November 15

CET Brazil Info Session and Q&A

Dig into social issues and challenge your perspectives with a semester in São Paulo! Using Brazil as a case study, take on a curriculum focused on understanding the dynamics of global poverty and inequality. Come join us and learn more!

12-1 p.m. | McKenzie 345

Explore CET Brazil

Summer in Italy Info Session

Discover the magic of Italy this summer! Whether you're an aspiring writer, an art enthusiast, or an adventurer at heart, we have the perfect opportunity for you. Join us to hear from faculty and alumni of Creative Writing in Tuscany, Combined Painting and Drawing in Siena, Italian Language in Lecce, and Exploring the Dolomites.

3-4 p.m. | McKenzie 473

Explore Summer Programs in Italy

Indigenous Rights and Environmental Justice in Bolivia

Are you studying environmental science, global studies, or Spanish? Study abroad in Bolivia! This program is focused on a lesser traveled location to meet with indigenous groups and discuss challenges they are facing with climate changes, human rights, business development, and more.

3:30-4 p.m. | Friendly 206

Explore Indigenous Rights and Environmental Justice in Bolivia

Art and Architecture in London

Led by a faculty member in the Department of the History of Art and Architecture, Art and Architecture in London immerses students in the global and culturally vibrant metropolis of London. Come to our info session to learn about this program!

4-5 p.m. | Fenton Hall 117

Explore Art and Architecture in London

Tropical Ecology in Ecuador Info Session

Come learn more about the Tropical Ecology in Ecuador program! This is a great STEM option for students who can earn 8 upper-division biology credits.

4-5 p.m. | Klamath Hall 5

Explore Tropical Ecology in Ecuador

Interviewing and Story Development in Mexico Info Session

Are you interested in journalism? Thinking about studying abroad? Join our info session to promote this faculty-led program being held next summer. You’ll hear from the program leader, award-winning journalist and broadcaster Professor Peter Laufer, about how to report from anywhere transcending language barriers.

5-6 p.m. | Friendly 214

Explore Interviewing and Story Development in Mexico

Thursday, November 16

Tropical Marine Biology in Panama Info Session (virtual)

GEO and the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology (OIMB) are excited to offer a program that will focus on the biology of tropical coastal habitats and relevant anthropogenic issues on both local and global scales. This program is open to Biology, Marine Biology, or Environmental Science majors. 

12-12:45p.m. | Zoom Link

Explore Marine Biology in Panama

Peace Corps and Global Service minor (Peace Corps Prep Certificate)

Come to learn more about Peace Corps and UO's Global Service Minor. 

 12-1 p.m. | Tykeson Commons

Explore Peace Corps Prep

Anthropology in Barbados Info Session

Spend the summer studying Anthropology in Barbados! You will have the chance to work on an archaeological site, learn about Barbados' cultural heritage from an applied anthropology perspective, and study local vervet monkey troops.

1-2 p.m. | Volcanology Building 101

Explore Anthropology in Barbados

 Romance Languages Info Session

Looking for a way to complete major or minor requirements? Dive inot the enchanting worlds of French, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese while immersing yourself in another culture. Come learn about our program offerings, scholarships, and the incredible experiences that await you!

 2-3 p.m. | Mills International Center

Explore Romance Language programs

Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Japan Info Session

Ever wanted to visit Japan? Study abroad in Kyoto with a focus on linguistics, language, and culture. You'll explore different themes such as food and language, writing, gender and language, and dialects. This info session will cover program logistics, coursework and excursions included in the program. 

3-4 p.m. | Friendly 206

Explore Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Japan

Gender & Sexuality in Greece

Gender & Sexuality in Ancient Greece offers a hands-on look into the world of ancient Athens and Crete. Explore ancient Greece's rich history of gender and sexuality in literature amidst the vibrant backdrop of Athens. Whether you're a classics aficionado or a newcomer, this program offers fresh perspectives on epic, tragedy, comedy, lyric, and oratory. Join us at our info session to discover more!

 4-5 p.m. | 348 McKenzie

Explore Gender & Sexuality in Greece

 SOJC Study Abroad Fair

Join us in the Allen Hall Atrium to learn more about faculty-led journalism programs abroad! Faculty leaders will be there to answer student questions. You’ll also get to hear from study abroad alumni about their experience.

 4-6 p.m. | Allen Hall Atrium

Explore programs for SOJC majors

friday, November 17

Nontraditional Student Scholarship and Study Abroad Funding Info Session

Current nontraditional student and Gilman Scholar Jessica Molina will share her experiences completing an internship abroad, including how she funded it. She will also share advice and tips for funding your education as a nontraditional student at UO. 

3-4 p.m. | EMU Coquille 104

GlobalWorks Fall Info Session #2

Want to learn more about international internships? Attend the second of two general info sessions to promote GlobalWorks summer 2024 programs. GlobalWorks international internship programs offer individualized placements for all majors, placements in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and Oceania, There are no language requirements to participate in any GlobalWorks program. 

4-5 p.m. | Mills International Center

Explore GlobalWorks Programs

Studio Art in Athens Info Session

Immerse yourself in Greek history and artistry this summer in Athens, Greece! You'll learn how to crate art that interprets objects, images and gestures from the natural world and culture of Greece. Join this info session to learn more about the program. 

12-1 p.m. | Lawrence 261

Explore Studio Art in Athens


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