International Education Week - November 17-21, 2014

International Education Week is a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education that is celebrated annually to promote international education and exchange. During this week long celebration, the Center for International Studies will schedule events, sessions, and activities to highlight St. Cloud State’s support of international education.


In recognition of this year’s International Education Week (November 17-21), the Center for International Studies will highlight campus events, large and small, that provide a global perspective.


This year's schedule: Coming Soon!


Weeklong Activities:

Worldwide Book Drive

This book drive is a way to gather books to benefit our global community. All types of books will be accepted. This includes fiction, non fiction, textbook, reference, children books, and library discards. Books in all conditions are accepted.

The book drive will run through November 1-30. *Drop boxes are located in Lawrence Hall, Atwood Memorial Center, Miller Center, and Administrative Services.

Education Abroad Photography Contest Voting

All photo entries for the Education Abroad Photography Contest will be on display for voting for the People’s Choice Award. Only one vote per person and votes will only be accepted by students/faculty/staff with an SCSU e-mail address.

Library Resources on Study Abroad & International Education

A display will highlight the library materials that support study abroad, learning about world cultures, and countries represented by SCSU international students.
Books will be available for checkout unless they are from the Reference Collection.

Display will be located in the Library, Miller Center.



Passport to the World - November 9, 2014

Passport to the World is centered around a different theme each year and is specifically geared toward children. During this event, student organizations representing countries and regions from all over the world have booths where “global citizens” can stop by to learn from and interact with student representatives. A special passport is given to all participants to keep track of their journey around the world.


Passport to the World is a free, annual event that is held every year and is put on by International Student Association.


This year's event poster



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