Passport Info Pop-up!
Come learn about everything the US Passport Facility on campus offers. At this info pop-up we can assist you with passport application forms, schedule an appointment, and give information regarding US passport issues or photos. We would love to help you with your globetrotting needs! Questions? Contact us at (812) 855-9086 (select option #2) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Put a Pin In It: International Button Making
Stop by the button making station in Wells Library lobby to make your own globally themed button!
SPEA International Studies Office presents SPEA Study Abroad Fair
Stop by the SPEA international office to enjoy FREE pizza and learn about Study abroad opportunities provided by SPEA!
HooSher Bhangra Cookie and Cocoa Fundraiser
International Stories from Home
1-3 p.m. and 4-6 p.m.
Dunn Meadow Stage Stories from Home Mobile Unit
The Office of International Services is celebrating its 75th anniversary and International Education Week by capturing candid conversations with our alums, friends, students, and community. Submit your information to register for a conversation in the Stories from Home mobile podcasting studio, an extension of the IU is Home storytelling campaign. The trailer will be set up for recording on the stage in Dunn Meadow at the times listed below. Pre-registration is encouraged, and each conversation lasts between 20-30 minutes. Register in advance for a specific half-hour time block. Email email@example.com with any questions.
Sana Haroon (UMass-Boston), "On Sacred Ground: Emerging Control in South Asian Mosques"
Hamilton Lugar School or Global and International Studies 1060
Professor Haroon's lecture is presented by the Islamic Studies Program, with co-sponsorship from the Dhar India Studies Program.
Eye of the Photographer: Anya Peterson Royce
This talk examines Anya Peterson Royce's 51 years of photographing the southern Oaxaca city of Juchitán and its people. Royce, Chancellor's Professor of Anthropology and Comparative Literature at IU, notes that what she chose to photograph changed as she became more comfortable being a whole person, with all the vulnerability that comes with it. The event will be free and open to the public.
Asian/Asian American Students Abroad Panel
Asian Culture Center
Study abroad returnees will share their overseas experience while addressing the ways in which to overcome the possible fear of traveling and studying abroad, how students diverse identities played a role in their choice of program and experience, share obstacles that they faced and how they eventually overcame those obstacles. The students will also speak about how studying abroad changed their views about people and the world. Passport Giveaway at the end!
Masks Become Us! By SOCCA
La Casa - 715 e. 7th St
Mask-making has spiritual and social functions globally. The masking tradition came to the Caribbean via African and European cultures. Mask-making has therapeutic value and is shown to be helpful in the aftermath of the major hurricanes that are ever more prevalent today. The mission of our Student Organization to Promote Caribbean Culture & Arts (SOCCA) is self evident in the title. Through the current project we intend to share simple techniques of making masks and share information on its usefulness as an educational tool.
Crimson Clover Irish Dancers at IU presents Intro to Irish Dance Day
Wildermuth Court 3
Come try out Irish dance for an evening as we go over some basic footwork so that we can do ceili dances! Ceili is the social form of Irish dancing, so the more the merrier. Whether you’ve been dancing all your life or you’ve never danced a step in your life, come join us!
(It’s free!) “But what does ceili look like?” you ask. Let dancers from the Riverdance crew show you. Send a Facebook message to the Crimson Clover Irish Dancers at IU with any questions. See you there!
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Practical English Tutorials (PET)
Improve your English-speaking skills and learn from native speakers who are eager to share their knowledge of the language. Sessions focus on topics like slang, holidays, and American culture in general. No reservations are necessary—stop by and join us anytime. We meet twice a week during fall and spring semester. It’s a great way to make new friends.
Immigration Options After Graduation
Hodge Hall 1050
Thinking you would like to work in the United States after you graduate? Join us for this session with attorneys from Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernson, & Loewy LLP to hear about what visa options are available.
You will learn about the H-1B application process and timeline, how to educate employers on the sponsorship process, and current trends and changes to immigration law.
IMU Global Music Series
An evening to see performances and listen to music from around the world while staying in the comfort of the IMU.