International Education Week 2021

Alyssa Cressotti
November 10, 2021
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The week of November 15 is International Education Week—an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. Join the Office of International Students and Scholars for a variety of programming and resources.

Tuesday, November 16

Fulbright US Student Program Information Session
2:00 p.m.3:30 p.m. | Register to attend
The Fulbright US Student Program provides grants for individually designed study/research projects or for English Teaching Assistant Programs. Candidates submit a Statement of Grant Purpose defining activities to take place during one academic year in a participating country outside the US. Learn more about the US Student Fulbright Program.

How to Host an International Scholar
3:30 p.m.4:15 p.m.
Meeting ID:
978 5343 2581 | Password: Scholars
Faculty and staff can learn how an academic department at Pace can host international scholars on a J-1 visa. Mira Krasnov, director of International Scholars, will go over the timeline, processes, and paperwork needed to host international scholars at Pace. Learn more about visiting scholars.

Wednesday, November 17

How to Choose Where to Go Abroad
12:10 p.m.1:10 p.m.
Meeting ID: 913 4938 4732 | Password: PACEABROAD

Pace Education Abroad offers more than 75 study abroad programs in 50 countries around the world. With so many options, how will you choose? Pace Peer Abroad Leader Marie Oyinlola will talk about her experiences abroad in France and England, and help you decide how to pick a program and destination that is the best fit for you.

Go for Baroque!
University of Mannheim (Germany) Info Session
12:10 p.m.1:10 p.m. | Attend on Zoom
This session is for Pace students interested in studying for a semester abroad in the heart of Western Europe, where you’ll live and study (in English) at the best business school in Germany—alongside a very international student body. Take your classes in one of the largest Baroque palaces in Europe! All financial aid and scholarships travel with you. Co-hosted by the Pace Study Abroad Club (@pace_studyabroadclub) and led by Lubin Honors student Erika Hostrop.

Faculty Fulbright Scholar Program 2023–24: Ask Us Anything
2:00 p.m.3:00 p.m. | Register to attend
Join IIE’s interactive session to learn more about things faculty members can do now to prepare for a successful Fulbright US Scholar Program application for 2023–2024. Program staff will discuss award opportunities, the application and selection process, and answer questions!

Thursday, November 18

Developing a Faculty-Led Study Abroad Course
3:25 p.m.4:25 p.m.
Meeting ID:
947 9457 2713 | Password: PACEABROAD
Education Abroad will discuss how faculty can create their own faculty-led study abroad course, from the early stages of development to leading a group of Pace students abroad—with time at the end for Q&A. Faculty-led programs are Pace courses led by Pace professors that feature a short-term study abroad experience. This session is open to any faculty from any department wishing to explore the opportunity to bring the classroom into the field.

Passport PALooza
3:25 p.m.4:25 p.m.
One Pace Plaza | Tabling Center | NYC Campus
Thinking about studying or traveling abroad? Stop by our table hosted by Peer Abroad Leaders (PALs) to learn about their experiences overseas and to pick up a passport application.

Friday, November 19

Walk Across the Brooklyn Bridge at Sunset
4:30 p.m. | Reserve your space
Join the International Student Club and the Commuter Student Organization for a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge during sunset with an optional ice cream spot at the end! Come along and meet international students and members from the Commuter Student Organization!

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