Library Events Area ~ 3:30-6:30pm
As a part of International Education Week 2017, the Center for Global Engagement is having International Day at Indiana State.
The expo will include the following nations: Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Japan, Liberia, Mexico, Nigeria, India, Great Britain, Brazil, Switzerland, Zanzibar, Zimbabwe, Ukraine and Saudi Arabia.
11:00am-1:00 pm – Library Events Area
God Grew Tired of Us: God Grew Tired of Us is a 2006 documentary film about three of the “Lost Boys of Sudan“, a group of some 25,000 young men who have fled the wars in Sudan since the 1980s, and their experiences as they move to the United States. The film was written and directed by Christopher Dillon Quinn.
Global Engagement is hosting this event as part of International Education Week.
11/06/2017 – Have I got a Story for You (5:30-7:00pm) Library Events Area
The Communication Department’s guest speaker, Bobby Hawthorne, will speak. All invited to attend
11/07/2017 – Election Returns with American Democracy Project (6:30-8:30pm) Library Events Area
11/08/2017 – Schick-Cordell Dinner (5:00-11:00pm) Library Events Area – reservations only
11/11/2017 – Indiana Junior Classical League’s Fall Latin Day (9:00am-4:00 pm) Library Events Area
High School students from all over Indiana will attend this all day conference. [for registrants only]
11/13/2017 – Books from Around the World (10:00am-3:00 pm) Library Events Area
Global Engagement is hosting this event as part of International Education Week. All invited to attend.
11/14/2017 – God Grew Tired of Us screening and panel discussion (11:00am-1:00pm) Library Events Area
Global Engagement is hosting this event as part of International Education Week. All invited to attend
2-4pm Wed. October 11 – Library Events Area
The history of students and faculty at ISU of Hispanic/Latino descent will be explored through original documents, archival photos, and testimonies. This hidden history will begin to be revealed. As we celebrate the Sesquicentennial of Indiana State University, presenters from ISU’s past and present will discuss the history of Hispanics/Latinos at the College and/or their individual histories/experiences at State.
Speakers include Crystal Mikell Reynolds (Chief Researcher, History); Dr. Timothy Hawkins (Professor, History); Dr. Carmen Montañez (Emeriti Faculty, Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics); Karina Arrambide (Graduate Student and Admissions Counselor), and Theresa Ortega (HOLA and HLA) who will speak about her father’s experience as one of the first Hispanic/Latino students on State’s campus in the late 50s-early 60s.
Refreshments will be served. Sponsored by the Sesquicentennial Committee and the College of Arts and Sciences.
Questions? Contact Theresa at (812) 237-8096 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The work of the great comic book artist Jacques Tardi is cleverly and beautifully carried to the big screen in April and the Extraordinary World (Avril et le monde truque), a surreal sci-fi period piece that reimagines mid-20th century Paris as a smog-filled, steam-powered Napoleonic empire whose future lies in the hands of an orphaned young woman, voiced by French star Marion Cotillard.
6pm – 8pm in the Library Events Area