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Thursday, November 17, 2022

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Posted: Thursday, November 17, 2022

International Education Week: November 17

The Maurene Callahan Bouras Center for Global Engagement invites students, faculty, and staff members to celebrate 2022 International Education Week November 14–18. Today's events are listed below. Events will also be posted on the International Student and Scholar Services website. Please contact Tricia Herritt, ISSS director, with questions.


Dancing around the World
12:15–1:30 p.m.
Butler Library lobby
Dance Appreciation students showcase videos of dances from around the world. Stop by the main lobby in Butler Library and move to the beat!

Peace Corp Presentation (Virtual)
4:00 p.m.
Amanda Cady, representative for the Peace Corps, will discuss how to go abroad after graduation with the Peace Corps. Through the Peace Corps’ two-year program of life-defining experiences, volunteers can fully integrate into a host country community, where they live and work on education, health, economic development, environment, agriculture, and youth development projects. This workshop will cover Peace Corps programs, benefits and commitment, the requirements, and how to apply.
Registration required.

'Immigration Art' with International Food
6:00 p.m.
Campbell Student Union Assembly Hall
Nationally known immigration attorney Arthur "Immigration Art" Serratelli will discuss employment-based visa options beyond F-1 OPT and J-1 Academic Training. Refreshments provided afterward. Sponsored by the Faculty-Student Association.
Microsoft Teams link

Live Cooking Show with Chef Forman
7:00 p.m.
Are you hungry for good international food? Chef Forman, alumnus of Buffalo State, owner of Thyme & Honey, and certified executive chef at Delaware North for the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres, will be cooking Kefta Kabobs. Find the recipe on the International Education website. Join our watch party in person in the Student Union Assembly Hall or join us virtually at Facebook Live.

Thank you to our sponsors: The Faculty-Student Association and Weigel Health Promotion

Submitted by: Tricia L. Herritt