Area professionals and UW-Green Bay alumni working in a global or international context will discuss their career paths and options for students. The event is Monday, April 23 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in MAC 210. The event is sponsored by Modern Languages, Global Studies, International Education and Career Services.
The Office of International Education has a great way to tell the story of traveling abroad — a photo contest. Members of the campus had an opportunity to vote on their favorites. The winners are as follows: People and portraits: First: Marina Pavon Second: Jesse Rehn Nature and Landscapes: First: Haley Stevenson Second: Haley Falcon […]
The Office of International Education is offering to visit your classroom to promote UW-Green Bay study abroad programs. An email was also sent from the Provost with details. Staff members need just 5-10 minutes to discuss opportunities or upcoming events at any point during the semester. Please email Study Abroad Coordinator Jemma Lund at firstname.lastname@example.org […]
UW-Green Bay Director of International Education, Brent Blahnik, was featured in a story by studyinternational.com regarding the new safety app that allows those at home to check-in with study abroad and exchange students in case of a crisis.
It’s not a big commitment, but it is an important one. The Office of International Education is searching for great faculty and staff members willing to serve as Friendship Families for new international exchange students. It is not a time-consuming commitment. Friendship Families are expected to meet with the students at least one time (dinner at your […]
A terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain, on Thursday left 13 people dead and dozens injured. UW-Green Bay’s Study Abroad Coordinator Jemma Lund, was just a few blocks away from the attack. Although the chance of a student studying abroad getting hurt in an act of terrorism is extremely slim, UW-Green Bay is testing a new […]
The Office of International Education is searching for great faculty and staff members willing to serve as Friendship Families for new international exchange students. It is not a time-consuming commitment. Friendship Families are expected to meet with the students at least one time (dinner at your house or an outing in the community). If you are interested, please […]
Honors student Adrianna Sosnowska’s parents traveled more than 4,500 miles to see their daughter graduate from UW-Green Bay. The two-year Green Bay volleyball player and Business Administration student, quickly acclimated to the Green Bay experience, working as an human resource assistant in the campus HR office, while serving as chair of social relations for the […]
The International Club formally invites faculty, staff and community members to the annual International Dinner at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 8 in the University Union, Phoenix Rooms. The dinner will showcase food, culture and performances from all over the world, presented by current international and domestic students. This is a great opportunity to come together […]
UW-Green Bay alumnus and Spanish graduate Tanner Vodvarka studied in Bucamaranga, Colombia (Spring 2014). During the semester abroad, he had the opportunity to meet the President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, who has been announced ads the recipient of the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize. Santos, has dedicated his prize to the victims of the devastating violent […]