Tag: Office of International Education

Public safety warns of new scam targeting international students

The UW-Madison Police Department has received several reports from students — the majority of which are international students — who reported receiving a call from a UWPD officer. The caller demands money or gift card payments from the victim and threatens to arrest them if they don’t pay. The phone number that appears on caller […]

International Education is seeking classroom hosts for short presentations

The Office of International Education  (OIE) is seeking classrooms to visit this fall to speak about study abroad opportunities at UW-Green Bay. OIE has 30 available programs, which cover nearly every major and minor on campus. Classroom visits are 5-10 minutes, set up at your convenience or sent through a short presentation via D2L. If […]

UW-Green Bay ready to go ‘live’ with a new safety app for Study Abroad students

image001

UW-Green Bay is experimenting with a new safety app that enables Study Abroad students, with a push of a button, to get in touch with the University and emergency services. The safety app called “Safey.” Unfortunately, it had a very real test last week, when Office of International Education employee study abroad coordinator, Jemma Lund, […]

Last call: Purchase tickets for International Dinner

Make sure to buy your ticket for the International Dinner, April 8. Enjoy performances from around the world and fabulous international food (spring rolls, couscous, chicken marsala, falafel, stir fry and panna cotta). Tickets are on sale at the University Ticket and Information Center (UTIC). Only a limited number of tickets remain.

Travel course proposals due April 1

A reminder that travel course proposals for January 2018 programs are due to the academic deans by April 1. Find more information and a link to the proposal application on the Office of International Education (OIE) faculty website. Please contact Jemma Lund (Study Abroad Coordinator) at lundj@uwgb.edu or 920-465-2413 (or stop in the OIE- Cofrin Library […]