This event is free to the campus and community members to attend. Please see the calendar for more information.

Students, 1 Unit Credit

There is an option to receive one unit of credit by registering for the IEW Colloquium through one of the following departments:

  • Anthropology (ANTH 387)
  • Communication (COMM 387)
  • Economics (ECON 387)
  • Geography (GEOG 387)
  • History (HIST 387)
  • International Studies (INTL 387)
  • Political Science (PS 387)

Community members and non-degree seeking students may also receive one unit of optional credit (CR/NC) by registering through HSU Open University, at the College of eLearning & Extended Education.

  • Mandatory meeting for those enrolled for academic credit: 
    Thurs., Jan. 23, Founders Hall 118, 7 p.m.
  • Download Passport: Entire calendar, required for colloquium students [available in Jan. 2020]

Faculty, Staff, Presenters

If you are interested in sharing your global expertise, you are welcome to present during the week. Ways that you can be involved include:

  • Present your international research
  • Chair a panel of students who participated in a summer study abroad program
  • Host an internationally themed film, followed by a discussion
  • Consider holding your regular lecture (with global topics) as part of the event
  • Use IEW attendance for extra credit or make-up assignments
  • Encourage anyone to attend!

If you are a faculty member, you might consider moving your internationally themed lecture to a larger room to allow participants of International Education Week to join the lecture for the day. If you have been conducting research internationally, this would be a great opportunity to share your studies. If you have studied or taught in different regions of the world, you may share your findings with participants of the event.