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Friday, October 2, 2020 | Fall Semester 2020

ISSS and the International Education Week Committee invite musically talented individuals or groups to submit proposals to be performed during the International Education Week "One World Concert!"
We want to share the music of different genres, styles, instruments, and cultures during this concert. The stage is yours if you like to sing in the shower, at a Karaoke Bar, or perform at a music hall!
The concert will be a mix of pre-recorded videos and live performances! Audiences will tune in via Zoom. We encourage you to submit a short video clip of your previous work in the proposal as an audition. Up to 10 performances will be selected.

Proposal Deadline: Sunday, October 25, 2020
Concert Date: Monday, November 16, 7:00-8:00 pm ET

Submit your musical proposal for the One World Concert
Monday, October 5 from 2:00-2:30pm:
Coping with COVID | 
Student Counseling Service is offering weekly workshops focused on how to cope during COVID-19. Each week, a clinician will provide information on coping skills, followed by time for questions. 
Monday, October 5 from 4:00-5:00pm:
Summer Education Abroad Virtual Fair
There are a variety of study abroad, study away, and virtual opportunities available during Summer 2021. Browse our global program options, ask questions, and meet faculty program directors at this fair hosted by Education Abroad.
Tuesday, October 6 from 7:00-8:00pm: MAP Zoom-ba!
Get ready to dance the night (or morning!) away in the comfort of your very own home during this Zumba event! This virtual session will pack in tons of energy and excitement and is perfect for anyone who wants to get moving in their own space!
Friday, October 9: Midterm Grades Available
Check your midterm grades in BannerWeb. If midterm grades are not available in BannerWeb for a particular course, check Canvas to review your grades. If you have questions or concerns about your progress, reach out to your professor and schedule a time to meet. You may also want to review the academic support resources available through the Rinella Learning Center.
Immigration Tip
Get ready for Spring 2021!

The Spring 2021 calendar has now been updated and is available to view online. The start date and end date of the semester have not changed. However, Spring Break has been eliminated. Instead, there will be 5 "reading days" (with no classes) scheduled at various times during the semester.

Registration for spring semester is scheduled to take place in late October or early November. Miami is currently working on updating the course list for spring. At this time, we do not yet know how many courses will be available in-person versus online. In addition, we have not yet received guidance from the Department of Homeland Security regarding policies for online enrollment and maintenance of status in spring semester. We will be sure to keep you updated as we learn more. We hope to be able to see your faces again in the spring!
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