Celebrate International Education Week, including Global Career Panel
Celebrate International Education Week, including Global Career Panel
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Friday, November 12 | Fall Semester 2021

International Education Week Engaged, Resilient, Glonal Nov. 15 to 19, 2021. Intnternational Educaiton Week
Miami University observes International Education Week annually with a wide range of activities and events that draw attention to the value of international education and provide students, faculty, and staff the opportunity for global engagement on our campus.
Celebrate International Education Week at Miami!
(Follow MiamiOHISSS on Instagram for highlights and more event details!)
On Wednesday, November 17, learn from and connect with the following Miami alumni who were international students and are now working in the US:
Yiting Luo, ’18 (China) – BA in Mathematics and BS in Finance, working for Blackrock as an Analyst in Seattle, WA
Lien Hoa Nguyen, ’20 (Vietnam) – BS in Finance and Business Analytics, working for Ernst and Young as a Technology Risk Staff Consultant in Chicago, IL
Emmanuel Ogundipe, ’19 (Nigeria) – Master of Environmental Science, working for The Kroger Co. as an Operations Supervisor in Cincinnati, OH
Lulu Yiting Song, ’16 (China) – BS in Marketing, working for Bloomberg as a Performance Marketing Manager in New York, NY
Sreeskandarajan Sutharzan, ’19 (Sri Lanka) – PhD in Botany, working for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center as a Research Fellow in Cincinnati, OH
Shachi Vaish – ’21 (India) – Master of Environmental Science, working for Daniel S. Natchez & Associates, Inc
Register for the Global Career Panel via Zoom on Nov. 17 @ 7pm
Hear from another Miami Alumn, Dr. Amer F. Ahmed, '00, at the International Education Week Keynote Address & Awards Reception on November 18 from 4-6 pm in the Shriver Center, Dolibois Room. Join us for Dr. Ahmed's address on "Dismantling the U.S. vs. International Dichotomy: Creating Synergy Between Global Ed and Diversity/Social Justice" and to congratulate the the winner of the 2021 Donald Nelson Award for Outstanding International Supportwho will be announced at the award ceremony. 
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Bus Trip to Jungle Jim's | 10:00am - 1:30pm, Saturday, November 13 (tomorrow)
Jungle Jim's International Market  has 70,000 products from more than 70 countries! Find your favorites and stock on an assortment of goodies form across the world!
Saturday Night: Play Games From Around World!
Academic Integrity Chat |11:00am - 1:00pm, Wednesday, November 17
Do you have questions about academic integrity at Miami? Stop by the Armstrong Student Center atrium for Q&A, resources, and the chance to win prizes! #chooseintegrity
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Global Resumé Reviews | 2:00 - 4:00pm, Thursday, November 18

Come to the International Student Center in MacMillan 017, and work with Anastasia Mihailov-Flanner, Assistant Director of Global Development, to make yor resumé shine for whatever career aspirations you are pursuing! 
Check out other Recurring Events in the International Student Center for additional support resources. 
Important Dates 
November 15 - Spring registration is open to all students
November 24 - Thanksgiving Break (No classes; Campus Open)
November 25 - 28 - Campus Closed for Thanksgiving Break 
December 4 - Classes End
December 10 - End of Semester and December Commencement
Immigration Tip
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Plan for Upcoming Breaks
International students planning to travel outside the U.S. should check the entry and travel requirements for the destination country and prepare the following to re-enter the U.S. while enrolled as a student
  • Valid passport (will not expire in the next 6 months)
  • Valid F-1 or J-1 visa
  • Valid I-20 or DS-2019 signed for travel
You should request your travel signature via InterLink at least two weeks before your departure. In addition, please review the updated requirements for international travel to the U.S.  
Also, reminder to students staying on campus during Thanksgiving or Winter break:
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Apply to be an iPOL for Fall 2022
During your orientation, you had International Peer Orientation Leaders (iPOLs) who welcomed you to Miami and supported your arrival and transitition to campus life and living in the U.S. ISSS is looking for iPOLS to shape a positivie orientation experience for new international students arriving in Fall 2022.
All domestic, international, undergraduate and graduate students, who want to make an impact on welcoming new international students and supporting an inclusive global community are invited to read more about becoming an iPOL.
Apply to be an iPOL for Fall 2022
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