- Monday morning kicked of International Education Week with tabling in the university store. Experienced Global Education staff members were available to students to discuss study abroad options at Millersville and answer any questions. Any students who missed us at this event are encouraged to stop by the Global Education office in the Cumberland house for more information and to check out our website.
- The International Harvest Festival celebrated cultural diversity by showcasing traditional foods from other countries at The Upper Deck. Global Education, Dining Services, and International Student volunteers worked together to create authentic recipes to be enjoyed by the MU community. A special thanks to all of those who helped make this event a sweet success! Check out the local news coverage for this event!
- A CAE workshop on Tuesday afternoon was geared towards faculty, staff, and administration interested in leading MU Guided Programs. Assistant Director Olivia Cordero discussed the new process along with tips and hints to make your program a success! For more information on MU Guided Programs, check out our article!
- Selling your Global Skills was a panel discussion, led by Dr. David Owen and Global Education Director Patriece Campbell, designed to help students market their abroad experiences as they begin to seek employment opportunities. Students were able to evaluate their resumes and promote the skills they developed on their travels.
- Tea Time was a new monthly event introduced this semester, open to the MU community that fosters an open discussion between any individuals interested in international matters. This event was a great way to get to know a diverse group of people with similar interests, in a causal setting.
- The CHPED Presidential Delegation Luncheon welcomed presidents, vice presidents, provosts, & deans visiting MU from a partner program in China. For more information on our new partner, check out our article here!
- The Multicultural Showcase organized by CSIL and Global Education, was result of the combined efforts of various departments, clubs, and individuals on campus, chiefly. It featured performances and country booths that explored the food, history, and culture of Millersville University students. This event was a fun and an educational way to spend an evening.
- On Thursday, Global Education hosted an open house in which students were encouraged to stop in the Cumberland House a get more information on studying or interning abroad. While this event is specifically geared towards walk-ins, any student interested in studying abroad in welcome at Global Education any time!
- Photo Friday is a new event that encourages students to come in to get their passport photos taken. For $5, students receive 2 physical copies of their photos and an emailed image file. Photo Friday is a reoccurring event that takes place every Friday and is open to the Millersville Community.