IPE invites you to join us in celebrating International Education Week, November 13-17, 2017. IEW is a nationwide endeavor spearheaded by the US Departments of State and Education to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange. The University of Michigan values intercultural awareness and the international exchange of ideas; and the CoE is proud that our Michigan Engineers demonstrate curiosity, innovation, and collaboration that crosses international boundaries.
Join us for our International Education Week Events Series and engage with international and domestic students on campus who have been abroad to explore other cultures and begin to plan your own international experience.
International Education Week 2017
November 13 – 17: Find us tabling in the Duderstadt Connector for a chance to win a summer travel grant!
Learn something new! Meet engineering students with interesting stories! Put your knowledge to the test and learn about customs and cultures from around the world in order to enter the drawing for a chance to win an IPE summer travel grant!
November 13: Attend the Campus-wide Global Photo Showcase Event:
Students take some amazing photos when they are abroad and in new places. During the Showcase, you have the chance to see the photos that Michigan study abroad returnees have taken, get to know other international students and scholars and enjoy great food and fellowship with the UM international community.
Monday, November 2017
Ross School of Business, Ross Colloquium
November 16: Hear stories from past students who went abroad at the Lost in Translation: Stories of Global Experiences event:
Join UM students, faculty, and staff in this storytelling event; storytellers share their international experiences in a format similar to “The Moth.”
Thursday, November 16, 2017
North Quad, Room 2435
Check out the other U-M events happening around campus to celebrate on the U-M Events Calendar