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International Education Week

Nov 3, 2011

Pacific's International Programs & Services (IPS) presents "Around the Globe in 6 Days!" --  Activities and Events focused on International Education. Pacific students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend, along with the Stockton and outlying communities! Celebrate International Education Week (IEW) from Nov. 11 - 18.

International Education Week Cultural Dance Show Kick-Off
Friday, November 11 Ÿ 5 to 7 pm
Bechtel International Center - Free Admission
International Food Samples & Beverages, Raffle Prizes, Improvisational and Musical Talents of Pacific International, Exchange & American Abroad Students Showcased

IPS GlobeTrotter Sports Extravaganza
Monday, November 14 Ÿ 5 to 6 pm
Bechtel International Center - Free Admission
International game snacks and beverages provided

"Taste 'n See the Wonders of Saudi Arabia & Sweden"
Tuesday, November 15 ŸNoon to 1 pm
Bechtel International Center - Free Admission
International Students Abdulrahman Alessa and Erik Cederwall showcase their respective countries, complete with food samplings

"Around the World with IPS - Fall Talk Series...Featuring Mustafa & Company"
Wednesday,  November 16 Ÿ 5 to 6 pm
Bechtel International Center - Free Admission
"What's Up Dawg" and Pacific International Club Revival, light appetizers served

Education Abroad Information Session
Thursday, November 17 Ÿ Noon to 1 pm
Bechtel International Center
International Programs & Services offers exciting opportunities for Pacific students to see the world while completing college degree coursework

ASuop Presents the International Movie "13 Assassins"  (Financially Co-Sponsored by IPS)
Thursday, November 17 Ÿ 8 to 10 pm
Janet Leigh Theater - Pacific Students, Free Admission; Pacific Staff, Faculty, Alumni, $3
Cult director Takeshi Miike (Ichi the Killer, Audition) delivers a bravado period action film set at the end of Japan's feudal era in which a group of unemployed samurai are enlisted to bring down a sadistic lord and prevent him from ascending to the throne and plunging the country into a war torn future.

United Cultural Council's 14th Annual International Dinner (Financially Co-Sponsored by IPS)
Friday, November 18 Ÿ 6 to 8 pm
DeRosa University Center Ballroom
In honor of the late Kaofoo Saephanh, this dinner, catered by Bon Appétit, is meant to bring together Pacific diverse cultural student organizations and celebrate the differences around the world.  Keynote speaker will be Cris Clay, Pacific's Community Re-Entry Program (CRP) Director.

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