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International Education Week

Dalhousie's Agricultural Campus community is made up of students, staff, and faculty from around the world--and we are so proud. We also encourage our students to include an international study opportunity into their studies at Dal-AC. International Education Week (#IEW16) is our premier opportunity to celebrate both of these foci.

Focusing on community building and sharing, the schedule of events is intended to offer opportunities for the campus to come together to share knowledge and traditions, expand perspectives, and ultimately to build a stronger global campus community.

#IEW16 Schedule of Events:

For more information, or to register for events contact Kendra Mellish, Student Mobility Officer at: kendra.mellish@dal.ca or 902-893-6252

Monday, October 24th

Through Your Lens Paint Night
6:00-9:00pm
A step-by-step tutorial to paint a 16x20 canvas, but don't forget to add your own personal flair at the end!
$20 for the first 10 students [tentatively full]
$40 for staff, faculty [still available]
Advance registration required (kendra.mellish@dal.ca or 902-893-6252)

Tuesday, October 25th

Ruminate: "Social Protection as a Response to Poverty Alleviation"
12:00-1:00pm
Guest facilitator Paul Kisanga will lead a discussion about the topic of social protection. Join us in the boardroom at the International Office (157 College Road, DeWolfe House). All welcome!

Exchange Info Session & Trivia
4:30-5:30pm
Hear from current & past exchange students what to expect from a semester abroad. Then test your global knowledge for a chance to win a $50 giftcard to the AC Bookstore. All welcome in Jenkins Lounge

Wednesday, October 26

Rethinking the Food Systems from Planet to Plate
10:05 to 10:35
Cox 041
Paul Kisanga, In-Country Manager of the ATTSVE project, will respond to Wendell Berry's "The Pleasures of Eating" from the perspective of an international development professional with experience in agriculture, food security, livelihoods, social protection, and economic development programming. All are welcome!

Hands-on Cooking Class: Lebanese Moussaka [FULL]
6:00-8:00pm
Join instructor Fadia Al-Awar to cook, eat, and learn about this delicious vegetarian Lebanese dish, featuring: eggplant, tomatoes, onions, garlic, and spices.
Advance registration required: kendra.mellish@dal.ca or 902-893-6252

Thursday, October 27

Graduate Student Tea
12:00-1:00pm
All Graduate students at the Dal-AC campus are invited for a tea & refreshments at the International Office (157 College Road, DeWolfe House).

Friday, October 28th

ATTSVE Project Presentation
11-12:30
Rierview Room, Jenkins Hall
Join Paul Kisanga, Manager of the ATTSVE Project office in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, as he presents an overview and update on this development project, which includes student internships, faculty and staff international engagement and research opportunities. More information on the ATTSVE project available at the Ethiopia ATTSVE Project page.
RSVP: michelle.richards@dal.ca

GCE Prep & Pumpkin Carving with Global Students' Community

6:00-9:00pm
Students with a display in the Global Community Expo can work on their display. The Global Students' Community will be hosting a Halloween celebration for members, with pumpkin carving and other spooktacular activities!

Saturday, October 29th

Global Community Expo
11:00-12:00
Langille Athletic Centre
Celebrating the heritage of our students from around the world, the Expo will highlight the many countries and traditions represented on campus. All are welcome!

Past IEW Schedules:

2015: International Education Week 2015. pdf