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New Issue of Universitas, from Office of International Education

The Office of International Education has released a new issue of Universitas. It provides the latest information on international activities at IUP as well as useful information for our international students.

The new issue, Universitas: February–March 2013, includes information on:

The Summer ICN Business School Program, Frequently Asked Questions: Immigration, Soccer at IUP, Brazil: The Place I Call Home, IUP Orientation, A Reflection on My First Published Book Experience, The First Saudi Night at IUP, What is Halloween? Niagara Falls, "I Am From", What's Going On Calendar, French Cookies, OIE Fall 2012 Events Pictures, Volunteer Opportunities, StudioAbroad and the Study Abroad Application Process, Meet the Study Abroad Team, and the Foreign Film and Music Festival.

Writers Wanted

Universitas is now seeking writers or submissions for future issues.

Mohammed Alarjani and Bill Bryan are the editors of this year's newsletter. Please e-mail them at OIE-Universitas@iup.edu with articles and ideas. They are looking for articles about achievements of international students, cultural articles, a movie or book review, poems, and more. This is a great opportunity to share your international and intercultural experiences and to be published.

Universitas highlights student articles from both international students studying here and study abroad students who want to share their experiences. The newsletter is a quick guide to what the Office of International Education has to offer students, faculty, staff, and community members.

If you would like to receive this newsletter as part of an electronic mailing list, please e-mail your contact information to the Office of International Education at intl-education@iup.edu.

Posted on 3/6/2013 10:38:25 AM

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