Center For International Affairs
Case Western Reserve University
Tomlinson Hall, Room 143
10900 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, OH 44106-7031
Telephone: 216.368.2517


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Study Break

Tomlinson Hall Lobby
Tuesday, 11/12/2013 12:00-1:30 PM

The Center for International Affairs invites students to join us for a mid-day snack and study break.

Child Welfare in Guatemala

Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Room 320bc
Tuesday, 11/12/2013 12:45-2:00 PM

The student group, Local International Konnections (LINK), presents "Child Welfare in Guatemala: A Student's Perspective". Study abroad students share their experiences and provide information about social welfare in Guatemala. Desserts and drinks provided.

Trivia Night

The Jolly Scholar
Tuesday, 11/12/2013, 8:00 PM

Think you know about the world? Then join the Center for International Affairs for a special international trivia night at the Jolly Scholar. Come for the challenge – stay for the fantastic prizes!

Verne Gallery

2207 Murray Hill Road, Cleveland
Tuesday, 11/12/2013, 11:00 AM– 5:00 PM

Gallery exhibition of contemporary Japanese artists, paintings and prints.

OMAR SOSA **CD RELEASE EVENT**

Nighttown, Cleveland Heights, OH
Tuesday, 11/12/2013, 7:00 PM

Dynamic and World Renowned Cuban Pianist leads All-Star International Sextet Live at Nighttown! New CD “EGGUN: The Afri-Lectric Experience”, Omar Sosa’s Tribute to Miles Davis “Kind Of Blue” Featuring:

  • Omar Sosa: piano, fender rhodes, motif es8, electronics, vocals
  • Marque Gilmore: drums, electronics, vocals
  • Childo Tomas: electric bass, m’bira, vocals
  • Peter Apfelbaum: tenor sax, flute, wind instruments, percussion
  • Joo Kraus: trumpet, flugelhorn, vocals
  • Leandro Saint- Hill: alto sax, flute, vocals

Throughout IEW

Tackk Poster Contest

Create a Tackk: Win a $100 Gift Card! As part of International Education Week, the Center for International Affairs is hosting an international Tackk themed poster contest. A Tackk is a quick and easy way to make an informative webpage – even from your phone! Entering the online poster contest is easy:

  1. Go to http://tackk.com/ and create a free account
  2. Think “What is International Flavor to me?” (it doesn’t have to be about food!) and create your first Tackk about that theme
  3. Hashtag it twice with #InternationalFlavor and #CWRU
  4. Share, Share, Share and follow the Tackkboard, #InternationalFlavor to see your competition
  5. Still not sure? Here is a how-to: http://tackk.com/q3yrn6

Winners will be picked by most views/shares ($50 gift card) or by being voted as “Best Tackk” in the competition ($100 gift card). Contest ends on November 15th.

Voices Worth Hearing, Art Worth Sharing

Tomlinson Hall Lobby

Cleveland is home to thousands of international refugees (some may be your neighbors). Award-winning photographers Steve Cagan, Donald Black Jr., and Gabriel Gonzalez were each embedded in the daily lives and experiences of three local refugee families, capturing their joys, challenges and transplanted cultures on film. The result is a powerful black-and-white photography exhibit created to introduce real people with real stories.

Bon Appétit presents International Food in Cafeterias

Mon, November 11th - European food at Fribley Dining Hall
Tue, November 12th - Middle Eastern food at Tomlinson Marketplace
Wed, November 13th - Asian food at Leutner Dining Hall
Thu, November 14th - Hispanic food at BRB Cafe
Fri, November 15th - Each of the 4 main campus cafes mentioned above will highlight one healthy international dish.

CWRU Study Abroad Facebook Giveaways

Check the CWRU Study Abroad Facebook pages for chances to win gift cards and more!

Julian Stanczak: A RETROSPECTIVE – The Genesis of Perceptual Art

Kelvin Smith Library – First Floor Gallery (Through 11/19/2013)

Julian Stanczak is a world renowned painter and pioneer in Optical Art.  His work is featured in four exhibitions at CWUR Kelvin Smith Library.  Stanczak was born in Poland in 1928 and imprisoned in a Siberian Labor camp during WWII.  While there, he permanently lost the use of his right arm.  He eventually made his way to a Polish refugee camp in Uganda where he learned to paint and write with his left hand. 
The exhibit is free and open to the public during the library's regular business hours.

Around the World in 80 Books

Kelvin Smith Library, Hatch Reading Room, 2nd Floor (Through 11/29/2013)

An exhibit of 80 books and manuscripts from the library’s Special Collections, University Archives and circulating collections that illustrate different perspectives on travel from around the world over a broad range of time periods.
The exhibit is free and open to the public during the library's regular business hours.

Nature's Mating Games: Beyond the Birds and the Bees

Natural History Museum (Through 4/27/2014)

This unforgettable exhibition, showcasing animals from around the globe, takes a provocative look at the birds and the bees. It was created by the Natural History Museum in London by evolutionary biologists, animal behavior experts and museum curators. The exhibit brings together astonishing photography and surprising film footage with more than 100 Museum specimens to showcase the diverse mating strategies in the animal kingdom. The exhibit is recommended for those ages 13 and older.
Tickets: Adults: $12 Youths: $10.00 College students with ID: $10.00 Seniors: $10.00
Exhibit hours and ticket information: http://www.cmnh.org/site/atthemuseum/admission.aspx