The Program Leader Safety and Best Practices Workshop guides program leaders (faculty,
staff, or students leading programs) in preparing for the safest possible experience
abroad. Those who lead, or assist, short-term education abroad or other University-related
travel abroad for students must attend at least one workshop a year.
Join the WRC and WGGP as we discuss ""Period: The Real Story of Menstruation" by UIUC
Professor Kate Clancy! We'll be exploring issues surrounding menstruation, from bodily
autonomy, menstrual hygiene, and the COVID-19 vaccine to the ways racism, sexism,
and medical betrayal warp public perceptions of menstruation and erase it from public
International Safety and Security will host informational presentations to review
CAM Policy HR-39, International Travel Safety. Topics include requirements for travelers,
the international insurance, and finding resources related to travel abroad. A Q&A
will be included.
This session is for travelers and staff supporting travel abroad.
The Madan Sara documentary tells the stories of these indefatigable women who work
at the margins to make Haiti’s economy run. Despite facing intense hardship and social
stigma, the hard work of the Madan Sara puts their children through school, houses
their families, and helps to ensure a better life for generations to come.
Ukrainian Studies Today: History, Memory, Representations, and Collections
Conference Program – Dmytro Shtohryn International Ukrainian Studies Conference (illinois.edu)
Join the Center for Global Studies for PhD Candidate Mayra Alejandra Saenz Amaguaya
(Agricultural and Consumer Economics Department, University of Illinois) lecture for
the Scholarship-in-Progress Event Series!
Join us for an information session on the AAUW Fellowship. This information session
will focus on AAUW's International & American Fellowship. Current submission deadline
is November 15, 2023. Lunch included with Registration.
Mary Arends-Kuenning is Acting Associate Dean of International Programs in the College
of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences, Associate Professor in the
Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics, and former Interim Director of
the Lemann Center for Brazilian Studies at the University of Illinois.
Join Lovern J. Gordon, President and Founder of Love Life Now Foundation, Inc for
this Domestic Violence Awareness Workshop on October 11th from 4:00-5:30pm. This
workshop will be interactive and include time for discussion. There are limited number
of complimentary copies of her book, The Legacy He Left Me, that are available through
Take a break and visit Japan House for a traditional Japanese tea ceremony! Space
is limited to 18 guests. Reservations are required, no walk-ins will be permitted.
Enjoy a bowl of matcha and seasonal wagashi (traditional Japanese sweet) while learning
about Chado, the Way of Tea.
Join the Lunch talk on October 13th 12pm by PhD Candidate Mayra Saenz, Agricultural
and Consumer Economics with discussant Professor Elizabeth Powers, Department of Economics.
Lunch provided with RSVP.
Japan House's annual Fall Open House resumes on Saturday, October 14th featuring Linda
Mosley, artist and teacher of ceramics and chado. Traditional Japanese tea ceremonies
will be offered at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, and 2pm. At 3pm, Linda Mosley will be giving a
free presentation about ceramics in tea ceremony. Registration required for all activities.
Julia Fonseca is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign. She received her PhD in Economics from Princeton University in 2019.
Her research interests include household finance, development finance, and labor and
finance. Her work focuses on topics like financial development, consumer financial
markets, and inequality.
Graduate Student Workshop "Writing Effective Fellowship Proposal"
Led by: Dana Johnson, PhD, Assistant Director of External Fellowships, Graduate College