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Thursday, January 28, 2010
Brown Bag Lunch
12:30-1:30 pm, International Student Center
Do you have questions about stress management? A relationship issue? How to adjust successfully into a new environment like Manhattan? Or simply want to find out more about the resources we offer. Counseling Services and International Student and Scholar Services would like to invite you to join us and your fellow international students/scholars to our biweekly gathering. Just bring your lunch! Itís INFORMAL and FREE. You will have a chance to get to ask any mental health questions you might have.
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
J-1 Scholar Orientation
10:00 am, International Student Center
A program for J-1 Scholars and Professors that reviews immigration regulations pertaining to their visa status as well as an orientation on things to do around campus and in the campus community.
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Brown Bag Lunch
12:30-1:30 pm, International Student Center
Do you have questions about stress management? A relationship issue? How to adjust successfully into a new environment like Manhattan? Or simply want to find out more about the resources we offer. Counseling Services and International Student and Scholar Services would like to invite you to join us and your fellow international students/scholars to our biweekly gathering. Just bring your lunch! Itís INFORMAL and FREE. You will have a chance to get to ask any mental health questions you might have.
U.S. Culture Issues
6:30 pm, International Student Center
Ever wonder why your U.S. classmate says, ďHi, How are you?Ē and then walks away without ever waiting for your detailed response? This workshop is designed for students, scholars, and dependents in their first year in the U.S. who would like to learn and talk about cultural differences between the United States and their home country. Now is your chance to ask questions you have wanted to ask! Presenters will be Sara Thurston-GonzŠlez, Director of the International Student and Scholar Services, and Heidi Minnihan, U.S. student who studied abroad in France.
Friday, February 5, 2010
Coffee Hour: Georgia
4-5 pm, International Student Center
Coffee Hour is an informal forum for international students to shwocase their country.
Monday, February 8, 2010
Credit Transfer Sessions
1:00 pm-2:00 pm, 304 Fairchild Hall
Kari Nap from Admissions will explain the general credit transfer process for students taking classes abroad. Profs. Doug Benson and Brad Shaw from the Spanish Dept. will explain the credit transfer process for modern language classes. This Q & A session will help you plan your courses while abroad as well as when you return to K-State.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Scholarship & Financial Aid Session
10:30-11:20 am, 304 Fairchild Hall
Kari Nap from Admissions will explain the general credit transfer process for students taking classes abroad. Profs. Doug Benson and Brad Shaw from the Spanish Dept. will explain the credit transfer process for modern language classes. This Q & A session will help you plan your courses while abroad as well as when you return to K-State.
Health & Safety Sessions
11:00-12:00, 304 Fairchild Hall
Theresa Doyle from Lafene Health Center will give a short presentation on ways to prepare for health and safety issues abroad. Students will also be given information about services provided by Lafene Health Center.
Brown Bag Lunch
12:30-1:30 pm, International Student Center
Do you have questions about stress management? A relationship issue? How to adjust successfully into a new environment like Manhattan? Or simply want to find out more about the resources we offer. Counseling Services and International Student and Scholar Services would like to invite you to join us and your fellow international students/scholars to our biweekly gathering. Just bring your lunch! Itís INFORMAL and FREE. You will have a chance to get to ask any mental health questions you might have.
Adjustment to U.S. Culture
6:30 pm, International Student Center
Are you excited to be in the U.S. or are you counting the days until you can return to your home country? This workshop is designed for students, scholars, and dependents in their first year in the U.S. who would like to talk about adjusting to this new U.S. culture. Come hear about the normal pattern of adjusting to a new culture. Learn some tips for adjusting. Become aware of resources for you on campus and in the community. Presenters will be Andrew Imbrie Bratawidjaja, Counselor, Counseling Services, and Sara Thurston-GonzŠlez, Director of the International Student and Scholar Services.
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Study Abroad Fair
10:00 am-3:00 pm, K-State Student Union
Learn about all the Study Abroad opportunities K-State has to offer!
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Brown Bag Lunch
12:30-1:30 pm, International Student Center
Do you have questions about stress management? A relationship issue? How to adjust successfully into a new environment like Manhattan? Or simply want to find out more about the resources we offer. Counseling Services and International Student and Scholar Services would like to invite you to join us and your fellow international students/scholars to our biweekly gathering. Just bring your lunch! Itís INFORMAL and FREE. You will have a chance to get to ask any mental health questions you might have.
Healthcare in the U.S.
7:00 pm, International Student Center
Are you confused about the healthcare system in the United States? Is health insurance a completely new concept to you? If you would like to learn how health care and insurance work in the United States, come to this presentation!
Friday, February 19, 2010
Coffee Hour: Sri Lanka
4-5 pm, International Student Center
Coffee Hour is an informal forum for international students to shwocase their country.
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Scholarship & Financial Aid Session
3:30-4:00 pm, 304 Fairchild Hall
Kari Nap from Admissions will explain the general credit transfer process for students taking classes abroad. Profs. Doug Benson and Brad Shaw from the Spanish Dept. will explain the credit transfer process for modern language classes. This Q & A session will help you plan your courses while abroad as well as when you return to K-State.
Health & Safety Sessions
4:00-5:00 pm, 304 Fairchild Hall
Theresa Doyle from Lafene Health Center will give a short presentation on ways to prepare for health and safety issues abroad. Students will also be given information about services provided by Lafene Health Center.
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Credit Transfer Sessions
10:30-11:30 am, 304 Fairchild Hall
Kari Nap from Admissions will explain the general credit transfer process for students taking classes abroad. Profs. Doug Benson and Brad Shaw from the Spanish Dept. will explain the credit transfer process for modern language classes. This Q & A session will help you plan your courses while abroad as well as when you return to K-State.
Safety and Security in the U.S.
6:30 pm, International Student Center
Are you wondering about bike safety and regulations? Are you confused by traffic lights? Are worried about walking alone? How do alcohol laws differ from your home country? What is the role of police in the U.S.? Why is the U.S. campus climate so serious when it comes to security issues? Here is a workshop to help you understand all these issues and more! Captain Stubbings, K-State Police Department will present this important workshop.
Brown Bag Lunch
12:30-1:30 pm, International Student Center
Do you have questions about stress management? A relationship issue? How to adjust successfully into a new environment like Manhattan? Or simply want to find out more about the resources we offer. Counseling Services and International Student and Scholar Services would like to invite you to join us and your fellow international students/scholars to our biweekly gathering. Just bring your lunch! Itís INFORMAL and FREE. You will have a chance to get to ask any mental health questions you might have.
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