2010-2011 Event History
Provost Seminar Series - Asia
The seminar for Translating Modernity and Reconstructing World Literature by Professor Wang Ning was on May 3rd, 2011. Miss it? Watch the recording of the presentation here!
The Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts: Israeli Musicians Play Paris
Israeli musicians from around the world play music of Paris!
Roundtable with Assistant Secretary of South and Central Asian Affairs - Robert O. Blake, Jr.
Join International Area Studies and The Office of International Programs as they host Assistant Secretary Blake. Assistant Secretary Blake oversees U.S. foreign policy in a critical region of the world, which ranges from India to Kazakhstan.
Lecture: "The Tahrir Revolution"
Guest speaker Dr. Ann Lesch, associate provost for international programs at the American University in Cairo, Egypt, will present "The Tahrir Revolution" at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 in MacAlister Hall (33rd and Chestnut Streets), room 2019/2020.
Student Conference on Global Challenges - Urban Spaces
Flows of people, capital, knowledge, information, and culture converge in cities and metropolitan corridors, these spaces, made of complex networks of human and material linkages, host both embedded centers of power and new challenges to existing political authority and territoriality.
Fulbright Faculty Workshop
The Office of International Programs and the Office of Faculty Development and Equity are co-sponsoring a Fulbright Faculty Workshop on Friday, March 4, 2011 at 2:15 PM on the University's Main Campus.
Study Abroad and Fulbright Salon
All you ever wanted to know about studying and living in a foreign country. Fulbright Teaching Assistant Amanda McArthur together with two Drexel students who have studied abroad will lead a salon on the real-life, everyday practicalities of living abroad. Amanda who taught English in Bulgaria in 2009/10