Springfield College International Center Supports International Education Week

The week started on Monday, Nov. 15 with an International Paint Night hosted by the Springfield College International Student Organization (ISO). Attendees had the opportunity to relax and make a special painting that represents their international roots.

The week started on Monday, Nov. 15 with an International Paint Night hosted by the Springfield College International Student Organization (ISO). Attendees had the opportunity to relax and make a special painting that represents their international roots.

 

Springfield College is proud to celebrate International Education Week, an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. The Springfield College International Center is offering a number of activities and events throughout the week to promote international education throughout the Springfield College community.

The week started on Monday, Nov. 15 with an International Paint Night hosted by the Springfield College International Student Organization (ISO). Attendees had the opportunity to relax and make a special painting that represents their international roots.

View Photo Gallery of International Paint Night

Continuing the week, Harvest Table hosted a Noodles from Around the World dinner at The Table @ Cheney Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 16. In addition, there was a Greater Springfield International Education Week Social Night at the Pueblo at East Campus on Tuesday as well.

The week concludes on Thursday, Nov. 18 with Flatbreads from Around the World at The Table @ Cheney Hall, followed by a Shang-Chi Movie Screening starting at 6:30 p.m. in Cheney A/B sponsored by ISO and the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

In addition, starting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 18, there will be a virtual Post-Grad Opportunities Abroad session on Zoom.

Be sure to check out daily trivia questions and student profiles on Instagram at @scinternationalcenter and @springfieldcollegestudyabroad throughout the week.

Thank you to our collaborators: Harvest Table, ISO, SSBD, ACC, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Bay Path University, Elms College, and Western New England University.