Study Abroad for CSN Students: Discover the World
Charleston Campus U125, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
The first step for Coyotes interested in studying abroad! By attending this session, students will learn the basics about study abroad, including what it is, how to go about it, and next steps. Hosted by: Raven McKenzie, Assistant Director of International Programs
Postcards from Abroad
Charleston Campus, C115, 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM
Allan Tucka, Emeritus Professor, Senegal: Gateway to Africa. Take a trip with us and lets visit Senegal: gateway to Africa. Senagal s a country inWest Africa. Hosted by: Bette Brickman, Professor, World Languages.
International Opportunities for Faculty at CSN
Charleston Campus D209, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
A high-level overview of existing & upcoming international opportunities and supports available for faculty members, ranging from leading students abroad to funding & professional development, before moving into an open, dialogue about international education at CSN. Hosted by: Raven McKenzie, Assistant Director of International Programs.
Illusion and Reality
North Las Vegas Campus, The Fine Arts Gallery, H211, 6:00 PM
Art Exhibition, Artist, Tea Youn Kim-Kassor.
Charleston Campus- Auditorium D101, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
A Documentary by Francesco Semprini, Hosted by: Barbara Bird, Professor, World Languages.Siete Mil is an independent project that sees Francesco Semprini debut as a documentary director and screenwriter.
To learn more or register for events, visit csn.edu/internationalweek