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Thank you for attending!. INFO. & JUSTICE. GLOBAL EQUITY. CAFE. INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK 2020. CAFE. INFO. General Info. Thank you for joining the Maricopa Community Colleges for our virtual International Education Week, Nov. 16-20, 2020. This year’s theme wasGlobalEquity& Justice. All events have now ended, but some event recordings are available. Just click the for details.. Find Your International Office. Did you like it?. Take our 3-question survey.. Traveling While Black1:30-2:30 PM. Kickoff10:00-10:30 AM. International Student Panel12:00-1:00 PM. Mon. Nov. 16. CAFE. INFO. INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK 2020. Keynote Tamara Thorpe. One WorldLiving Library. UN Declaration Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The Power of Our Birth Names12:00-1:15 PM. CAFE. INFO. INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK 2020. Tues. Nov. 17. América InvertidaJoaquín Torres-García. 9:00-10:00 AM. Drop-in All Day 8:30 AM-9:00 PM. The Power of Intercultural Competence1:30-2:30 PM. One World Living Library. CAFE. INFO. INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK 2020. Weds. Nov. 18. Dancing Around the World10:00-10:50 AM. Refugees, Immigrants & Unaccompanied Minors11:45 AM-12:45 PM. Drop-in All Day 8:30 AM-9:00PM. Overcoming Racism in Our New Era10:30-11:45 AM. Perfecting the Plant-Based Stir-fry12-12:30 PM. CAFE. INFO. INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK 2020. Thurs. Nov. 19. The Price of Free4:00-6:00 PM. Movie Screening & Discussion: . Demo: White Tepary Bean Hummus11:30 AM-12:30 PM. Discover Yourself by Studying Abroad1:00-2:00 PM. CAFE. INFO. INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK 2020. Fri. Nov. 20. Critical Languages Scholarship Program2:30-3:30 PM. Global Equity & Justice Songs. Top Hits Around The World. Quiz!. CAFE. INFO. INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK 2020. Global Café. The Global Café hosts fun content you can access anytime on-demand!. Test your global knowledge!. Get Your Passport Video. Playlist Streaming. The event has ended. Thank you for attending. For more information or to contact the organizers, please email: <">dl-iiew@domail.maricopa.edu>. WELCOME/KICK-OFFJoin us for a welcome and reading of Governor’s Proclamation on International Education Week. Phoenix College President, Dr. Johnson, and friendswill speak to global equity & international education.WebEx LinkMeeting number: 146 835 2240Password: BearsHosted by PC/MCCCD. INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION IN MARICOPAMaricopa Study Abroad Programshttps://www.maricopa.edu/current-students/international-learning-opportunities/study-abroadMaricopa International Educationhttps://www.maricopa.edu/future-students/international-intercultural-education/admissionsScroll down to find your college-specific contacts!Chandler Gilbert Community College2626 E. Pecos Rd Chandler, AZ 85225Phone: 480.732.7391 | 480.857.5453 faxE-mail:iep@cgc.eduWebsite for International Students:www.cgc.edu/admissions/international-studentsEstrella Mountain Community College3000 N. Dysart Rd. Avondale, AZ 85323Contact: Laura Dulgar Phone: 623.935-8808 | 623.935.8848 faxE-mail:laura.dulgar@estrellamountain.eduWebsite for International Students: estrellamountain.edu/students/ international-studentsGateway Community College108 N. 40th St., Phoenix, AZ 85034Contact: Jessica Hoffert Phone: 602.286.8063E-mail:iso@gatewaycc.eduWebsite for International Students:www.gatewaycc.edu/international-studentsGlendale Community College6000 W Olive Ave, Glendale, AZ 85302Contact: Leonor Carrasco Phone: 623.845.3135 | 623.845.3541 faxE-mail:Leonor.carrasco@gccaz.eduWebsite for International Students:www.gccaz.edu/global-educationMesa Community College1833 W Southern Ave, Mesa, AZ 85202 Phone: 480.461.7756E-mail:ie@mesacc.edumccintladmissions@mesacc.eduWebsite for International Students:www.mesacc.edu/international-educationParadise Valley Community College18401 N. 32nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85032 Phone: 602-787-7020E-mail:international.students@paradisevalley.eduWebsite for International Students:www.paradisevalley.edu/students/admissions/ international-studentsPhoenix College1202 W Thomas Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85013Contact: International Student Center Paula Chalarca-Chavez or Tatiana Kona Phone: 602.285.7424 | 602.285.7578 FaxE-mail:isc@phoenixcollege.eduWebsite for International Students:www.phoenixcollege.edu/iscRio Salado College2323 W. 14th St. Tempe, AZ 85281Contact: Office of International Education Phone: 480.517.8416 | 480.517.8849 faxE-mail:OIE@riosalado.eduWebsite for International Students:www.riosalado.edu/internationalSouth Mountain Community College7050 S. 24th St. Phoenix, AZ 85042Contact: Steven Fountaine Phone: (602) 305-5648 | 602.243.8343 FaxE-mail:steven.fountaine@southmountaincc.eduWebsite for International Students:www.southmountaincc.edu/future-students/ enrollment-steps/international-educationScottsdale Community Collegewww.scottsdalecc.edu9000 E. Chaparral Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85256 Phone: 480.423.6590 | 480.423.6099 FaxE-mail:iss@scottsdalecc.eduWebsite for International Students:www.scottsdalecc.edu/students/international. INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION IN MARICOPAMaricopa Study Abroad Programshttps://www.maricopa.edu/current-students/international-learning-opportunities/study-abroadMaricopa International Educationhttps://www.maricopa.edu/future-students/international-intercultural-education/admissionsScroll down to find your college-specific contacts!Chandler Gilbert Community College2626 E. Pecos Rd Chandler, AZ 85225Phone: 480.732.7391 | 480.857.5453 faxE-mail:iep@cgc.eduWebsite for International Students:www.cgc.edu/admissions/international-studentsEstrella Mountain Community College3000 N. Dysart Rd. Avondale, AZ 85323Contact: Laura Dulgar Phone: 623.935-8808 | 623.935.8848 faxE-mail:laura.dulgar@estrellamountain.eduWebsite for International Students: estrellamountain.edu/students/ international-studentsGateway Community College108 N. 40th St., Phoenix, AZ 85034Contact: Jessica Hoffert Phone: 602.286.8063E-mail:iso@gatewaycc.eduWebsite for International Students:www.gatewaycc.edu/international-studentsGlendale Community College6000 W Olive Ave, Glendale, AZ 85302Contact: Leonor Carrasco Phone: 623.845.3135 | 623.845.3541 faxE-mail:Leonor.carrasco@gccaz.eduWebsite for International Students:www.gccaz.edu/global-educationMesa Community College1833 W Southern Ave, Mesa, AZ 85202 Phone: 480.461.7756E-mail:ie@mesacc.edumccintladmissions@mesacc.eduWebsite for International Students:www.mesacc.edu/international-educationParadise Valley Community College18401 N. 32nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85032 Phone: 602-787-7020E-mail:international.students@paradisevalley.eduWebsite for International Students:www.paradisevalley.edu/students/admissions/ international-studentsPhoenix College1202 W Thomas Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85013Contact: International Student Center Paula Chalarca-Chavez or Tatiana Kona Phone: 602.285.7424 | 602.285.7578 FaxE-mail:isc@phoenixcollege.eduWebsite for International Students:www.phoenixcollege.edu/iscRio Salado College2323 W. 14th St. Tempe, AZ 85281Contact: Office of International Education Phone: 480.517.8416 | 480.517.8849 faxE-mail:OIE@riosalado.eduWebsite for International Students:www.riosalado.edu/internationalSouth Mountain Community College7050 S. 24th St. Phoenix, AZ 85042Contact: Steven Fountaine Phone: (602) 305-5648 | 602.243.8343 FaxE-mail:steven.fountaine@southmountaincc.eduWebsite for International Students:www.southmountaincc.edu/future-students/ enrollment-steps/international-educationScottsdale Community Collegewww.scottsdalecc.edu9000 E. Chaparral Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85256 Phone: 480.423.6590 | 480.423.6099 FaxE-mail:iss@scottsdalecc.eduWebsite for International Students:www.scottsdalecc.edu/students/international. WELCOME/KICK-OFFJoin us for a welcome and reading of Governor’s Proclamation on International Education Week. Phoenix College President, Dr. Johnson, and friendswill speak to global equity & international education.WebEx LinkMeeting number: 146 835 2240Password: BearsHosted by PC/MCCCD. WELCOME/KICK-OFFJoin us for a welcome and reading of Governor’s Proclamation on International Education Week. Phoenix College President, Dr. Johnson, and friendswill speak to global equity & international education.WebEx LinkMeeting number: 146 835 2240Password: BearsHosted by PC/MCCCD. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PANEL:EXPERIENCE OF CULTURE AND THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN THE U.S.Join international student panelists to hear about their experience of culture and the educational structure in Arizona and Maricopa College, moderated by Dr. Albert Celoza.Fields of Interest: Behavioral Sciences & Human Services/Culture & SocietyWebEx LinkMeeting number: 146 403 8891Password: BearsHosted by PC. International Student Panel:Experience of Culture and the Educational System in the U.S.Hosted by PCThis event has ended. Many thanks to Dr. Albert Celosa and panelists for facilitating.. Welcome/Kick-offHosted by PC/MCCCDThis event has ended. Many thanks to Nellie Torres, Dr. Karla Fisher, Dr. Larry Johnson andDr. Clyne Namuo for their support.State of Arizona ProclamationCity of Phoenix Proclamation. TRAVELING WHILE BLACK: KEYNOTE TAMARA THORPE Hosted by CGCC/GCC/PVCC/MCC/SCC/SMCC/MCCCDThis event has ended. Many thanks to Tamara Thorpe, Dr. Belinda Ramos, and Kathleen Lüppker for presenting this event.YouTube Recording:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Seab_Sb6MoABased on her TEDTalk, keynote Tamara Thorpe shares personal experiences, debunks myths and realities of “traveling while black”.A firm believer that people matter most to an organization’s success, Tamara brings over 30+ years of on-the-ground experience with leading international and multicultural teams, as well as an extensive background in mentoring and leadership, identity development, diversity & inclusion and inter-generational issues to the table.. United Nation's Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous PeoplesHosted by SCC/PVCCThis event has ended. Many thanks to Manuel Pino, Ana Cuddington and Dr. Michele Marion for facilitating. Check back for recording and power points shortly.. THE POWER OF OUR BIRTH NAMESExplore the importance of our birth names from a sociological and historical perspective. Discussion will include: family history, personal identity and the importance of pronunciation. In a time of intense migration and globalization, understanding each other's names can be a simple step toward unity.Fields of Interest: Health & Wellness/Education/Behavioral Science & Human Services/Culture & SocietyWebEx LinkNo password neededOnline class activity with Sociology faculty, Paul Harasha. Open to outside attendees.Hosted by MCC. ONE WORLD LIVING LIBRARYHosted by CGCC/One World CommitteeThis event has ended, for more information or resources please check the eventwebsite.. América Invertida, byJoaquín Torres-GarcíaOften called the Upside-down Map, this illustration became a centerpiece in the history of Latin American efforts at reclaiming themselves in a world vision.Learn more:Source Page. ONE WORLD LIVING LIBRARYHosted by CGCC/One World CommitteeThis event has ended, for more information or resources please check the eventwebsite.. INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCEHosted by MCCThis event has ended. Check back for recordings and presentation materials soon.Thank you to Diana Bullen and Yvonne Schmidt for facilitating.. DANCING AROUND THE WORLDHosted by GCC/International Student ClubThis event has ended. Many thanks to Kuljit Singh, Leonor Carrasco, and the International Student Club at GCC for hosting! Special thanks to presenters as well.Check back for links to shared videos soon.. REFUGEES, IMMIGRANTS & UNACCOMPANIED MINORSHosted by Sociology faculty Dr. Michele Marion,SMCC/PVCC.This event has ended. Check back for recordings soon.. WELCOME/KICK-OFFJoin us for a welcome and reading of Governor’s Proclamation on International Education Week. Phoenix College President, Dr. Johnson, and friendswill speak to global equity & international education.WebEx LinkMeeting number: 146 835 2240Password: BearsHosted by PC/MCCCD. PERFECTING PLANT-BASED STIR-FRYHosted by Rio/Cafe@RioThis event has ended. Check back for recording and recipes soon. Many thanks to Michael Hodgins, Program Director, Rio Salado College, Chef Kenneth Ballas and Heather Windster for facilitating.RECIPE LINKSLemongrass Tempeh Stir-fryFish-less Fish SauceStir-fried Vegetables & TempehShiitake & Sake Stir-fry Sauce. CIVIL DIALOGUE: OVERCOMING RACISM IN OUR NEW ERAHosted by MCCThis event has ended. Check back for recording and materials soon.Thanks to Political Science faculty, Dr. Brian Dille and student panel host Alejandra Merino for facilitating this event.. Etnias by Eduardo LobraLargest graffiti mural on the planet, the Rio mural, was inspired by the five Olympic rings. Bringing together the representatives of five tribes, one from each continent. The huli (Oceania), the mursi (Africa), the kayin (Asia), the supi (Europe) and the tapajós (Americas) are feature in the center art piece of Olympic Avenue.Read more: Source Page. MOVIE SCREENING & DISCUSSION: "The Price of Free"Hosted by CGCCThis event has ended but the film is available to screen for free atYouTube. A discussion guide is also available at the filmmakerswebsite. Thank you to Kathleen Lüppker for hosting this event.. Inflatable Refugee byBelgian visual artist collective Schellekens & PelemanThis 20-foot tall sculpture hassailed around the world since 2016 as part of a nomadic art project aimed at drawing attention to the European Refugee crisis. Source Page. DISCOVER YOURSELF THROUGH STUDY ABROADInterested in earning MCCCD credit while studying abroad? Find out about scholarships, financial aid, and other funding resources. Start planning now for 2022! Dream Big. Set Goals. Take Action!Open to all fields of interestWebEx LinkID: 1334305419Password:StudyAbroadHosted by MCC. Health & Culture: White Tepary BEAN Hummus Cooking DemonstrationHosted by SCCThis event has ended. Please check back for recipe and links soon.Sincere thanks to Jacob Butler of Salt River Community Gardens, Chef Hollian of SCC's Culinary Arts Program and Mallory Smith of Native Health Phoenix for presenting, and Ana Cuddington for putting together this wonderful series of activities.. Inflatable Refugee by Belgian visual artist collective Schellekens & PelemanThis 20-foot tall sculpture hassailed around the world since 2016 as part of a nomadic art project aimed at drawing attention to the European Refugee crisis. Source Page. CRITICAL LANGUAGES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMInformation Session on the Critical Languages Scholarship Program for Summer 2021/2022.Learn about scholarship opportunities and the application process from Dr. Irina Levin, Director of the Critical Languages Institute at the Melikian Center, Arizona State University.Zoom LinkMeeting ID: 990 245Hosted by PVCC. INTERNATIONAL MUSIC VIDEOSCompilation of popular international music videos from around the world.Fields of Interest: Visual & Performing Arts/Culture & SocietyYouTube LinkSpotify Link. . INTERNATIONAL-THEMED QUIZTest your global knowledge with this fun quiz! Check back to see your score against others throughout the week!Quiz Link Here!Play multiplayer quizzes!Join an activity with your class and find or create your own quizzes and...Quizizz