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We hope you can join the International Students and Scholars Center this week for engaging events. Take a look at what’s happening from Feb. 15 through Feb. 22 at Arizona State University. The events are listed in Arizona time, , but you are encouraged to attend no matter where you’re located. For all Zoom events, you are required to register using your ASU email address.

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ISSC Volunteer Meeting
Thursday, Feb. 15
2–3 p.m.
SSV Amphitheater, Tempe campus.

Join our adventure-packed volunteer meeting! We're thrilled to have you join us for activities that involve designing itineraries together—details under wraps for now—and an opportunity for the volunteer committee to share about their upcoming events. Our monthly volunteer meetings are a place to get updates on events, volunteer opportunities, recent job postings, and volunteer training opportunities. Don’t miss out on it if you are free and our volunteer. If you are interested in volunteering, you can always sign up here.


Immigration Series: Top 5 Ways to Lose Your F-1 Status
Thursday, Feb. 15
4–4:30 p.m.
Join via Zoom.

Join ISSC immigration advisors as we provide a reminder of the most common ways F-1 students fall out of status and learn how you can avoid an early departure! Hint: the top 3 have to do with enrollment!


Global Connect
Thursday, Feb. 15
4–5 p.m.
SSV Amphitheater, Tempe campus.

Global Connect is part of the ISSC Connect Series, offering an opportunity for everyone to come together as global citizens, share knowledge, explore opportunities, learn about global cultures, connect with one another, and build lifelong friendships. Our goal is to enhance the student experience through global connections. This event is open to everyone.


Global Friends
Friday, Feb. 16
11 a.m–12 p.m.
Multicultural Communities of Excellence,
Student Pavilion, Tempe campus.

Unleash the power of global connections at our epic bi-weekly Global Friends events! Calling all international students, adventure-seeking globetrotters, and curious ASU students eager to explore different cultures. Join our lively conversation hour where cultural exchange thrives, knowledge is shared, and friendships transcend borders. Drop by one or more of our dynamic bi-weekly events, each one brimming with diverse students, exciting interests, and a whole lot of cultural awesomeness. Get ready to expand your horizons, make lifelong friends, and embark on a thrilling global journey!


FSE Research Resources Info Session - FURI
Friday, Feb. 16
12–1:30 p.m.
F- Wing (ECF) 130, Engineering Center,
Tempe Campus.

We will be talking about FSE research opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students. Participants in these research programs can receive a stipend ranging from $1,500 to $5,000. Please join us to learn more about these excellent research programs!


Immigration Series: Traveling Internationally as an F-1 Student
Monday, Feb. 19
4–4:30 p.m.
Join via Zoom.

Are you planning to travel during Spring Break? Learn about the documents required for a successful re-entry to the U.S. when traveling outside the country.


Fulton Fellowships and Funding Resources for International Graduate Students
Thursday, Feb. 22
12–1:30 p.m.
Join via Zoom.

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering offer various fellowships to support our graduate students. For the 2022-2023 academic year, we awarded nearly 300 highly competitive fellowships to deserving master’s and doctoral degree students. These merit- and need-based awards are funded by private donors, companies, community members, professional organizations, student fees, and the Fulton Schools.


Interview Workshop
Thursday, Feb. 22
2–3:30 p.m.
SSV Amphitheater, Tempe Campus.

This activity will provide you with valuable skills and insights to stand out in an interview. We'll explore interview strategies, ways to answer common questions, and how to project confidence and professionalism during the interview process. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced job seeker, this workshop will help you upgrade your interviewing skills and pave the way for a successful career.


Global Eats
Thursday, Feb. 22
7–9 p.m.
Thunderbird Pub, Downtown campus.

Savor the flavors of the world at our upcoming event, "Global Eats"! Calling all culinary and international food enthusiasts to join us on this delicious journey. Our chefs will showcase your favorite dish from any corner of the globe and have it prepared for your fellow students to enjoy.

Prepare your taste buds for a culinary expedition like no other. Sample the mouth watering creations from your peers, savor the aromas, and cast your vote for the tastiest dish. The winning dish will earn well-deserved recognition, and its creator will be crowned the "Global Eats'' champion.

Don't miss this opportunity to celebrate the rich tapestry of international cuisine and indulge in a feast of global flavors. Join us for "Global Eats," where the world's most scrumptious dishes are just a taste away!


We hope to see you at one of these workshops or events.