Special Events

 

Second Annual Global Movement Festival

Monday, November 18  6-8pm Hunt Union Ballroom

Including International Fashion show, performances and other cultural exhibitions
Financing Study Abroad: How to Make it Happen

200 Schumacher Hall
Wednesday, March 26

3 – 4 PM

A Financial Aid Counselor will be on hand to provide strategies for affording your overseas experience
Guest Author of "One White Face," Hillary Corna presents "How to maximize Study Abraod and Leverage it into your career."

Wednesday, November 20 4 PM – 5 PM Craven Lounge, Morris Conference Center

        

 Reception with light refreshments to follow.

Study Abroad Discovery Night

Craven Lounge, Morris Conference Center
Thursday, April 10
6:30 – 8 PM

Join the Study Abroad Coordinator, faculty, past study abroad students, and international students to discover a world of options.

"Oh The Places You'll Go!"
Wednesday,November 20th  7:30 PM

Hunt Union Square

 

Join us and learn study abroad tips from former participants and international exchange students in a fun event.

The OIE thanks guest speaker Ann Neelon for her meaningful lecture and interaction with the SUNY Oneonta student body.

The OIE thanks author Rye Barcott for visiting SUNY Oneonta.  
100 people turned out for Rye's lecture! 
Mr. Barcott's books may be ordered through the DamasceneBook Cellar at the Red
Dragon Bookstore.

Mr. Rye Barcott

Bio:  Rye Barcott co-founded the non-governmental organization Carolina for Kibera (CFK) while he was an undergraduate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. CFK invests in local leaders in the Kibera slum of Nairobi, Kenya through its model of participatory development.  After serving in the Marines, he earned master’s degrees in business and public administration from Harvard University, where he was a Reynolds Social Entrepreneurship Fellow. In 2009, he joined the inaugural class of TED Fellows, and he was recently named a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader. Rye lives in North Carolina with his wife and daughter and works in the Sustainability Office at Duke Energy.  His first book, It Happened On the Way to War, was just released internationally by Bloomsbury Publishing.