for Health in the 21st Century. Ilona Kickbusch,
Director, Global Health Programme, Graduate Institute of
International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland.
Sponsored by European Union Center of Excellence, Global Health,
Population Health, the Master of Public Health Program, and
Medicine & Public Health. 1:30-3:00 pm, 1309 Health Sciences Learning
Center, 750 Highland Ave. For information, visit the website, email,
or call 608-263-4889.
Language Over Lunch
Brownbag: Conversations on Innovation in Language Teaching and
Learning: What Next? Final wrap-up brownbag
conversation. Recapping discussions, considering how to
integrate some of the ideas from the discussions into current
practices, and considering what the collective next steps might
be. Sponsored by the Language Institute. 12:00-1:00 pm, 1418 Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Dr. For information, visit
the website, email, or call 608-261-1575.
Narration: Autobiographical Quests. Leonor
Arfuch, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Sponsored
by Education, Global Education Committee, Curriculum &
Instruction, and Latin American, Caribbean, & Iberian
Studies (LACIS). 12:30 pm, 220 Teacher Education, 225 N. Mills St. For information, visit
the website, email, or call 608-262-0616.
Call for Applications:
2013 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad
Program (DDRA) Competition. Dates for grant cycle are
October 1, 3013-March 31, 2015, an 18-month window during which
awardees complete 6-12 consecutive months of research abroad.
Applicants must be dissertators by the time they start their
research. Applications must be submitted using the G5
application system, www.g5.gov.
The national deadline listed is Monday, June 3; however, this is
the institutional deadline, not the deadline for student
applicants. Student applicants must submit an application,
including letters of recommendation and language references, by
the CAMPUS DEADLINE. Incomplete applications will not be
accepted. All applicants MUST include a short human subjects
narrative as a Word document, as stated in the campus
instructions, whether or not the applicant thinks they need
human subjects clearance; refer to the IRB for Student
Applicants section on the electronic application. All applicants
should read the technical review forms on the www.g5.gov site and make sure that their proposal addresses all of these
points. Sponsored by International Studies. Application Deadline: May 24, 2013, 12:00 pm (noon). For information, visit the
website or email.
Call for Applications: 2013 Summer Language Institutes at UW-Madison. Each summer, the University of Wisconsin-Madison hosts several eight-week intensive language programs at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels, for course credit equivalent to two semesters of study.
Arabic, Persian and Turkish Language Immersion Institute (APTLII)
Central Eurasian Studies Summer Institute (CESSI)
South Asia Summer Language Institute (SASLI)
Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute (SEASSI)
Summer Intensive Portuguese Institute
For information, visit the website.
Drawings from the
Joseph McCrindle Collection. More than 150 English,
Italian, and French drawings from the 16th through the 20th
century. Sponsored by Chazen Museum of Art. Until May 26, Leslie & Johanna Garfield Gallery, Chazen
Museum of Art, 800 University Ave. For information, visit
the website or call 608-263-2246.
- International Studies
Major Walk-in Advising. Advising for declared and
prospective majors. Wednesdays, 9:00-12:00 pm (see website for
exceptions) in 301 Ingraham Hall. Career advisor available
from 10:00 am-12:00 pm. For information, visit the website, email, or
Directions Advising. To discuss academic and
career opportunities that draw on your language-learning and
international experiences. Appointments and walk-in hours available. For information and the latest schedule, visit the website, email, or call
- New International
Gateway Advising Service. The International
Gateway Advising Service, housed in 301D Ingraham Hall, is a
new cross-campus advising service for undergraduates
interested in exploring the many international opportunities
available to them at UW-Madison. If you are looking to enrich
your academic experiences by declaring an area studies
certificate or major, participating in an international
internship, exploring study abroad options, seeking
international careers advice, or applying to international
fellowships and grants, please consider stopping in to talk to
one of our international advisors. Please
see the website for further information, including the
walk-in advising schedule and information about the advisors
staffing the office, or email.
- Latin American,
Caribbean & Iberian Studies Undergraduate Program
(LACIS). Have you ever thought about studying a
less commonly taught language such as Yucatec Maya or Quechua?
Perhaps you wish to further your studies in Spanish or
Portuguese while delving deeper in the historic origins and
cultures of the LACIS region. We offer highly personalized
advising, travel grant scholarships, and an interdisciplinary
program. Mondays, 2:00-4:00 pm, Thursdays, 10:30 am-12:30 pm,
or by appointment in 206 Ingraham Hall. For information, visit the website, email, or call
Internship Advising. Walk-in advising and
appointments available for undergraduates interested in
interning abroad. Ask your questions about opportunities
through IIP or independently, credit, insurance, and more. For
hours and more information, visit the website, email,
or call 608-261-1017.
- Peace Corps Drop-In. Not sure what you are doing after graduation? Looking to make
a difference? Stop in and chat with our Peace Corps advisor
and see if the Peace Corps is right for you. Mondays
9:00-11:00 am, Wednesdays 10:00 am-12:00 pm in Morgridge
Center Resource Library, Red Gym. For information, visit the website, email,
or call 608-262-1121.
Going Global with
Afternoon Conversation Series. Striving to promote
cultural understanding. Sponsored by Wisconsin Union Directorate
(WUD), Global Connections, and International Student Services. Fridays, 2:00-4:00 pm, Prairie Fire Coffeehouse, Union South,
1308 W. Dayton St. For information, visit
the website, email, or
Weekly WUD Global
Connections Committee Meetings. Get involved in
planning international and multicultural events. Sponsored by
the Wisconsin Union Directorate (WUD) Global Connections
Committee. Wednesdays, 6:00-7:00 pm, Union South (TITU), 1308 W. Dayton St. For information, visit
the website, email, or
Language Tables. Each day foreign language speakers gather to practice their
skills and build community. For specific languages and times, visit
the website, email, or