ISAB’s Coffee, Culture & Conversation provides platform where students can engage in conversations on timely topics. This month’s theme is the recent government shutdown and the government’s role in society. We will have faculty member from Department of Political Science to provide information and facilitate conversations.
ISAB and the Holmes Cultural Diveristy Center will host a mixer to bring new and returning international and U.S. students together. This mixer will serve as a relaxing atmosphere to meet new people and embrace your culture through conversations and fun activities. Cultural attire is encouraged, and refreshments will be provided.
We will host our second annual "Global Night" during the International Education Week 2018. Various student organizations will showcase their cultures to present a understanding of the diversity reflected by our student body. Come experience and interact with different cultures, traditions, and customs of people from all around the world through music, dance, and food!
International Student Advisory Board’s monthly “Coffee, Culture & Conversation” provides an opportunity to partake in dialogues on different cultures, perspectives, and timely topics while enjoying free Starbucks coffee and snacks. This month, ISAB will collaborate with LGBTQ+ Union to have conversation on inclusivity within the LGBTQ+ community and timely LGBTQ+ matters in the world.
Our monthly “Coffee, Culture & Conversation” provides an opportunity to partake in dialogues on different cultures, perspectives, and timely topics while enjoying free Starbucks coffee and snacks. This month, ISAB will collaborate with LSA to have conversation on “the presidency in Mexico and Venezuela” and “family separation at the border”.
Please join ISAB and the Student Counseling Services (SCS) for this semester's first session at 5:00 pm. Tea Talks is where international students and their friends come together and engage in guided meditation exercises facilitated by Dr. Emily Fortney from SCS and open conversations to de-stress while enjoy some tea. It is a great space to relax and calm down from your busy daily life.
Hosted by the Holmes Cultural Diversity Center and the International Institute, International Student Insight Day 2018 is designed to help new international students, including freshmen, transfer students, and graduate students, have a smooth transition from their countries or previous locations to campus life at Mississippi State University. Students will be able to learn the system and services of the university as well as building connections and friendships through various interactive activities. Those who will start pursuing academic degrees from Fall 2018, please register at https://orgsync.com/159011/forms/323037.