“Siyazama: Traditional Arts, Edcuation and AIDS in South Africa”
Open until January 2007; Heritage Gallery, MSU Museum
The Siyazama (Zulu for \”we are trying\”) Project uses traditional and contemporary artistic expression to document the realities of HIV/AIDS; to open lines of communication about the virus and to establish a model for collaborations among artists, educators and health practitioners.
For more information, contact pr@museum.msu.edu or call (517)355-2370.

Globalization and the Impact on the Education of Women in India
October 10, 7 p.m.-9 p.m.; International Center, Room 303
An annual event, this year\’s lecture will be given by Ratna Ghosh, Education Professor at McGill University, Montreal, Canada. There will be a reception immediately following.
For more information, contact Marilyn McCullough at asiansc@msu.edu or call (517)353-1680.

Canadian Thanksgiving
October 9, 4 p.m.-6 p.m.; International Center, Room 303
In honor of Canada\’s Thanksgiving, the Canadian Studies Center is hosting a celebration. Food and beverages will be served.
For more information, contact Alane Enyart at enyart@msu.edu or call (517)353-9349.

Reception With the President
October 11, 4 p.m.-6 p.m.; MSU Union, Ballroom
President Simon will host this reception to honor all international students and invites the community to attend. Snacks and beverages will be served and other important community members will be in attendance.
For more information, contact the Office for International Students & Scholars at oiss@msu.edu.

International Opportunities Fair
October 24, 12 p.m.-5p.m.; MSU Union, Parlors A, B and C (Second Floor)
The Office of Study Abroad is holding this fair to provide students with information about internships, volunteer work and teaching abroad, internationally-focused careers, and funding souces for international experiences. About 50 MSU international units and organizations will be in attendance to help educate students about international opportunities outside of study abroad programs.
For more information, contact chalouc@msu.edu or call (517)432-4345.

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