Poster Fair and GeoDome
Poster Fair - a visual presentation of enlightening global knowledge applicable to all areas of study is paired with the GeoDome - an inflatable, portable, immersive visualization dome with the entire interior surface acting as a 3-D projection screen. Whether you want to take a trip to countries and monuments anywhere in the world while inside the GeoDome or want to learn more about Stockton’s own student, faculty and staff international involvement projects, this event is for you. For more information about the Poster Fair, please contact India Karavackas at India.Karavackas@stockton.edu, to learn more about the GeoDome contact Russell Manson at Russel.Manson@stockton.edu.
Main Campus C/D Atrium 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Gilman and Boren Scholarships for Study and Research Abroad
This informal briefing introduces the basic features and requirements of U.S. Government-sponsored scholarship programs for study abroad. For more information, please contact Madeline Seidenstricker at Madeline.Seidenstricker@stockton.edu.
Campus Center Meeting Room 2 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
EDIBL: Sustainable Food Sources Sampling
EDIBL strives to promote sustainable, alternative protein sources from across the globe. Almost every other country depends on entomophagy as a daily source of nourishment. This event will attempt to break down the stigma the Stockton community has about eating bugs, and open students' minds to trying something new! For more information, please contact Alexis Dimitroff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus Center Food Court 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Washington Internship Program: Opportunities in International Relations
Learn about theWashington Internship Program. The Washington Internship Program is a springboard for international careers. For more information, please contact Michael Rodriquez at Michael.Rodriquez@stockton.edu.
Campus Center Meeting Room 1 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Interested in studying, volunteering or visiting abroad? We will answer all your questions about going abroad and provide you with the information, tools and resources you need to get started. For more information, please contact Natalja Manger at Natalja.Manger@stockton.edu.
Main Campus D Wing 12:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Emotional Intelligence/Cultural Intelligence: What’s the Link?
During a 1 ½ hour workshop, participants will be introduced to the concepts of emotional intelligence and cultural intelligence, and will learn how they are interdependent on one another. For more information, please contact Gene Swilkey at Eugene.Swilkey@stockton.edu.
Campus Center Meeting Room 2 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
“Harvest of Empire” Film Screening
A powerful documentary that exposes the direct connection between the long history of U.S. intervention in Latin America and the immigration crisis we face today.
Campus Center Theater 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
Fulbright Opportunities for Study and Research Abroad
Attend a lecture introducing the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. The Fulbright Program offers fellowships to U.S. graduating seniors, graduate students and young professionals and artists to study abroad for one academic year, as well as the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program that sends American scholars, professionals and artists to lecture and/or conduct research abroad for up to one year. For more information, please contact Robert Nichols at Robert.Nichols@stockton.edu.
Campus Center Meeting Room 1 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
The Global Fresh Water Crisis—Challenges and Solutions & The “Glocal” Panel Event: Water Scarcity as a Local and Global Issue
Gary A. Lamberti, Ph.D., Professor and Chair, Biological Sciences at the University of Notre Dame will discuss how fresh water is arguably the planet’s most imperiled resource. With more than one billion people currently lacking access to clean water, how will the environment and human populations deal with this growing fresh water crisis, and what are possible solutions to ensuring a plentiful supply of clean fresh water for future generations? This lecture is presented in collaboration with the Stockton Center on Successful Aging (SCOSA) and the Notre Dame Club of South Jersey as part of the Hesburgh Lectures Program (honoring Theodore M. Hesburgh, President Emeritus of Notre Dame, who recently celebrated his 97th birthday).
For the water quality issues panel, our panelists are Professor Gary A. Lamberti, Deputy Director of the Johns Hopkins Water Institute, Marcia Brewste, Chief of the Water Unit in Department of Economic and Social Affairs at the United Nations, Dr Luke Mcdonald, Director of Water Programs for the Pinelands Preservation Alliance Richard Bizub, and Stockton Professor Patrick Hossay. For more information, please contact SCOSA director David Burdick at email@example.com, 609-652-4311 or India Karavackas at India.Karavackas@stockton.edu.
Campus Center Theater 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
(Light reception following the event-Theater Gallery 6:00-6:30 p.m.)
Globalization Lecture Series: Human Trafficking
Lecture presented by Robert Barney Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Social Work. For more information, please contact Professor Barney. Robert.Barney@stockton.edu
Main Campus Classroom F-224 4:30 – 5:45 p.m.
Writer-in-Residence: Laurynas Katkus, Lithuanian Author
Writer-in-Residence Laurynas Katkus is a widely translated poet, fiction writer, tranlation , and essayist. Mr. Katkus will read from his work and lead a question and answer session. For more information, please contact Judy Copeland at Judith.Copeland@stockton.edu.
Dante Hall, 14 N Mississippi Avenue, Atlantic City 8:00 p.m.