In addition to themed events scheduled across our global network, NYU World Tour presents flagship Marquee Events in New York City.

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Living Across Cultures: International Students’ Stories of Life at NYU
Monday, November 12 | 12PM-1:30PM | Kimmel Room 802
Workshop for Staff and Faculty discussing the process of cultural adjustment for international students. Following the presentation, there will be a panel of NYU international students who will share their experiences adjusting to life at NYU. RSVP

Tandon: A Global Community
Monday, November 12 | 1-3PM | 6 Metrotech Center, MakerSpace Event Space & MakerSpace Foyer
Learn more about the impact the NYU Tandon School of Engineering community has made globally.

How To Get Jobs As An International Student
Monday, November 12 | 3-4:30PM | Wasserman Presentation Room A
In celebration of International Education Week, Marcelo Barros, the author of The International Advantage Get Noticed, Get Hired! will present and have a book-signing at NYU. He has spent over two decades advising international students looking to work in the U.S. after graduation. In this session specially prepared for the international students, Marcelo will share strategies that international students of any major can utilize to tilt the balance in their favor and secure more job interviews. Co-Sponsored by Wasserman Center for Career Development and the Office of Global Services. RSVP

Pop-Up Gallery
Monday, November 12 | 5-7PM | Kimmel Room 804/805 (CMEP Lounge)
The Pop-Up Gallery is a temporary art showcase dedicated to sharing and spreading culture through visual art that is produced and created by NYU students and community members.

Education Around the World
Tuesday, November 13 | 12:00-1:30PM | Wasserman Presentation Room B
Come listen to a panel of educators that have served around the world. Hear about the similarities and differences between education systems, how educators overcame obstacles in the field, and how small communities are adapting their education models to fit a globalized world. Co-Sponsored by Wasserman Center for Career Development and Peace Corps. RSVP.

Third Culture Kids Hangout
Tuesday, November 13 | 3:30-4:45PM | International Student Center, Kimmel Center Room 704
Hangouts are an opportunity to meet students with similar interests and experiences. This hangout is for you if “Where is home?” is a multiple choice answer and the best/worst question for you. Come meet other students who also identify as Third Culture Kids! RSVP.

ISC Presents: Alumni Networking Gala
Tuesday, November 12 | 6-8PM | Wasserman Center Presentation Room A
This unique networking opportunity allows current NYU students to gain first hand insights about life after graduation from international NYU alumni. This program is hosted by the International Student Council.


A Global Pandemic: HIV/AIDS

Wednesday, November 14 | 12-1:30PM | Kimmel Room 703
This lunch panel discussion will focus on the interdisciplinary approach to advocacy work around the HIV/AIDS pandemic. We will discuss the impact of HIV/AIDS that is still experienced around the world today, and how different communities are advocating for a cure. The panel will also discuss social justice in a global context, and how we can all be empowered to create social change.  RSVP 

Lessons From a Global Storytelling Journey
Wednesday, November 14| 12:30-1:30PM | 383 Lafayette Street, Room C06
Ari Satok, author of The Architects of Hope, joins us to tell the story of his experiences traveling to international schools on four different continents (all part of the United World College movement), in countries including Swaziland, Hong Kong, Germany the United States and a variety of others, on a mission to capture the stories of young people from all around the world. RSVP.

Starting Your Own Business: U.S. Work Options
Wednesday, November 14| 2-4PM | Wasserman Center-Brooklyn Office,Wunsch Hall, 311 Bridge Street, Brooklyn, NY
An immigration lawyer will explain the U.S. work options that are best suited for international entrepreneurs. Be proactive, be informed, and be the next great start-up! This event is co-sponsored by the Office of Global Services and the Wasserman Center for Career Development in Brooklyn. RSVP.

Grand Bazaar
Thursday, November 15 | 12-3PM | Kimmel 4th Floor
Take a tour around our global network without leaving the heart of Greenwich Village. The Grand Bazaar will feature free food from around the world, entertainment, giveaways, and will provide a taste of each of NYU's global sites.

Grand Concourse
Thursday, November 15 | 12-3PM | Kimmel 4th Floor
Visit the Global Grand Concourse for information on study away experiences in the United States and Around the World. Leave with fun giveaways and materials highlighting course offerings, financial aid, internships, and more.

OGS Scholar Speaker Series: Defending Democracy in Brazil: Local challenges, global effects
Thursday, November 15 | 4-6PM | 383 Lafayette, Rooom C06
Please join us for the opportunity to hear Leon Rabelo, an international scholar speak, talk about his research at NYU. Leon Rabelo is a doctoral candidate at the Communication’s Department at the University of Brasília, where he studies open data, open government, transparency and democratic development. Right now, he's a research fellow at the GovLab - New York University. Prior to that he worked a producer, translator and consultant in international exchange projects, on issues related to music, culture, third sector and sustainable development. RSVP.

International Movie Night with OGS and RISE
Thursday, November 15 | 6-8PM| Third North C-3 Mini-Theater
Join OGS and R.I.S.E. for a screening of Guillermo de Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth with pizza and snacks. RSVP.

International Education Day at the UN
Friday, November 16| 12-6PM | UNITED NATIONS
Details will be shared shortly

RISE/OGS Thanksgiving Dinner
Friday, Nomver 16| 5-7:30PM | Palladium Multipurpose Room
Enjoy a free traditional Thanksgiving dinner including turkey, ham, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed and sweet potatoes, gravy, dessert, and more. Limited seating and RSVP required.

Kimmel is located at 60 Washington Square South

Wasserman and the Palladium Multipurpose room are located at 133 E. 13th Street