Events

Mark Your Calendars!

Global Issues Forum - Asian American Immigration & Citizenship as an Anti-Racist Praxis

Thursday, March 23rd (11:00am to 12:30pm)

Tate Hall, Overcash, Central Campus

Dr. Jennifer Ho, an associate professor in the department of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Chapel Hill, will join CPCC students as our guest speaker. She teaches courses in Asian American Literature, multi-ethnic American Literature, and Contemporary American Literature. Her research interests are in critical race theory, anti-racism and narratology. Students can RSVP here!

Sensoria - "After Spring"

Friday, March 31st (11:30 to 12:45pm)

Levine Campus Auditorium Room 2150

We will watch clips from the documentary "After Spring" which follows the experience of refugees living in Jordan. Engage with speakers through Q&A.

Sensoria - Enduring the Emergence of a Totalitarian Regime: Holocaust Survivor Susan Cernyak-Spatz

Monday, April 3rd (1:00pm)

Levine Campus Auditorium Room 2150

Susan Cernyak-Spatz grew up in Berlin and Vienna before she was deported to the extermination camp in Birkenau in Nazi Germany as a teenager. Ms. Cernyak-Spatz will speak about the emerging totalitarian regimes and her survival in Germany.

Sensoria - Around the World in 90 Minutes

Tuesday, April 4th (1pm to 2:30pm)

Overcash Lobby, Central Campus

Join our students, both domestic and international, as they showcase their variety of countries while simultaneously teaching others about their art, culture and literature.

Study Abroad Pre-Departure Meeting

Friday, April 21st

Overcash 220, Central Campus

This is the mandatory pre-departure meeting for all students studying abroad for summer 2017. Questions? email global.learning@cpcc.edu

Global Student Association - Student Club

First Monday of each month
3 to 4 pm
Overcash Room 302

Join our Global Student Association student club to learn about different cultures and participate in multi-cultural events. This student organization is great for international students and students who have an interest in study abroad. It is a great way to connect and create a sense of unity for global learning.  If you are interested in being a part of this student club, please complete the GSA Registration Form!

International Film Club

Thursdays at 6pm throughout the semester

Levine Campus, 2150

Join The Film Club for various international films throughout the spring semester. Movies are hosted by a professor who introduces the theme of the movie and leads discussion following the film. A full schedule of movies can be found here. Movies and popcorn are free!

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