For Native American Heritage Month, ISEA and CUFS are screening the “Beans” (2020).
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“Black Panther” highlights Afrofuturism, a cultural aesthetic that combines science-fiction, history, and fantasy to explore the African American experience and connect those from the Black diaspora with their forgotten African ancestry.
As the United States prepares for a mid-term election, we understand many international students may have questions. To answer these questions, Professor Boatright will offer a nonpartisan presentation on some […]
Join the American Language and Culture Institute (ALCI) to learn more about American politics!
Come learn more about the Gilman Scholarship and application support from the Director of Prestigious Fellowships & Scholarships, Jessica Bane Robert!
In the U.S. and at Clark University, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are highly valued and often discussed. For international students the concepts surrounding these terms may sometimes be confusing. This session will provide an opportunity to gain a better understanding […]
This session is a chance for new international students to learn about resources on campus and how to access these if needed. Students who are in the United States should attend […]
For many students, the American style of teaching and methods of teacher/student interaction are different from their experiences at home. During this session, new international students will learn about class […]
In this session, the International Students and Scholars Office will discuss the requirements of your visa and the related laws of the United States. This session is mandatory for all […]