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International Women's Day Luncheon

Now, more than ever, there’s a strong call-to-action to press forward and progress gender parity. There’s a strong call to #PressforProgress motivating and uniting friends, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender inclusive.

On Thursday, March 8, 2018 NOON to 2PM, Silver & Sage Room, Old Main enjoy an educational luncheon and a panel discussion:“Press for Progress: Insight from Around the World” at the Silver & Sage Room, Old Main from noon until 2pm.

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Global Advisor Networking Hour: Meet your Coordinator

Study Abroad wants to meet YOU! We are looking to meet the Academic Advisors across campus, answer questions that are pertinent to your students and hear ways to make study abroad a reality for more UA students.

International Sports Diplomacy and Leadership Conference

What is Sports Diplomacy?

Sports diplomacy is a mechanism for building bridges and enhancing people-to-people relationships, as the universal passion for sports transcends sociocultural and linguistic barriers, and unites people. 

Study Abroad: Galapagos Marine Ecology INFO SESSION

Study Abroad in the Galápagos!  
Galápagos Marine Ecology INFO SESSION
This 3-week Study Abroad program explores the unique habitats of the Galapagos islands to understand how these islands became the birthplace of Darwin's idea of evolution. Spend your summer days learning about tide pools, collecting plankton and helping to re-forest native vegetation in the cloud-filled highlands. 

Tuesday, Feb. 6th at 4:00-5:00 pm in Koffler Building, Room 511

Travel Risk: Q&A Session

The U.S. Department of State has discontinued use of Travel Warnings and Alerts. Countries will now be classified according to travel risk on a scale of one to four.

All official UA international travel must continue to be registered in the UA International Travel Registry. Travel that is classified as “elevated risk” may require department head/director or Dean endorsement. The following are considered elevated risk:

Travel Risk: Q&A Session

The U.S. Department of State has discontinued use of Travel Warnings and Alerts. Countries will now be classified according to travel risk on a scale of one to four.

All official UA international travel must continue to be registered in the UA International Travel Registry. Travel that is classified as “elevated risk” may require department head/director or Dean endorsement. The following are considered elevated risk:

UA Passports closed for holiday observance

UA Passports will be closed in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr holiday. The office will reopen at 8:30am on Tuesday, January 16th. 

UA Passport Fair

UA Passports will offer special Saturday hours to accept U.S. Passport applications. Use this opportunity to apply for your passport for trips during the upcoming Spring Break and Summer vacations, and to meet Study Abroad application deadlines.

Global Wildcat Sport Series - The Phoenix Suns vs. New Orleans Pelicans NBA game

Join the Office of Global Initiatives for an outing to a Phoenix Suns game! Exact times will be confirmed closer to the day, but plan on leaving UA around 1pm and returning around 10pm. Transportation will be provided. Price $20 includes ticket to game and transportation from Tucson to Phoenix. Learn more about the NBA team here.

 

Yes! I will attend the Phoenix Suns Vs. New Orleans Pelican NBA Game: $20 (Includes transportation and ticket)

Global Wildcat Sports Series - UA Women's Softball vs University of Utah

 

 
 
 

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