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  1. Former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga Highlights Africa’s Development
    Former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga visited the UMass Boston campus on May 6 to deliver a talk, “The Awakening African Lion,” as part of the Distinguished International Lecture series.
  2. UMass Boston Community Mourns Helena Ribeiro Ralston
    First-year international student Helena Ribeiro Ralston passed away while on vacation in Brazil last month.
  3. UMass Boston to Explore Partnership with the University of Limerick
    The two universities will explore collaborative research projects and work to set up student exchange programs.
  4. Your Gateway to the World Reception
    Join us for an evening of sharing UMass Boston students' international experiences, study, and research abroad. Dinner will be served.
  5. Film Screening for “The Other Day”
    Poetic tapestry of modern Chile
  6. International Conversation Hour
    Meet and chat with students from around the world over a cup of coffee or tea!
  7. International Conversation Hour
    Meet and chat with students from around the world over a cup of coffee or tea!
  8. Study Abroad 101
    Get an overview of study abroad programs, housing options, finances, eligibility requirements, the application process, and deadlines.
  9. Global Ambassadors Information Session
    Learn about an incredible opportunity to become a UMass Boston Global Ambassador.
  10. International Conversation Hour
    Meet and chat with students from around the world over a cup of coffee or tea!
  11. 2013 Welcome Week Events: September 4
    Get a snack before class, meet other exchange students, and learn about on-campus employment opportunities New and returning graduate students are invited to a graduate student opening reception.
  12. Study Abroad 101
    Get an overview of study abroad programs, housing options, finances, eligibility requirements, the application process, and deadlines.
  13. New Incoming International Student Orientation on the 29th
    All new incoming international students must attend this orientation. You'll have the opportunity to meet other new incoming international students and learn about immigration and campus services.
  14. Re-opening the Door: UMass Boston Visitors to China Share Their Experiences
    UMass Boston faculty, students, and administrators who have been to China will discuss their experiences in China and invite you to share your thoughts with the university community.
  15. Development of Health Professionals (Past, Present, and Future) in South America and Beyond
    Dr. Oscar Feo, former director of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Public Health in Venezuela, will speak about the health professional development in the Southern Hemisphere.
  16. UMass Boston Paves Way for Student Exchanges with Britain’s Plymouth University
    Students in the University of Massachusetts Boston’s College of Management will soon have the opportunity to study in the United Kingdom, thanks to a memorandum of understanding signed Friday between the college and Plymouth University’s Plymouth Business School.
  17. Myanmar Spring: Watering the Grass Roots
    After five decades of brutal military rule, Myanmar (Burma) is undergoing a miraculous transformation toward democracy.
  18. OPT Workshop: April 18, 2012
    The University of Massachusetts Boston's Office of International and Transnational Affairs hosts this workshop for students related to employment authorization.
  19. OPT Workshop: April 24, 2012
    The University of Massachusetts Boston's Office of International and Transnational Affairs hosts this workshop for students related to employment authorization.
  20. Quebec and Massachusetts: Common Challenges and Opportunities in a Globalized World
    Quebec Delegate to New England Jean-Stéphane Bernard will deliver the keynote speech on the topic of public diplomacy with an emphasis on the Quebec’s role in the international scene as a federated s
  21. Environmental Critique & Slavery in 19th Century Brazil
    Claudia Mattos, professor of art history at the University of Campinas, Brazil, will be speaking as part of the Hispanic Studies lecture series.
  22. The Euro’s Global Challenges Seminar Series
    World Renowned Eonomist Discusses the Euro
  23. Blurred Borders: A Book Presentation and Conversation with Prof. Jorge Duany
    The Office of International and Transnational Affairs, the Office of Graduate Studies, Latino Studies, Caribbean Studies, the Anthropology Department, Casa Latina, and Club Mangú invite you to attend.
  24. Transdisciplinary, Transnational, and Transcultural Research Networking Reception
    As part of OITA’s efforts in supporting UMass Boston faculty’s Transdisciplinary, Transnational, and Transcultural (TTT) research, we are hosting a faculty scholarship networking reception.