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5 tips on navigating campus and community from international students

Whether you are new on campus or resuming your studies at Iowa, here are five tips to help you start off on the right foot in 2023. 
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University of Iowa to celebrate Lunar New Year Feb. 9

Join the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies and International Programs as they host this annual celebration.
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Professor of Bassoon Benjamin Coelho discusses growing up in Brazil’s “City of Music” 

Benjamin Coelho is a UI professor of bassoon and an International Programs International Travel Award winner.
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How UI Study Abroad supports diversity, equity, and inclusion

Through outreach efforts and scholarships, UI Study Abroad is opening up opportunities for those underrepresented in study abroad.
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International Programs 2022 Annual Report

The 2022 annual report from University of Iowa International Programs is now available.
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Special Projects Awards available to support campus internationalization

Special Projects Awards are granted to individual staff, faculty, programs, or departments associated with the university.
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WorldCanvass to feature UI Stanley Museum of Art on February 2

We’ll go inside the minds of the director and curators to better understand their conceptualization of the collection within its new walls.
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Study Abroad to host info sessions on programs in Germany, Feb. 8 & 15

Learn about fall, spring, summer, or academic year study abroad programs in Germany to improve fluency in the German language while taking classes with both local and international students.
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Life in Iowa to host weekly coffee and conversation hour starting Jan. 18

Enjoy a (free!) afternoon coffee and engage in casual conversations with students, staff, and faculty from across campus on different topics, ranging from adjusting to life in a new country to exploring campus and community resources.
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Study Abroad to host info session on faculty-led Camino de Santiago walking tour, Jan. 23 & 26

Learn about the expectations for walking along this centuries-old path across northern Spain, and the physical preparation required.