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    Mission

    International Education & Engagement (IEE) is a campus and community resource focused on supporting student success by facilitating global experiences for students, faculty, staff, and the community. We strive to support and engage cross cultural understanding through programming, teaching, learning, research, partnerships, and service opportunities. 

     

    News & events

    Name & Email Change

    Over the summer months we will be transitioning from the Office of International Education (OIE) to International Education & Engagement (IEE) to be reflective of our refocus on our core values, facilitating   international education opportunities for students, faculty, staff and our community. 

    Under our new name,  International Education & Engagement,  we continue to serve our campus and community constituents in the identification, creation, facilitation, and support of international learning opportunities (inclusive of English as a Second Language) and the identification and  maintenance of international partnerships.  As you update your communication tools for fall please insert the new identity if OIE was formally in your reference materials.  Also we had a number of organizational email accounts and we have consolidated those under one organizational account,  international@uwlax.edu .  If there is reference to any of the others please replace with the new account.

     

    Visiting scholar to discuss changing diversity on college campuses

    Chris Taylor, Diversity Outreach Program Manager at the Minnesota Historical Society, will speak as one of the visiting scholars of color on the campus this year.

    Japanese visitors share culture, inspire travels abroad
    UWL is host to the group that has learned about U.S. culture and education over a three-week period.

    Brazilians studying science, more at UWL
    Through the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program, 15 students from Brazil are on campus learning English and studying in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.