"Global Africa, Migration, Literature, and the Arts," a three-day symposium at Rutgers-New Brunswick, presented a lively, eclectic, and scholarly showcase of the ways in which Africans and people of African descent stand at the center of world cultural, intellectual, and artistic currents.

Rutgers nursing science faculty member Susan Caplan, an authority on the assessment and treatment of mental health issues in Latino communities, offers practical tips for developing cultural competence while working in global affairs.

A seed grant from the Rutgers Global Health Institute is helping Ziad Sifri and Harsh Sule, two associate professors at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, to address barriers to surgical care in rural Ghana.

April 15: Working Together to Promote U.S. Higher Education to International Students with Caroline Casagrande
3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Alexander Library Teleconference Lecture Hall, 169 College Ave.

April 16: Smart Manufacturing Seminar
8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Busch Student Center

April 24: RU Sustainable? Camden!
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Camden Campus Center

April 25-27:
Bigotry and Hate in the U.S. Inaugural Conference
Hosted by the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights (CGHR)

April 27: Rutgers Day

Join us at the Rutgers Global Pavilion on Rutgers Day

May 24-June 2: Summer 2019
Pre-Departure Orientation Series
This summer, Rutgers will offer pre-departure orientations for international students and their families in five cities: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Delhi and Mumbai.

More Events
April 16: Department of Philosophy: Jilin University-Rutgers Philosophy Forum
April 16: Rutgers Sustainability Coalition: The Green New Deal Town Hall and "Thirst for Power" Film Screening
April 18: Department of Asian Languages and Cultures : "I Married a Photograph: The Still Image Transfigured in Dazhaimen "
April 18: Department of French: Francophone Film Festival: Screening of Wild Side
April 19: Center for Human Evolutionary Studies: "Sex Differences in Hazda Hunter-Gatherer Space Use and Spatial Cognition"
April 19: Rutgers Center for Chinese Studies: "Keywords for Gender and Sexuality"
April 22: School of Environmental and Biological Sciences: Seeds of Time Film Screening
April 22: The Tanner Lectures on Human Values Festival at Rutgers-Newark: "Flowing: Human Migrations and Human Values"
April 23: School of Arts and Sciences: "Jews and Muslims before the Law in Christian Iberia, c.1017"
April 23 : Department of Asian Languages and Cultures; Asian American Cultural Center; Rutgers Global: "Korean 'Comfort Women' for U.S. Troops"
April 23: Center for Women's Global Leadership: "Feminist Advocacy at the United Nations"
April 24 : Institute for Women's Leadership: "Empowered: Popular Feminism and Popular Misogyny"
April 25: Department of French: Francophone Film Festival: Screening of "Vibrancy of Silence"
Summer Job Opportunity

Rutgers Global is seeking a Mandela Washington Fellowship Student Program Assistant from June 10 to July 28 for 20-30 hours a week. Deadline to submit for this position is April 14.

Calling all Students:

Join the Students of Color for Environment Justice (SOCEJ) of SEA during Earth week to learn more about climate and environmental issues.

For International Students

Please click the link below for important updates and information.

Rutgers Global is the university-wide office for international affairs at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The office provides extensive study and service-learning abroad opportunities, academic support for international students, visa and immigration processing for international students and scholars, international partnership facilitation, and on-campus global programming that helps to educate students and professionals alike. Rutgers Global is committed to comprehensive internationalization for both students and faculty, creating resources and opportunities to enhance our global engagement at home and abroad.