You are Invited!
Longwood Gardens Winter Wonderland
Sunday, December 15th
Extravagant, fruit adorned trees towering as high as 18 feet stand throughout the Conservatory. Stroll the Outdoor Gardens. See colorful lights twinkling in more than 75 trees. Watch illuminated fountains dance to merry music and hear the sounds of the season during daily performances. Join us from 1:00 to 7:00 pm.
Bus pick up at 1:00 pm
English Language Institute (ELI),
318 South College Parking Lot
Bus return at 7:00 pm same location
Bus is free
Purchase tickets at ELI, 189 W. Main Street by Friday, December 6th
Business Office is Open 2:00-4:50 pm daily
Tickets for Adults 15.00, Seniors 65+ 10.00,
Students and Children 5.00 (adult students with student ID)
The University of Delaware’s International Caucus, in collaboration with the Office for International Students and Scholars present:
Learning the Lingo:
Tips for Learning and Using Colloquial English and Idioms
Friday, October 25th
11:30 am-1:00 pm
108 E. Main Street Room 207
It may come as a shock that the English we speak in the U.S. is different from what you may have expected. What gives? Native speakers use idioms frequently, but picking them up is really a walk on the beach! Join us and take your English to the next level, with Dr. M.E. Cathcart at ELI 108 East Main Street (above the IHOP), in room 207 from 11:30am – 1:00pm.
Seating is limited. R.S.V.P. to Ken Hyde (email@example.com)
Newark Deputy City Manager Luncheon with International Faculty and Staff
Repeating his well-received presentation last Spring, Andrew S. Haines, the Deputy City Manager of Newark will visit the campus for the first of several Brown Bag Lunches hosted by the International Caucus and OISS.
This event is also presented in collaboration with the Asian American and Pacific Islander Caucus.
Deputy City Manager Haines will be talking about Newark fall and winter events, providing an update on city planning, and suggesting ways international faculty and staff can become involved in the greater Newark community.
The event will be held on Tuesday, October 15th in Trabant 209/211 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. A light buffet will be served. Registration is limited to 45.
ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL CAUCUS
Welcome! We are a subset of UD’s faculty and staff members who are from international backgrounds or interested in international issues. We are dedicated to contributing to and supporting a globally- oriented university community that values cross-cultural interactions and learning about other cultures. We provide opportunities for international faculty and staff to socialize and network, and make them aware of both resources and opportunities for personal and professional growth. We invite you join our caucus and contribute your talents, interests, and expertise.
On this shrunken globe, men can no longer live as strangers. ~Adlai E. Stevenson
The mission of the IC is to support and contribute to the University of Delaware ‘s commitment to diversity by providing a supportive forum for networking as well as serving as advocates for the interests and needs of UD’s international faculty and staff. The IC supports the enhancement of the campus services provided to international staff and faculty; offers support for the recruitment and retention of international faculty and staff; collaborates with other caucuses, groups, programs, and units to support and advance diversity and equity efforts on campus.
Caucus membership is open to all University of Delaware faculty and staff, especially those who are non-residents aliens, permanent residents of the United States, and Citizens with international background. All other employees and students who are interested to join the group are welcome regardless of their background.