IAFS News & Events

Come to CU's International Festival!
Saturday, April 11, 4 – 10 pm in the UMC Ballroom and UMC 235. The event is free and open to the campus and the public. There will be performances, booths and food samples from over 35 cultures and world regions!

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On April 4th, 2015, the African Students’ Association will be hosting our annual event: The Tour of Africa!

ASA will be showcasing different forms of African culture through music, art, fashion, dancing, spoken word, and of course food! During this event there will be performances from African artists in the Denver metro area including:  the Logo Ligi Band , The Ethiopian Youth Dancers...

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An Evening with Valarie Kaur: Sikh American and Interfaith National Leader, Award-winning Documentary Filmmaker, and Civil Rights Lawyer

We are pleased to announce that Valarie Kaur will be the first out-of-state Sikh American to come speak to our campus regarding hate crimes against many communities, including Sikhs and Muslims, following 9/11. The event will take place on ...

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Violent Extremism & U.S. Response, a discussion with U.S. Senators John McCain & Lindsey Graham, moderated by Ed Henry, Chief Whitehouse Correspondent for Fox News. The event will be held on Wednesday, April 1st at 7:00 PM at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in the Denver Performing Arts Complex. 

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Femme International at CU-Boulder is a global health non-profit striving to empower underprivileged women through education and hygiene needs.

Meetings: 
Wednesday 6:15pm
Education 134

Did you know that the lack of feminine hygiene products is the number one reason why girls drop out of school in Eastern...

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Seeking a student who speaks Nepali to help with refugee case! A law student, working with a Nepali refugee family on a legal matter is seeking your assistance. The family does not speak any English. They are looking for a student who could assist with translation at their meetings in Denver (meet once every few weeks), starting ASAP. Compensation TBD.

Please call Jenny at 508-209-7159...

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Andean Alliance for Sustainable Development (AASD) works with indigenous communities and local governments on sustainable agriculture projects in the Andes mountains outside of Cusco, Peru. AASD is looking for student volunteers who are interested in an opportunity to get fieldwork experience in Peru collecting data and working with a GIS specialist. 

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AIESEC is the largest student run organization in the world and provides international internship experiences for all students in the most personal and inexpensive way possible. The program is roughly divided in to two main focus areas, the first intended more for short-term, volunteer internships (great for undergraduate summer opportunities) and the other intended more for longer,...

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The IAFS major couldn’t be complete without language study. Even with the extensive and challenging coursework required, the rewards of learning a language are well worth the effort--and without a doubt, these rewards extend far beyond just being able to order crepes in a French café. There is a powerful sense of accomplishment associated with communicating in another language. Veronica Baker...

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Sophia Cole (IAFS ’16) is busy connecting sports, international affairs, and women’s programs. During her semester as an IAFS fellow for the annual Conference on World Affairs (CWA), she connected with Maggie Duncan Simbeye, the Executive Director of the Dare Women’s Foundation in Arusha, Tanzania. As an IAFS Fellow for CWA, Sophia helped organize the...

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