Embracing Identities: Stories and Strategies for Global Learning

November 17-18, 2022

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Join students and educators across the country celebrating International Education Week. The Queen's University International Centre (QUIC) and Student Academic Success Services (SASS) are proud to host a conference that seeks to empower our campus community to explore the impact of international education.

Through interactive presentations, panels, and social media posts, we will celebrate the global experiences of students and educators, and share and learn from each other’s stories and strategies. Mark this exciting event on your calendar: November 17-18, 2022.

The conference is just one event scheduled for International Education Week at Queen’s; check out other events happening around campus November 14-18, 2022!

Conference Schedule

The conference features events on November 17 and 18, 2022: interactive sessions, presentations, panels, and social media campaigns.

Access the complete conference schedule.

IEW Schedule

The conference is part of International Education Week (November 14-18, 2022), which features a variety of events in addition to the conference sessions.

Find out more about the week's events here.

Student Work

Information on student research presented as part of IEW and the winning entries from QUIC's 2022 photo contest.

Peruse student research and photography.

Conference Giveaway

Complete our survey for a chance to win a ticket to the Hilario Durán concert at the Isabel Bader Centre.

Enter to win now!

Land Acknowledgement

Queen’s is situated on traditional Anishinaabe (Ah- nish-in-ah-bay) and Haudenosaunee (Ho-den-o-show-nee) territory. It is an honour and a humble realization that we are able to live, learn and play on these lands as newcomers. I understand that these territories are also included in the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant; the agreement intended for peaceful and reciprocal cohabitation with the resources of the Great Lakes. As an international student, I receive from this covenant the knowledge of how we are linked to our land and the assemblage of life lead in reciprocity. As newcomers to these lands, we are made to feel welcome, and must thereby engage in understanding the gift that is being offered to us. Our presence in these lands is contingent upon the shared understanding that while we live, learn and play on these lands, we do not run the Dish empty. We are grateful for the relationship offered to us through the sharing of tradition, space and life.

Sabrina Masud is an international PhD candidate at the Department of English specializing in Environmental Humanities and Ecocriticism, and she is the International Commissioner with the Society of Graduate and Professional Students. Sabrina is also a graduate inclusivity fellow at Queen’s.  

podcast logoHear more from International students at Queen's!

International Voices at Queen's is a podcast that features voices and perspectives of international students. Episodes include topics about culture shock, developing your authorial voice, and group work.

The podcast aims to create a supportive listening space for members of the Queen's University community, and two seasons of episodes are available now!

Episodes can be streamed from the CFRC website or wherever you listen to podcasts.