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Other Area Events
These upcoming events are open to the public and may be of interest to MCFR members:

October 23, 2017 - The Institute for Regional and International Studies (IRIS), will be hosting a public lecture by Philip Gourevitch, author, long-time staff writer for the New Yorker, and former editor of the Paris Review.

Mr. Gourevitch's lecture will take place in the evening of October 23rd at the Pyle Center and will focus on President Trump's foreign policy program. Prior to, or after the talk, we will host a public reception "meet and greet" with Mr. Gourevitch.
 
Read more about Philip Gourevitch here.

Register your attendance here.

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Other Area Groups


The UW Madison International Division is an Institutional Member of MCFR.  It is led by Dean and Vice Provost Guido Podestá and plays a central role in engaging with faculty, staff, students, and alumni to strategically internationalize the University of Wisconsin–Madison.  Through partnerships, special initiatives and development activities, the International Division seeks to advance international teaching and research and the education of global citizens in every school and college to help to ensure UW–Madison’s position as a world-class public research university.


MITA is comprised of international sales and marketing executives from South-central Wisconsin companies. It provides a forum to discuss practical issues with peers who have faced and surmounted similar problems.


Engaging in activities such as history, politics, art, music, the environment, language, economics, etc. are all possibilities for the Madison International Travel Meetup Group. Let's embrace the many things this world has to offer us here in Madison!


Global Wisconsin is designed to encourage school districts to develop programs focused on the importance of understanding cultural differences and issues, and the impact it will have on students' future success. Global Wisconsin makes the case that international education is both essential to students and easily integrated into current teaching practices.

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 5:30 PM • Pyle Center, 702 Langdon St
Wednesday, November 08, 2017 5:30 PM • The Madison Club, 5 E Wilson St
Tuesday, December 12, 2017 5:30 PM • The Madison Club, 5 E Wilson St
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