Penngagement International Experience Series (PIE)

Time: 3-4:30pm, Fridays, 2017-2018

Location: Perry World House, 3803 Locust Walk

Link for registration: https://global.upenn.edu/isss/pies

Co-sponsored by Counseling and Psychological Services, ISSS, & GAPSA

Penngagement International Experience (PIE) Series is a year-round prevention and outreach program tailored for international students and those who have international experiences or are interested in international students' experiences. It intends to provide these students with a welcoming and supportive platform where they can:

1) Become familiar with campus resources 
2) Interact and develop a relationship with fellow students, staff, and administrators
3) Learn important information and develop useful skills leading to success
4) Experience a sense of belonging and community.

Discuss important topics, make connections, and enjoy free food!

PIE Series - Fall 2017

Below is the PIE series for Fall and Spring.  Click here for a colorful poster of the information below.

August 21: 9:30am-11am
Part I: Safety and Security at Penn (DPS)
Part II: It's On Us: Recognizing and Responding to Harmful Behavior (DPS, PVP, SVIO)
Location: World Forum, PWH

Sept. 8: 3pm-4:30pm
Managing Cross-Cultural Adjustment in the U.S. (CAPS)
Location: Global Policy Forum, PWH

Sept. 22: 3pm-4:30pm
Small Talk and Social Interactions in the U.S. (GSC)
Location: Global Policy Forum, PWH

Oct. 13:3pm-4:30pm
Thriving in a U.S. Classroom (WLRC)
Location: Community Room, Counseling and Psychological Services, 3624 Market 1st Floor

Oct. 27:3pm-4:30pm
Expert Panel Discussion: Language, Professor Expectation, Academic Integrity (GSE, SEAS, OSC)
Location: Global Policy Forum, PWH

Nov. 17: 3pm-4:30pm
Relax More, Stress Less (SHS/Campus Health)
Location: Global Policy Forum, PWH

PIE Series - Spring 2018

Jan. 19: 3pm-4:30pm
Networking and Interview Strategies (Career Services)
Location: Global Policy Forum, PWH

Feb. 2: 3pm-4:30pm
Oops! Avoiding Social Mistakes in the U.S. (ISSS)
Location: Global Policy Forum, PWH

Feb. 16: 3pm-4:30pm
Navigating Interpersonal Relationships in the U.S. (Penn Women's Center)
Location: World Forum, PWH

Mar. 16: 3pm-4:30pm
LGBTQ in America: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity (LGBT Center)
Location: Global Policy Forum, PWH

Mar. 23: 3pm-4:30pm
Religion/Spirituality Diversity (Office of the Chaplain, Student Groups)
Location: Global Policy Forum, PWH

Apr. 6: 3pm-5pm
End-of-Year Celebration: Food, Fun, and Friends (CAPS, ISSS, GAPSA, AIS)
Location: World Forum, PWH

For more information, please contact Dr. Yuhong He.