Students relaxing at the OIS coffee hour on March 9 with furry friend and guest of honor, Professor Beau.
While English is the lingua-franca in U.S. business settings, the variety of English accents can cause communication breakdowns. This workshop, presented by ALI Master Lecturer Barry Griner, focuses on areas of pronunciation that you can adjust so that your accent is more easily understood by future colleagues and employers. Find out more!
Students pose for a romantic Valentine’s Day picture in the #loveois picture frame. Courtesy of the OIS arts and crafts team!
The winning photo of the 2017 Windows to the World photo contest. Taken at the foothills of Kalsubai, the highest mountain in the Western Ghats range, which is located in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Photo by Gareth Dsouza.
“Thought I would get used to Airport goodbyes…”. Taken in Shenzhen, China. Photo by Naiyu Chen.
A photo taken in an elementary school in Qinghai, China. Students are eager to learn from volunteer teachers who came from other cities. Photo by Yuhua Wang.
Ancient Roman art in the heart of the old city of Tripoli, Libya (around 2000 years old). Photo by Mohamed Ben Zeglam.
Clouds over the Colosseum – Rome, Italy. Photo by Mohamed Ben Zeglam.
International Program Assistant Yuhua Wang has a talent for photography. This view of LA was taken during the OIS/Late Night ‘SC excursion to the Griffith Observatory.
International students celebrate Thanksgiving at the Grand Canyon.