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March is Upstate International Month and a group of individuals from education, business, non-profit, civic and social organizations across the Upstate region have planned events to showcase the rich ethnic and cultural uniqueness of the area.
“Upstate International is a new initiative designed to celebrate the international groups among us and their contributions to our region. This initiative will educate all of us about the remarkable international diversity in our midst,” said Dr. Deryle Hope, director of international studies at USC Upstate and a member of the Upstate International Steering Committee. “There are more than 100 events celebrating music, art, religion, food and more that can be used for curricular enrichment.”
A full listing of the events planned across the region can be viewed
here. The events planned for the Spartanburg area are listed below. For information about Upstate International Month, please contact Dr. Deryle Hope at 864-503-5769.
Campus Life Center Ballroom "African-Americans in Spartanburg
and WWI"Dr. Warren CarsonFebruary 24, 5:00 p.m.Tukey Theatre
March 3, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
"Harlem in Montmartre: A Paris Jazz Story"March 17, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.James Baldwin: "The Price of the Ticket"University of South Carolina
800 University Way
In celebration of Upstate International month, Araceli Hernandez-La Roche of USC Upstate and the division of student affairs at USC Upstate will be organizing the Second Annual French & Francophone Film Festival. The 2015 topic will be Black Paris & World War I. Dr. Warren Carson’s presentation on African-Americans in Spartanburg
and WWI will kick-off the film festival on Tuesday, February 24. The festival's film showings will take place on Tuesday, March 3 and Tuesday, March 17 at the Tukey Theater, below the main Library on the USC Upstate campus. At each film screening, there will be an opportunity to compete in a Twitter poetry contest.
March 9-31University Center
225 S. Pleasantburg Drive
11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
University of South Carolina Community Soccer Fields
800 University Way
The German-American Club in cooperation with USC Upstate will be organizing their next International Soccer Tournament March 15 at the USC Upstate Soccer Fields. In 2014, Russia, Haiti, Great Britain, USA, Germany, Mexico, France, International Students and The International Center were represented. Think you can beat them? Start training for your global soccer experience in the Upstate.
March 2112:00 - 4:00 p.m.
248 E. St. John St.
MapSpartanburg is soaring to new heights every year. The Spartanburg Soaring! International Kite Festival will be greater than ever in 2015. Organized by the Chapman Cultural Center, this event brings the Spartanburg community together to look toward the skies as hundreds of kites fly above Barnet Park and the surrounding fields. The day includes kite making, local music, great food and an active and engaging celebration of everything good about Spartanburg. Many community partners and collaborators will be there with various activities for people of different ethnicities, backgrounds and cultures, making the festival a truly international experience.
March 237:00 - 8:30 p.m.
University Center Auditorium
225 S. Pleasantburg Drive
Six digital slides may produce a photo essay with the power to transform an entire university system audience. The Two 2 Transform photo essay competition invites college students from across the Upstate to produce a narrated photo presentation describing and reflecting on their abroad experiences.
March 247:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Spartanburg Public Library, Barrett Room
151 Church St.
The educational committee of Upstate International in collaboration with Spartanburg County Main Library and its Booklovers Club will be hosting a book discussion on our Upstate International community book The Iguana Tree with Spartanburg author Michel Stone.
Upstate International Archived Events 2014Upstate International Archived Events 2013
Dr. Deryle Hope
Meet the CIS StaffChinese Culture & Education CenterLanguage TranslatorInformation for International Students
International Student Handbook
International Studies Newsletter
Fall 2014 Newsletter
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