International Education Weeks 2023

November 2023

In summer 2021, President Biden renewed the United States’ commitment to International Education through a statement Reengaging the World to Make the United States Stronger at Home. International Education Week is a joint ambition of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education as part of efforts to promote programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences. For over 20 years, we’ve celebrated the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. More information on IEW can be found at

At Boston College, International Education "Weeks" will be celebrated throughout November and will include events across the Boston College community.

Boston College IEW 2023 is organized and celebrated by a diverse group of departments and offices at Boston College, under the direction of the Office of International Students and Scholars, the Office of Global Education, and the Office of the Vice Provost for Global Engagement.

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Today's IEW Events

IEW 2023 Events

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Past Highlights

Education and Displacement: Inclusion, Exclusion, and Strategies for Social Justice

A World In Crisis: International Student Perspectives from Here & Abroad

CIHE in IEW: Black Lives Matter In A Global Context

Living and Learning in a Country Recovering from War: What can Croatia Teach Us About the American Predicament Today?

International Student Experiences and Perspectives on Global Crisis

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Past IEW Themes at Boston College

2021:Healing along the fault lines: Enduring Crisis; Maintaining Resilience; Strengthening Engagement; Ensuring Justice 2020:Exposing the Fault Lines: Embracing Social Justice in the Wake of a Crisis
2019: Global Environmental (In)Justice: How Do We Respond?
2018: Embracing Challenging Conversations: Moving Towards Reconciliation Locally, Nationally, and Globally
2017: Being a Changemaker: The Heights and Beyond
2016: Beyond Borders: Identities and Perceptions in Today’s World
2015: A World on the Move: Who are We and Where are We Going?