Welcome to the JIC

Built in 2006, the Joseph International Center was inspired by the gratitude of one of John Joseph's former students, Andrew Schindler '72. Dr. Joseph '50 is a Lewis Audenreid Professor Emeritus of History. The Joseph International Center houses classroom space, a kitchen, a Global Commons and offices for the staff of the International Studies Program  and  International Programs. There is also a small Japanese garden donated by the Honaman family and a front patio that features a sculpture dedicated to the memory of  Diane Curcio Homiak, mother of Erin and Jill Homiak '07. The Center space facilitates the F&M community coming together across borders, cultures and languages. Many clubs and groups meet here after  office hours, hosting Arabic, French, Spanish and German coffee hours, Buddhist meditation, Asian New Year celebration and a wide variety of events.

 

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We are located at 701 College Ave., at the corner of New St.

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Offices at the JIC 

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES

The office works with international  students with immigration processes during their enrollment at the College, and for some, into their first few years after degree completion.   

The JIC Pulse 

Campus Events 

(Academic year only)

January 25
event 1/25/2018

Cinematic Journeys in the Mediterranean: Nuovomondo (Golden...

Stager 102 Stahr Auditorium

Nuovomondo (Golden Door), Italy 2006, dir. Emanuele Crialese, 118 min. The story of a rural...

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January 30
event 1/30/2018

Pre-occupied Spaces: Remapping Italian Transnational...

Life Science 142 Bonchek Lecture Hall

Adapted from Fiore’s recent book Pre-occupied Spaces, this lecture poses Italy as a unique...

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Social Media

Franklin &Marshall Global Facebook Page (International Studies Program page)

International Student Services Twitter account

International Stories 

Story 9/25/2017

Off-Campus Study: Aly Campbell '18

Environmental Studies and BOS joint major studies in Varanasi, India.

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Story 9/1/2017

Off-Campus Study: Shelby Sawyer '18

Environmental Science major spends her semester off campus on a research trek through Patagonia.

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Story 9/1/2017

Arab Arts Festival to Showcase a Rich Culture

“Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture,” showing at Franklin & Marshall College’s Phillips Museum of Art from Sept. 6 through Dec. 8, is part of the College’s Arab Arts Festival, an...

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Story 8/18/2017

Off-Campus Study: Karolina Heleno '18

English and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies joint major studies in Scandinavia.

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Story 8/17/2017

Off-Campus Study: Jabari Benjamin '18

Economics major studies for the summer in Bath, England.

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