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Resident e-News | October 19, 2011

I-House e-News is a bi-weekly email to all residents with upcoming events, contests and networking opportunities.Your e-news will be emailed to you every other week. Stay up to date on all things I-House!


Great California Shakeout!
UC Berkeley will sound its emergency sirens and public address system at 10:20 a.m., Thursday (Oct. 20) to remind everyone to DROP, COVER and HOLD, part of a statewide effort to raise awareness regarding earthquake emergency preparedness.

Financial Aid Application Deadline Extended to 
Monday 10/24, 4:30 pm!
Financial assistance for international students, U.S. citizens and permanent residents is available for the spring semester 2012. Those eligible are graduate or upper-division students who will have already completed one academic year at UC Berkeley and who demonstrate financial need. For more information and to download an application, click here:

Shin-Kanrin-Maru Project 2011 Workshop
October 30-31
The Shin-Kanrin-Maru Project 2011 workshop will focus on the Japan-US Tomodachi Operation. The goal is to Build-Back-Better, Go Beyond Crisis, and to Work Together for Better World (Japan & California). This workshop is open to all residents who have a strong desire to interact with Japanese Ph.D. students and to make Japan and California better places in the future.

Location: Osaka University San Francisco Center for Education and Research, 100 Montgomery Street Suite1270, San Francisco If you are interested in the workshop, please contact (415) 296-8561 or info@osaka-u-sf.org

Thursday, November 3, 7:30 pmMichael Nacht
I-House Speaker Series: Michael Nacht-Challenges in American Foreign Policy
I-House residents may attend this event FREE of charge. Simply sign up at:

Wednesday, November 9, 7:15 pm
I-House Debate: Ecology vs. Economy
The first commandment of Economics is to grow and grow forever. Companies must get bigger. National economies need to swell by a certain percent each year. People should want more, make more, earn more, spend more. The first commandment of the Earth is that there is only so much and when that is gone, there is no more: use, but use carefully with conversation and renwability in mind.

What do you think? Don't miss this opportunity to express your viewpoint. Register to participate in the Program Office and join the I-House Debate Club on Facebook.

Job Ops with the AAPCHO (Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations)
Click HERE to enter the Resident Portal on the I-House web site for the job descriptions and application information.

Be Informed-Join the Program Office Facebook Group!
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Full Calendar on-line at ihouse.berkeley.edu

Wednesday, October 19, 6 pm
Thai Night Dinner

Friday, October 21, 6 pm
Pub Night Dinner

Saturday, October 22, 6 pm, Dining Hall
Diwali, Festival of Lights Dinner

Monday, October 24 & 31, 8 pm
Sizzling Latin Social Dance Class

Tuesday, October 25, 7 pm
I-House Film Series, Fujian Blue

Learn About Other IH Programs-
Including the chance to volunteer and share your culture with local school children through the SPEAKER'S BUREAU PROGRAM or, if you are an international student, find a local family to introduce you to the community through the HOST FAMILY PROGRAM.  For more on all our programs visit the PROGRAMS AND EVENTS page.