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October 29, 2019

With her husband Sherry, Betsey helped make her home a welcoming place for students, visitors, and immigrants from around the world. She was a humanitarian and a lover of people. She joined her husband at countless I-House functions greeting students and visiting scholars, most of whom thereafter counted her as a lifelong friend. Betsey was an inspiration to every person she befriended. She was sharp and engaged, curious about peoples’ lives, and devoted to the music, art, and cultures of the world. Betsey is survived by her husband, Sherry; older brother, David; daughter, Becky, and her husband, Ron; son, Dan, and his wife, Karen; son, Doug, and his daughter, Ali; as well as by grandsons, Morgan and Tom, and their wives, Christina and Jeanetta; and great-granddaughter, Maya. She is deeply missed by all. See In Memory on page 20 of the Fall 2019 I-House Times Newsletter. If you would like to make a donation in memory of Betsey Warrick, go to The I-House Scholarship Fund page, and under "Special Instructions for this gift" please write "Warrick Scholarship."
Estelle Pau-On Lau was born in Honolulu, and thanks to a fateful stay at International House she became one of the few people – indeed, perhaps the only person – to personally witness both the beginning and end of the war in the Pacific. Read more about Estelle and other alumni from the "Golden Age" era.

October 28, 2019

To experience a virtual reality simulation live and see how it can be applied to managing conflict in the workplace, email and join a free webinar on November 7th at 10 a.m. PT. Register HERE.

October 11, 2019

Website Refresh; Early Bird Discounts for Global Homecoming and Cal Discoveries Tours; Staff Highlight