The Global Hub has a robust calendar of events and programming hosted by a variety of departments and student groups. All events and programming are free and open to the public, although some will have limited capacity. Click here to view our full calendar.
Interested in hosting an event in the Global Hub?
Students and faculty are encouraged to reserve space in the Global Hub for their events and programming that focus on international and global topics. We have five bookable spaces that can be reserved individually or in any combination. Click here to find out more.
What types of events/programming can be held in the Global Hub?
In order to maintain the Global Plan’s goals and initiatives, requests for events and programs should be student-centric, have an international or global focus, and fall under one or more of the following criteria:
- Aim to expand participants’ perspectives through global awareness and/or cultural empathy
- Inform and/or enhance participants’ knowledge of another geographic region, culture, or language
- Support participants in their academic pursuits towards earning a global distinction; completing degrees or certificates in international/global areas; and/or participating in international civic engagement, global experiential learning, or other professional development opportunities
- Foster networking and relationship-building among domestic and international students, faculty, and staff
Additionally, all requested events and programs must be open to the public - private or invite-only events will be denied.
Not sure your event qualifies, or have an idea but need some help with the details? Our Global Hub team is available to answer your questions and make sure your event is a success!
How to Request a Space Reservation
Those interested in reserving a space in the Global Hub for an event or program can submit their request via our online form for approval. Please expect 1-2 business days for a response. Requests must be submitted at least 7 days prior to the actual event date in order to be considered.
The Global Hub team tries our best to accommodate as many requests as possible, but please note that scheduling conflicts may arise, as well as requests that do not meet the necessary criteria.