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    IEGAP Fall 2023 General Meeting

    Thank you all who joined IEGAP the General Meeting on Thursday, September 21, 2023. It was great seeing  current and new members representing different countries! IEGAP Leadership team presented several updates  on current initiatives and future plans.    Some highlights: If you would like to volunteer for any of the IEGAP committees please sign up here: The leadership also shared initiatives launched by other campus partners.  The General Meeting concluded with an ice breaker session – an activity where the members got a chance to interact and get to know each other.  Thank you all for coming and stay tuned for updates on upcoming events and initiatives. We missed those who couldn’t…

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    Understanding Salary Negotiation

    We are happy to announce that IEGAP launched a multi-part Professional Development Series on Empowered Decision Making. The first session “Understanding Salary Negotiation” took place on June 21st. It was facilitated by Krystyn Kitto, Senior Associate Director in the Center for Career Development and it covered salary, compensation and benefits discussions with prospective employers.   Next sessions are planned to take place after the summer.

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    Spring Members Meeting

    Thank you all who joined us for the General Meeting on Tuesday, February 21, 2023. It was great seeing our  members representing 17 different countries! The IEGAP President, Mariyah Salem, opened the meeting with a minute of silence to remember the victims of the Turkey and Syria earthquake. We shared a list of organizations and campus efforts if you wish to support the victims and their families: webpage  The following updates from the Leadership team and the Subcommittees on IEGAP current initiatives and future plans were presented to the participants:   Two new sub-committees had been created: Community Outreach to help engage with external organizations and to serve as a responsible…

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    Lunch & Language: The Philippines

    The first Lunch & Language of the year featured The Philippines. It was held on January 24th at the Louis A. Simpson Building.  The presenters were Ma. Florevel (Floe) Fusin-Wischusen with the Princeton Institute for Computational Science & Engineering and Marie Burke with the School for Public and International Affairs. Both were born and raised in the Philippines— Floe is from the Province of Iloilo and Marie is from the capital city of Manila.  The presentation started with the singing of the Philippine National Anthem titled “Lupang Hinirang” rendered by the presenters. It was followed by a discussion on the Philippine history, its pre-colonial alphabet and writing system, cultural traditions…

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    Bead and Bond Event

    Crafting is the finest way to unwind during a lunch break at work. The Craft and Chat committee organized a Pandora-style bracelet event called “Bead and Bond.” The participants gathered around a table, grabbed their beads and bracelets, and got right to work. The event reminded us of all of our elementary school crafts days as we talked about color-coordinating beads and charms. Some participants crafted two or three bracelets to distribute to friends and loved ones. An hour of crafts was followed by tea, coffee, cookies, and a lovely cranberry cake. It was amazing to put a face on our members, and we all had a great time making…

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    Fall Member Meeting

    It was great to see so many members, both new and old, during our first in-person meeting of the fall. We hope that everyone had a great summer, was able to take some time off to refuel, and is excited about the new academic year. Here are the most important topics covered in our meeting. We discussed continuing the virtual International Film Club events. We are looking for  members to join the Committee to help select the movie for the month through Kanopy, plan the group discussion date, set up and send out the Zoom meeting to the group, and moderate the discussion. We also considered other options for in-person…

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    Craft & Chat

    It’s hard to believe it is already December! This is a time to get cozy and there is nothing better than sit together and have some fun. This is what IEGAP members decided to do on a Wednesday afternoon. We came for an hour of cookies, coffee and some serious crafting. It was so great to see people meeting in person again and having fun making a macramé.

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    2021 Tiger Trot

    Many ERG members participated in this year Tiger Trot. It was a chance to support a great cause and reconnect with campus colleagues. There was an ERG stand where you could get a donut, a hot cider or chocolate after a 5k run or walk. Thanks to the organizers for the wonderful event!

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    Next International Film Club on 10/20

    Please join us for the next meeting for the film club. Film title: Leona (Mexico 2018) Synopsis:An intimate, insightful, and moving film that tells the story of a young Jewish woman from Mexico City who finds herself torn between her family and her forbidden love. Ripe with all the drama and interpersonal conflicts of a Jane Austen novel, watching her negotiate the labyrinth of familial pressure, religious precedent, and her own burgeoning sentiment is both painful and beautiful – there are no easy choices to be made. Free and available online at Kanopyhttps://catalog.princeton.edu/catalog/11704283 (PUID required) Watch the trailer: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8446886/ We look forward to seeing there!