USD Marks International Education Week
USD’s Center for Academic and Global Engagement (CAGE) hosts the effort that also includes music, forums, movies and other events alongside other campuses and organizations worldwide. A joint program of the Department of State and Department of Education, IEW 2015 is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits and impacts of global learning and connection, said Sarah Wittmuss, director of CAGE.
"It is an excellent way to showcase the strides USD has made toward its strategic plan goal of increasing the international focus of campus. We welcome campus and community partners to experience the wide array of programs available during the week," she said.
The full schedule for Nov. 16-20:
4-5 p.m. (Farber Hall) Farber Forum: Dimensions of India’s Foreign Policy and Indo-US Relations: Presented by Josukutty C. Abraham, Ph.D., visiting Fulbright Scholar from India.
3:30-5 p.m. (MUC 216) Engaging with Difference and Diversity in the Multicultural Classroom: Presented by Lorena Georgiadou, Ph.D., University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom.
5-7 p.m. (CDC/Mosaic-MUC 2nd floor) Cultural Fair: Experience the different cultures of the students here at USD as they display music, food and other unique items from their home countries.
9-10:30 a.m. (MUC 216) Engaging with Difference and Diversity in the Multicultural Classroom: Presented by Lorena Georgiadou, Ph.D., University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom.
11 a.m.-12 p.m. (MUC Breezeway) Tea Tasting: Join Laura Vidler, Ph.D., to sample teas from all over the world.
5:30-7 p.m. (MUC Ballroom) Global Palate: Enjoy free international cuisine, view the Peruvian documentary Into the Field and see the 2015 photo contest winners. First come, first served.
8-10 p.m. (Farber Hall) International Film Series: Milk of Sorrow.
12-1 p.m. (ID Weeks Library 132c) Global Learning Opportunities: Learn more about study abroad programs and scholarship opportunities.
6-8 p.m. (CDC/Mosaic-MUC 2nd floor) International Game Night: Join USD students in playing games from around the world. Snacks will be provided.
12 p.m. (Larson Concert Hall, National Music Museum) Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theatre (Mini Concert)
7 p.m. (Larson Concert Hall, National Music Museum) Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theatre: Free for USD students, $4 for seniors and youth, $7 general admission.
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