International Education Week
Empowering Youth Through International Education
Submission deadline: Wed. 9 Nov. by midnight
Voting at UNO Education Abroad Facebook: 11 to 16 Nov. (3:00pm DEADLINE for likes on 16 Nov.)
Exhibition at Library: 11 to 18 Nov.
The annual International Photo Contest, sponsored by International Programs and generous prize donors, will be on display for voting in the Criss Library during IEW. This year the winner will be chosen by the number of likes on the UNO Education Abroad Facebook page.
To apply, read the full guidelines and complete the entry form and e-mail it, along with one to three photos, to email@example.com.
Mon. 14 Nov. | noon to 1 pm | MBSC Chancellor's Room
Dr. Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado presents “The Ghost of Helms-Burton: Necessary Course Correction on the Path to Normalized US-Cuban Relations." Free pizza and soda.
Help promote IEW 2016: Download the Gildersleeve Lecture flier.
Tues. 15 Nov. | 10 am to 1 pm | Mammel Hall
Thurs. 17 Nov. | 10 am to 2 pm | MBSC
Visit to learn more about UNO’s education abroad programs, including new scholarship opportunities. There will also be two "Know Before You Go" information sessions held during IEW in ASH 220.
Daily Mon. to Fri. 14 to 18 Nov. | MBSC Food Court
International dishes served daily.
Wed. 16 Nov. | 11 am to 1:30 pm | Community Engagement Center
International and domestic students participate in 60 Minutes of Service at the CEC.
Wed. 16 Nov. | noon to 1 pm | MBSC Nebraska Room
Invitation-only event honoring sponsored exchange students and scholars, distinguished guests, and graduating international students and International Studies majors.
Thurs. 17 Nov. | 2 to 4 pm | Arts & Sciences Hall 241
UNO's signature IEW event! Open house with refreshments, music, country display tables, and international cultural presentations by IPD trainees and ILUNO students. Photo contest winners and prizes will be announced.
Help promote IEW 2016: Download the Cafe Internationale flier.
Fri. and Sat. 18 and 19 Nov. | West Point, Neb.
UNO international students travel to West Point for two days of intercultural exchange, visiting schools, Main Street, farms, and a music studio.
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