International Education Week
Empowering Youth Through International Education
Mon. 18 Nov. and Wed. 20 Nov. | 9am to 11am | H&K
Submission Deadline| 12 Nov. | 3 pm CST
Voting Begins| 15 Nov. | 8 am CST
Voting Ends| 20 Nov. | 3 pm CST
Winners Announced| 21 Nov. | 3 pm CST | Cafe Internationale, ASH 241
Share your photos from your travels abroad. To enter the photo contest, please complete the Photo Contest Entry Form and submit it, along with up to three electronic photos, to email@example.com.
Photos will be on exhibit in the Criss Library Friday, November 15 through Friday, November 22. Vote for your favorite photo through November 20 at 3pm. Winners will be announced at Cafe Internationale on Thursday, November 21 at 3pm in ASH 241. The top three photos will receive a prize.
Tues. 19 Nov. | 10 am to 2 pm | MBSC
Internationally-inspired gifts and baked goods for sale. Proceeds and donations support UNO's International Student Emergency Loan Fund.
Tues. 19 Nov. | noon to 1 pm | MBSC Dodge Room
Invitation-only event honoring sponsored exchange students and scholars, distinguished guests, and graduating international students and International Studies majors.
Wed. 20 Nov. | 11:30 am to 1:00 pm | CPACS 132D
Omar Torres Fernández, Dean of International Business at Universidad Anáhuac Xalapa presents: Sustainable Development Goals for Higher Education: Universidad Anáhuac Xalapa. Consul of Mexico in Omaha, Guadalupe Sanchez Salazar, will welcome guests and students to this special event. Lunch provided, no registration required.
Thurs. 21 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. Free parking available in Lot T throughout the event.
Fri. 22 Nov. | 12:30 to 3:30 pm
UNO international and domestic students are invited to work together to give back to the Omaha community. 2019 volunteer opportunities include Open Door Mission and City of Omaha cleanup. Sign up in Arts and Sciences Hall Room 241 by 19 Nov. Transportation will be provided.