Global Brandeis: International Education Week
|Date & Time:||18 November 2008 - 21 November 2008|
| ||International Education Week (Nov. 17 - 21) is a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of Education and Department of State designed to celebrate the benefits of global exchange and understanding. Brandeis will help celebrate by hosting events highlighting the following three themes: global citizenship and cosmopolitanism, benefits of the international experience, and "preserving stories, retracing roots."
We're also profiling some of Brandeis' most innovative projects -- initiatives created directly by students and faculty. Many of these projects engage in partnership with organizations in the developing world. From a sewing cooperative in Rwanda to an archive of Iraqi life, the Brandeis impact is found all over the globe.
Events for International Education Week will be hosted by a number of campus organizations, with an all-week Intercultural Center Open House and food from around the world provided by Brandeis University Dining Services. We hope you enjoy the week's events.
For a complete listing of events and times, click here.