International Education Week

International Education Week is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education is part of our efforts to promote programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences in the United States.

Name: “France at a glance: a personal perspective”
Date: November 18th
Time: 11am
Location: Sandia Room (CUB)
Description:
ENMU Assistant Professor of Nursing Program, Valerie Kyle, was born in Chateaubriand, France.  After living in other countries such as Algeria, Germany, and Guam she moved to Clovis, NM where she has lived since. Ms. Kyle will speak of France from a personal perspective as an individual who left France years ago, and how the essential cultural aspects of her home country and culture remain with her.

Name: "Cultural and Linguistic Journey to Spain”
Date: November 19th
Time: 4pm
Location: Sandia Room (CUB)
Description:
Dr. Nicholas Santavicca, Director of the American Culture and Language Program at ENMU, has been immersed in the Spanish language and culture throughout his life. He lived for two years in Madrid, Segovia, and Valladolid, Spain, where he studied and improved his Spanish and taught English. Dr. Santavicca will share his personal experiences with the Spanish culture, language, and people from a foreign language student and professor’s perspectives.

Name: “Germany, a Tale of Two Countries”
Date: November 20th
Time: 6pm
Location: Sandia Room (CUB)
Description:
Originally born in Dresden, Alumna Janett Johnson, lived in the former East-Germany for 21 years. At a young age, she experienced life in both East and West Germany. Ms. Johnson will share her experiences in communist-socialist Germany, compare those lived in socialist-capitalist Germany, and relate those experiences to life in the United States.


  
Name: “Reflections of Italy”
Date: November 21st
Time: 4pm
Location: Buchanan Hall (Music Building)
Description:
ENMU Choir will share experiences from their twelve-day Italian Performance Tour to Venice, Florence, and Rome last summer. Come learn about some of the highlights of the Italian people, music, culture, history, and music from the students' perspective.

Name: “Study Abroad”
Date: November 22nd
Time: 11am
Location: Sandia Room (CUB)
Description:
Do you like to travel? Do you like learning foreign languages and about other cultures? Do you want to enhance your academic, professional, and personal life overseas? ENMU International Advisor, Christy Czerwien, will give a presentation on the study abroad programs ENMU offers to students, the countries and universities ENMU has agreements with, and the application process needed to study in a foreign country!

 

International Education Week Calendar