45th Annual International & American Education Week
November 16, 2009
ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIVERSITY
45th Annual International &amp American Education Week
NOVEMBER 16 – 20, 2009
*SCHEDULE OF EVENTS*
&nbsp"Fostering Global Responsibility and Leadership through International Education" and
&nbsp"Great Public Schools: A Basic Right and Our Responsibility"
Monday, November 16
International and American Education Week Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
&nbspand International Tea Party
Representatives from ECSU community will bring greetings during this kick-off celebration!
4 p.m. -&nbsp 5 p.m., Ridley Student Center, 1st floor stage
TUESDAY, November 17
Faculty Forum on International Scholarly Activities- "A Missing Link in the Chain of the International Fabric of Our National Identity:&nbsp Early Iberian Explorations of the Eastern
Facilitators: Dr. Jose Gil and Dr. John Luton
11 a.m. – 12 p. m., Jenkins Science Building-Rm. 138
Global Leadership Academy Forum
Students from the Global Leadership Academy will showcase activities from the 2008-2009 school year.&nbsp
1 p.m. – 2 p.m., Jenkins Science Building-Rm. 138
Wednesday, November 18th
Student Forum-Student International Experiences
Dr. Kwabena Boansi will moderate a panel discussion about the amazing international experiences of ECSU Students. Members of the panel include foreign exchange students and ECSU students who have traveled throughout the world!
11 a .m. – 12 p. m., Ridley Student Center-1st floor stage
ECSU Study Abroad Workshop – It’s your turn to study in another country!
Representatives from the University of North Carolina Exchange Program will discuss how ECSU students can study in countries around the world!
1 p.m. – 2 p.m., Ridley Student Center, Mary A. Douglas Auditorium-Rm. 206
International Film – City of God "Brazil"
You are invited to enjoy popcorn, soda, English subtitles, and a great international film!
7 p.m. – 9 p.m., Ridley Student Center, Mary A. Douglas Auditorium-Rm. 206
Thursday, November 19
American Education Week Assembly
Assembly Speaker: Dr. Sylvia Mason, Dean, ECSU School of Education and Psychology
10 a.m. – 11:45 a.m., Mickey L. Burnim Fine Arts Center
&nbspMulticultural Education Seminar – "An Oneida Indian today in an international world".&nbsp
Guest Speaker: Dr. Lloyd Mitchell, Professor, Department of Physical Education will discuss what it’s like to be an Indian in a global society and the experiences which may occur.
5 p.m. – 6 p.m., McLendon Hall, Rm. 105
Friday, November 20
This annual event brings ECSU and the surrounding community together for an evening of international food, music, dance, fashion, and art!&nbsp Bring your family, friends, and a covered dish to celebrate our cultural diversity.&nbsp Attire: an outfit that reflects your native country or the country of your choice
6 p.m., K.E. White Graduate Center
For more information, please contact Mr. Torian Lee, chair of International Education Week Committee at (252) 335-3970 and Dr. Saundra Copeland, chair of the American Education Week Committee at (252) 335-3337.