International Ed Week wraps up today

Western Today staff
Friday, November 16, 2012 - 9:45am

International Education Week at Western Washington University wraps up with a spate of events Friday:

  • Education Abroad Expo: 10 a.m. – noon | VU 567
    Thinking about giving your Western experience a culture shift by studying, volunteering or doing service-learning abroad? Curious about the International Studies minor? Come explore your options, ask questions and figure out which program fits your needs.
  • Lecture: 2-3 p.m. | VU 552
    "Creating and Sustaining Mutual International Student Exchange Programs: The Case of ZU-WWU," featuring Kristen Parris, associate professor of Political Science, Western Washington University
  • Food: Global Eats!
    International plates at the dining halls and final day of the Red Square Taco Truck.
  • Folly: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. | Miller Hall Collaborative Space
    Curious about where fellow students have traveled or what’s on everyone’s bucket list? This is your chance to put your pin in the map.


Students line up for tacos at the taco truck in Red Square. The truck will be on campus for one final day on Friday, Nov. 16. Courtesy photo