Tag Archives: International Education Month

Happenings: International Education Month 2012

Learn to go global during International Education Month

Students from the International Studies Association hosted a multicultural food fair on campus.

By Andrew Osegi

Here at Texas State University, November is an exciting month. Not only are students looking forward to heading home for Thanksgiving break, but they also have an opportunity to engage with different cultures from around the world during International Education Month.

Similar to the federally sponsored International Education Week (held Nov. 12-16), International Education Month aims to connect diverse members of the Texas State community by educating students about the global nature of the world in which we live and work. Continue reading

Around Campus: International Education Month

Month-long international focus
aims to promote global learning

Texas State students in front of temple in Laos

Texas State students visited a Buddhist temple in Luang Prabang, Laos, as part of the "Bobcats in Indochina" study abroad summer course in 2011.

Texas State University will promote international education throughout the month of November for International Education Month (IEM).

Inspired by International Education Week (IEW), a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education that promotes global educational exchange, Texas State’s International Office is organizing a month-long series of events to raise awareness about international education opportunities for Texas State students. Continue reading