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Global Education Week Event Proposals

FoNPerformance3Be a Part of Global Education Week!
DU's Global Education Week is a week-long event dedicated to the exploration and celebration of intercultural education and exchange. It provides participants with an opportunity to support global citizenship and develop a broader understanding and appreciation of diverse histories, cultures, and languages. You can be a part of this tradition by sharing your cultural knowledge and experiences with the greater DU community by organizing a program/workshop/speaker/panel or other educational event to be included in the University's Global Education Week.

Global Education Week
April 7-12, 2014
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Submitting Event Details for Inclusion in the Global Education Week Calendar of Events
Please submit all event details to the Festival of Nations Planning Board via our online form by March 3, 2014 so that your event will be included DU's Global Education Week calendar of events.

The Office of International and Scholar Services and the Festival of Nations Planning Board are available to assist you with promoting the event and will also include your department/college/organization's information on the Global Education Week partners webpage. We are also available to partner with and/or assist you in finding a co-sponsor for the event.
DU's Global Education Week will conclude with the Festival of Nations occurring April 12, 2014 from noon-4 pm at the Richie Center Concourse. If you would also like to organize a booth or performance for the Festival of Nations please download and complete an application available on the Booth Applicants webpage.
We hope that you will keep DU's Global Education Week and Festival of Nations in mind for future Spring Quarters and will allocate resources to participate in these important and exciting events every year.
We look forward to working with you to celebrate the rich culture of the DU community!

Examples of Global Education Week Events

Celebrate global citizenship and your efforts to internationalize the campus community by planning an global/culturally themed event for Global Education Week.

Be creative, collaborate with colleagues or friends, and share a bit of your world with the DU community.

Examples of Global Education Week events include (but are not limited to):

    • Coordinating a cultural panel or presentation on a culturally-relevant topic or world issue;
    • Inviting a cultural/global-themed presenter/lecturer/performer to come to campus
    • Sharing your department's international research and/or efforts to internationalize the curriculum;
    • Organizing a cultural-skills workshop
      • e.g., teach participants a cultural dance (e.g., hula dance, tango), traditional craft (e.g., origami), basic language phrases or characters etc.;
    • Hosting a cultural ceremony (e.g., Japanese tea ceremony);
    • Arranging a cultural display; and
    • Organizing a cultural game night in which you teach attendees how to play a traditional game.