Georgia State University celebrates the 19th year anniversary of International Education Week (IEW) on November 12 – 16, 2018.

As a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Education, the week celebrates the benefits of international education and exchange.  Colleges, universities, high schools, and organizations are encouraged to host events that celebrate global education and foster cross-cultural understanding.  International Education Week is now celebrated in more than 100 countries (and counting)!

All events are subject to change. Please stay tuned to iew.gsu.edu for the most recent information.

To request disability accommodations at these events, please contact the office of international initiatives at 404-413-2533/iew@gsu.edu. Please provide your name and the event name, date and sponsor when making your request.


2018 IEW EVENTS GUIDE

Monday, November 12 - Friday, November 16  
All day event.
College of the Arts, Welch School Gallery
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Ghada Amer is a NY-based artist who was born in Cairo, Egypt in 1963 and spent part of her upbringing in France. She studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, received her MFA in painting from the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Nice, and moved to New York City in 1996. She explores numerous themes in her paintings, sculptures, and public garden projects, including cultural identity, definitions of East and West, feminine and masculine, and art and craft. Amer has exhibited at the Venice Biennale, the Sydney Biennale, the Whitney Biennale, and the Brooklyn Museum, among other locations.

Contact: cencia@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12 - Thursday, November 15
8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday, November 16.
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Clarkston Campus, Building F, Main Gallery
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.

Contact: pcfinearts@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12 - Thursday, November 15
All day event.
Dunwoody Campus, Building D, World Languages Suite
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Students can write multicolored greetings in native or second languages and play language word games.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12 - Thursday, November 15
All day event.
Dunwoody Campus, ND-1120 (Language Lab)
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Rotating displays of international travel and photo books focusing on different world regions and countries.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Veteran's Memorial Hall & Lobby, Dahlberg Hall
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Come enjoy the ancient art of Chinese woodcarving paintings presented by the Suzhou Art & Design Technology Institute. Woodcarving originated in China in antiquity as a method of printing on textiles and later on paper. The earliest woodblock printed fragments to survive are the Han dynasty (before 220 A.D.)

Contact: gsuci@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

25 Park Place, Lobby
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
A dozen or so students who participated in faculty-led study abroad programs during 2018 presented in the International Topics Poster Presentations Series on their research and experiences. These same students will reprise the poster session that they did at the September study abroad fair. Faculty with programs for spring-summer 2019 are welcome to prepare their own posters as well.

Contact: lhastings@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Dunwoody Campus, C-D Atrium
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Enjoy an expo on Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as Portuguese-speaking Brazil, with poster displays and cultural items.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12
11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

International Bar at Piedmont North Dining Hall
$10 lunch/$15 dinner
No RSVP required.

Enjoy the flavors of Mexico!

Contact: ashoff1@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12
12 – 1 p.m.
Dunwoody Campus, Student Center, NB-1602

Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.

Community Hours provides a safe space for students who identify with a specific population to congregate for discussion and share feedback. This program is open to all students for learning and to build community on campus. A faculty or staff member will be available for questions and facilitate discussion.

Contact: tcook3@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12
12 – 1 p.m.

Decatur Campus, Student Center, 2100
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
This event will celebrate Native American/American Indian Heritage Month through customs and celebrations. Light refreshments provided.

Contact: tcook3@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12
12 – 1 p.m.
Newton Campus, 2N-2260

Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Holidays around the World highlights many interesting and special holidays celebrated around the world. Light refreshments will be provided.

Contact: issspc@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12
1 – 1:45 p.m.
Dunwoody Campus Auditorium, NC-1100

Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.

This TED Talk-style presentation will examine interesting tidbits of information about the history of cheese around the world.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12
2:30 – 3:15 p.m.
Dunwoody Campus, ND-1120 (Language Lab)

Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
This session will help ESL and International Students, many who are either first generation college students or new to this country, understand how to successfully navigate the core curriculum and their academic pathway/major, as well as how to access relevant student services on campus.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12
2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
25 Park Place, 18th Floor, Conference Room

Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Anthropologist and filmmaker Isabella Alexander will give a lecture on the experience of migrants from Africa to Europe.

Contact: afromherz@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12
4 – 5 p.m.
Honors College, Centennial Hall, Rm. 230

Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
The Fulbright United Kingdom Summer Institutes are 3-4 week programs for US undergraduate first and second year students so they may study abroad and explore the culture, heritage, and history of the United Kingdom while experiencing higher education at a UK university. In this session we will hear from past participants, how to apply, and what you can do to become a competitive applicant. More information: www.fulbright.org.uk/going-to-the-uk/uk- summer-institutes

Contact: lweissbaum@gsu.edu

Monday, November 12
5 – 7 p.m.
Multicultural Center, Student Center East, Ste. 206

Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Join the Multicultural Center as we dive into the cultural norms of the Native American/American Indian community.

Contact: wbritto@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
International Center, Dahlberg Hall, Ste. 300
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Come enjoy the ancient art of Chinese woodcarving paintings presented by the
Suzhou Art & Design Technology Institute. Woodcarving originated in China in
antiquity as a method of printing on textiles and later on paper. The earliest
woodblock printed fragments to survive are the Han dynasty (before 220 A.D.)

Contact: gsuci@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Veteran's Memorial Hall, Dahlberg Hall
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Interested students will have the opportunity to learn more about the
Maymester/Summer and Exchange study abroad programs offered at Georgia
State.

Contact: mystudyabroad@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.


Dunwoody Campus, C-D Atrium
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
This event will focus on France, Spain, Italy, Germany and Russia, which correlate
with the European languages taught at Perimeter College.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
11 a.m. – 9 p.m.


International Bar at Piedmont North Dining Hall
$10 lunch/$15 dinner
No RSVP required.
Enjoy the flavors of China!

Contact: ashoff1@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.


Dunwoody Campus Auditorium, NC-1100
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
This lecture will address important issues in the field of Global Economics
regarding the role of national wealth in economic development around the world.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Newton Campus, 2N-1100
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Featuring African dances and drumming!

Contact: svargis@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
12 – 1 p.m.

Dunwoody Campus, NB-1601/1602
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Holidays around the World highlights many interesting and special holidays
celebrated around the world. Light refreshments will be provided.

Contact: issspc@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
12 – 1 p.m.

Dunwoody Campus, NB-1608
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Community Hours provides a safe space for students who identify with a specific population to congregate for discussion and share feedback. This program is open to all students for learning and to build community on campus. A faculty or staff member will be available for questions and facilitate discussion.

Contact: tcook3@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
12:15 – 1:30 p.m.
Langdale Hall, Rm. 1076

Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Join the Multicultural Center and Dr. Rosalind Chou as we explore how her
publication captures the voices and experiences of Asian Americans navigating the
currents of race, gender, and sexuality as factors in how youth construct
relationships and identities!

Contact: wbritto@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
12:30 – 2:30 p.m.

Student Center West, Rm. 466/468
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Come cheer on teams of students and staff as they challenge Georgia State
professors’ global knowledge during International Education Week. This event is
free and open to all students, faculty and staff. Enjoy internationally-themed
refreshments and fabulous prizes as you cheer on your “global experts.”

Contact: partnerships@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
1 – 1:45 p.m.
Dunwoody Campus, ND-1120 (Language Lab)
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
This info session will familiarize students with opportunities to teach English
overseas after graduating. Also addressed are programs in GSU's Applied
Linguistics Dept., which prepares graduates to teach English to non-native
speakers internationally and domestically.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
1 – 3 p.m.

The CIRCLE, Langdale Hall, Rm. 128
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Come enjoy a variety of games that will challenge your knowledge of world
languages, cultures, and geography; while discovering language learning and
other international resources available to the Georgia State community.
Prizes will be awarded!

Contact: pnolde@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
3 – 5 p.m.

Study Abroad Library, International Center, Dahlberg Hall, Rm. 351
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Practice your spoken Chinese (all levels). Enjoy free Chinese snacks and
tea/coffee.

Contact: gsuci@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
5:30 – 7 p.m.

Student Center East Ballroom
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Cinéfest Film Theater, Student Center West, Ste. 262
Spotlight Programs Board and the Multicultural Center host this culturally relevant
documentary film screening with a special discussion panel afterward. Open to all
Georgia State students with valid Panther ID.

Contact: spotlightfilms@gsu.edu

Tuesday, November 13
8 p.m.

Clarkston Campus, Marvin Cole Auditorium
Ticket required; dekalbsymphony.org
This DSO program features Brice Andrus, principal horn of the Atlanta Symphony
Orchestra and School of Music faculty member, performing Glière's Horn
Concerto. The concert also includes Mikhail Glinka's Overture to Ruslan &
Ludmilla and Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake Suite. The DeKalb Symphony
Orchestra is a Professional-in-Residence ensemble of Perimeter College.

Contact: pcfinearts@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
International Center, Dahlberg Hall, Ste. 300
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Come enjoy the ancient art of Chinese woodcarving paintings presented by the
Suzhou Art & Design Technology Institute. Woodcarving originated in China in
antiquity as a method of printing on textiles and later on paper. The earliest
woodblock printed fragments to survive are the Han dynasty (before 220 A.D.)

Contact: gsuci@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
10 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.
International Center, Dahlberg Hall, Rm. 350
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.

Hear from experienced peers as they provide recommendations on writing
proposals and securing international grants. Support units, along with peers, will
be on hand to answer audience questions.

Contact: partnerships@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Newton Campus, 2N-1100
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Students will research and produce posters that covers various themes about the
African Continent and display them Monday, November 12 – Wednesday,
November 14.

Contact: svargis@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Dunwoody Campus, NB-2000 (Student Center)
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Perimeter College offers 12 world languages, and each one will be represented at
this event with a booth where students can learn some new words and phrases
from native speakers and teachers, as well as learn about the cultures of the
various languages.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Dunwoody Campus, C-D Atrium
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Learn about diverse African cultures with students from the African Student
Association.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
International Bar at Piedmont North Dining Hall
$10 lunch/$15 dinner
No RSVP required.
Enjoy the flavors of India!

Contact: ashoff1@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Decatur Campus, SF-2100
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Stop by this session to find out how you can earn credit toward your degree by
going abroad. Learn how to apply for, and fund, travel and study during spring
break or summer in: Paris, France; London, England; St. Petersburg, Russia; China;
Guatemala; Ecuador; Costa Rica; the Bahamas; Mexico; and more! Perimeter
College students are welcome to bring friends and family to get the full scoop on
study abroad opportunities.

Contact: lcurtright@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
12 – 1 p.m.

Clarkston Campus, CN-2220
Free and open to the Atlanta Campus community.
No RSVP required.
Holidays around the World highlights many interesting and special holidays
celebrated around the world. Light refreshments will be provided.

Contact: issspc@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
1 – 2 p.m.

International Center, Dahlberg Hall, Rm. 350
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Discussion featuring Liam Madden, the associate professor of English, Perimeter
College China Club advisor and USG Asia Council study abroad program director.

Contact: gsuci@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
1:30 – 3:30 p.m.

Dunwoody Campus, Student Center, NB-2101
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Practice your spoken Chinese (all levels). Enjoy free Chinese snacks and
tea/coffee.
Contact: gsuci@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
2 – 3 p.m.

25 Park Place, 26th Floor, Rm. 2608
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required
.
An extraordinary presentation by UK documentary and fine art photographer,
Dr. Lee Karen Stow, to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War I,
pay homage to Georgia native, Moïna Belle Michael, who created the poppy
symbol of remembrance, and to recognize the contributions and resilience of
women from World War I to the present impacted by war, conflict and fighting for
peace.
Contact: akostakbulat@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
2 – 4 p.m.

25 Park Place, 2nd Floor, Conference Room
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Students are invited to hear students and staff share their experiences from living,
working, and studying abroad. All attendees will be entered in a raffle to win
promotional items from College of Arts & Sciences’ International Programs,
including t-shirts, bags, mugs, and more.

Contact: jtaylor112@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
2:30 – 3:15 p.m.

Dunwoody Campus, ND-1120 (Language Lab)
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
This info session is for all students studying or considering studying a world
language, and not just majors. It will inform them how language skills can be a
great catalyst for securing jobs and advancing in their careers.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Wednesday, November 14
7:30 – 9 p.m.

Florence Kopleff Recital Hall
Free and open to the Atlanta Campus community.
No RSVP required.
With an attractive proposal, Duo Guitiano specializes in the repertoire originally
written for this instrumental setting, from 19th century to the present day. In their
path, they have rescued forgotten scores from the golden age of the guitar/piano
duo, bringing back to life the tradition of this peculiar ensemble. This husband
and wife duo has performed in multiples venues in Latin America, and the United
States. In addition, they combine their performing careers with mentorship of the
young generation. As pedagogues, they have held positions in music schools,
conservatories, and universities abroad and in the US. Currently, Castilla teaches
at North Carolina State University, University of North Carolina at Pembroke and
at Coastal Carolina Community College, and Virelles teaches piano at Fayetteville
State University.

Contact: musicpr@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
10 – 10:15 a.m. & 11:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Newton Campus, 1N-Atrium
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Instructor will lead students, faculty, and staff to do Zumba accompanied by
African music.

Contact: svargis@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Dunwoody Campus, Student Center, NB-2000

Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Initially established as the ESL Scholarship Book Sale, this twice yearly event helps
to support scholarships for deserving students, many that are refugees or
immigrants who have overcome obstacles to pursue an education, and who
greatly contribute to the multicultural fabric of our college.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Dunwoody Campus, C-D Atrium
Free and open to the community
No RSVP required.
This event will focus on Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, and South Asian cultures.
The exhibit will include poster displays, artistic and cultural items, travel and
photo books, and more.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Dunwoody Campus, Student Center, NB-2000
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
This event will focus on traditional, modern and pop culture in Japan with poster
displays, photos, cultural items, travel guides, information booklets and photo
books.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu


Thursday, November 15
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Dunwoody Campus, Student Center, NB-2000

Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
This exhibit will feature interesting and informative content about Native
American Culture in the United States.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu


Thursday, November 15
11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
International Bar at Piedmont North Dining Hall
$10 lunch/$15 dinner
No RSVP required.
Enjoy the flavors of South Korea!

Contact: ashoff1@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.


Newton Campus, 2N-1100
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Students, faculty, and staff can welcome to participate in an African
geography/history bee!

Contact: svargis@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.

Dunwoody Campus, ND-1120 (Language Lab)
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
This info session will help students understand the personal, academic and
professional benefits of study abroad. It will also be a time to ask questions and to
address any issues of reluctance or concern students may have.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Dunwoody Campus, Student Center, NB-2000
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
LASSO seeks to recruit, retain, empower, graduate, and advance Latino/Hispanic
students at Georgia State. LASSO’s mission is accomplished by offering students
support services, mentoring programs, volunteer and outreach opportunities,
leadership and career development programs, academic support programs, as
well as referral services.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
12 – 1 p.m.
Alpharetta Campus, AA-1530

Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Community Hours provides a safe space for students who identify with a specific
population to congregate for discussion and share feedback. This program is open
to all students for learning and to build community on campus. A faculty or staff
member will be available for questions and facilitate discussion.

Contact: tcook3@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
12 – 1 p.m.

Alpharetta Campus, AA-1140
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Holidays around the World highlights many interesting and special holidays
celebrated around the world. Light refreshments will be provided.

Contact: issspc@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
12 – 1 p.m.


Decatur Campus, SF-2100
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Holidays around the World highlights many interesting and special holidays
celebrated around the world. Light refreshments will be provided.

Contact: issspc@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
12 – 1 p.m.

International Center, Dahlberg Hall, Rm. 350
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
This event will feature a presentation from Ethan Trinh, an educator working with
the refugee population in Clarkston, GA. After the presentation, there will be a
brief period for discussion and questions.

Contact: mystudyabroad@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
12 – 1:30 p.m.


Rialto Center for the Arts
By invitation-only.
A by invitation-only event for international students to learn about the American
Thanksgiving, but also share similar holidays from around the world. Traditional
Thanksgiving food will be served. International students must register via
https://sunapsis.gsu.edu/istart/controllers/start/start.cfm.

Contact: ctownsend@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
12 – 2 p.m.


Lobby by Clarkston Campus Bookstore
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Featuring language and culture tables and conversations in world languages.

Contact:  asarnat@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
1 – 1:45 p.m.


Dunwoody Campus, ND-1120 (Language Lab)
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Through the use of Internet-based tools and innovative online pedagogies, GSU
teachers and students in a particular class engage in virtual collaboration that
fosters meaningful exchanges with peers in geographically distant locations and
from different lingua-cultural backgrounds.

Contact: jhayden5@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
2 – 3:30 p.m.


Multicultural Center, Student Center East, Ste. 206
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Students are invited to engage in a facilitated discussion about their experiences
of intersecting identities of men of color on campus.

Contact: lharden1@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
2 – 4 p.m.


25 Park Place, 19th Floor
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Do you want to practice the language you are learning? Join World Languages &
Cultures and the Intensive English Program to practice your target language, enjoy
coffee and snacks, and meet people from around the world!

Contact: rllorente@gsu.edu

Thursday, November 15
2 – 4 p.m.


Dunwoody Campus Auditorium, NC-1100
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
From landing a probe on an asteroid in deep space to getting ready for the 2020
Tokyo Olympics, Japan has a lot going on. Come here about some current topics
and issues from a country that has fascinated outsiders for centuries.

Contact: ekendrick@gsu.edu

 

Friday, November 16
10 a.m. – 1 p.m
Multicultural Center, Student Center East, Ste. 206
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.

These dynamic, interactive workshops are designed to develop, enhance, and
maintain culturally competent and supportive environments on Georgia State
University’s campus for GSM (Gender & Sexuality Minorities) individuals, as well
as heterosexual, cisgender, and other people who care about diversity, equality
and inclusion.

Contact: wbritto@gsu.edu

Friday, November 16
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
International Center, Dahlberg Hall, Rm. 350
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Study Abroad Programs is teaming with the Atlanta Passport Agency to offer 50
students the opportunity to receive additional help with acquiring a passport.

Contact: mystudyabroad@gsu.edu

Friday, November 16
11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
International Bar at Piedmont North Dining Hall
$10 lunch/$15 dinner
No RSVP required.
Enjoy the flavors of Jamaica!

Contact: ashoff1@gsu.edu

Friday, November 16
1  – 3 p.m.

International Center, Dahlberg Hall, Rm. 350
Free and open to the community.
No RSVP required.
Searching for and applying to jobs in the United States as international student
can be difficult. Come to this workshop to learn how to understand the
immigration process of going from OPT to H-1B to permanent residency (green
card); write a resume/CV for jobs and internships; search for jobs and
organizations are international student friendly; and know how your visa status
affects your search.

Contact: ajohnson376@gsu.edu


2018 GOVERNOR’S PROCLAMATION 

Click here for the Proclamation for International Education Week 2018 by State of Georgia Governor Nathan Deal.


2018 IEW MEDIA KIT

Click here for the 2018 IEW Media Kit, containing downloadable graphics and templates for web, social media, and print!  Please view in list view.  Thank you for your support!


IEW PHOTO GALLERIES

Stay tuned for the 2018 International Education Week photo galleries!