University of Massachusetts- Campuses Host Events to Celebrate International Week
As in previous years, each UMass campus will host a number a special events
throughout International Education Week. Examples include:
UMass Amherst: The Isenberg School of Management is
organizing a series of activities including a competition for a $1,000 Study
Abroad Scholarship, a display of flags, and a study abroad fair. Other campus
programming includes an international photography exhibit, a Global Health
Institute reception, several film screenings and a chef offering a "Taste of
Italy" in various Dinning Commons.
UMass Boston: The Boston campus will host a four-day
conference, "Rebuilding sustainable communities for children and their families
after disasters" from November 16-19 which will cover international disasters
UMass Dartmouth: UMass Dartmouth will host an informational
study abroad table, foreign language discussion groups, and a variety of
international music performances throughout the week.
UMass Lowell: Faculty from UMass Lowell will attend the
Massachusetts Council for International Education annual conference "Mapping a
New World: Access, Equity and Education" on November 21st at Massasoit Community
College in Brockton.
UMass Medical School: Faculty from UMass Medical School are
also participating in the Massachusetts Council for International Education
conference. In addition, the campus will host the 3rd annual International Craft
Additional activities are being held on all of the campuses. View complete listings for the following campuses: