International students at Emporia State University have planned a series of activities to celebrate International Education Week. The week highlights the benefits of international education and showcases the diverse cultures, music and cuisine of international students. The events culminate on Friday, Nov. 17, with the International Cultural Show.
International students at Emporia State University are excited to share their native cultures with fellow students and the Emporia community. At the same time, they will raise money for scholarships.
Three separate events at Emporia State University allow the campus and Emporia communities to experience and learn about international cultures.
Registration is open for a leadership workshop offered by Emporia State University and the Office of International Education.
The head of a Paraguayan study abroad organization visited Emporia State University on Oct. 21. Federico Mora is general coordinator of the National Scholarship Program for Study Abroad or BECAL. The program sends undergraduate and graduate students as well as professionals to top universities and research centers around the world with the promise they will return and use their new knowledge to benefit Paraguay.