Students interested in working in Japan are invited to a JET Program info session, Thurs. Oct. 8 from 4:30-5:30 in Cherry Hall.
International Reach in the community: WKU students in Dr. Kumi Ishii’s Advanced Organizational Communication course visits with Leyda Becker, Bowling Green’s International Communities Liaison, to learn how the City provides organizational training for the diverse international population in Bowling Green.
Supported by a Global Encounters Support Grant, the Dept. of Diversity & Community Studies hosted Dr. Gelien Matthews from the University of the West Indies to lecture on black abolitionists in the Caribbean.
Over 700 people gathered Saturday, July 11, 2015 at Circus Square Park to commemorate the 20 year anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The Office of International Programs was honored to support the Bosnian community during this time of remembrance.
WKU's English Dept. and ESLi received funding through the GES grant to host a workshop series for Proyecta students from Mexico. The workshop targeted technical writing and disciplinary literacy for engineering students learning English as their second language.
Local elementary school students during International Education Week explore the world through Geosphere, a 20' inflatable globe.
The Office of International Programs strives to complement Western Kentucky University's
vision to be A Leading American University with International Reach through the strategic
development, implementation, and management of campus-wide internationalization initiatives.
The Office of International Programs, in partnership with the Office of Study Abroad
and Global Learning, serves to enhance WKU's international profile by working closely
with students, faculty, and staff, both domestic and foreign.