International Day 2009 and International Education Week
Food, performances, music and cultural exchanges!
More than 800 students from 74 countries are pursuing their studies at Cleveland State. International Day is an ideal ways to meet many of these students, during International Education Week which is celebrated worldwide.
Students from countries around the world will participate, including Egypt, Vietnam, China, India and Turkey. Learn about different cultures, taste ethnic foods and watch authentic dance performances by Friends of India, Los Latinos Unidos, Arab Student Unions and the CSU Dance Company.
Other organizations taking part include the Confucius Center, Muslim Student Association, African Student Association, Saudi Students and Greek Hellenistic Society.
This festive annual event is organized and sponsored by Cleveland State’s Center for International Services and Programs.
Wednesday, November 18, 10 a.m. -2 p.m.
Main Classroom, first floor -1899 East 22nd Street
Performances in Main Classroom Auditorium
These international students contribute greatly to Cleveland’s past and future as a vibrant international crossroads. Many students remain in Ohio after graduation to begin their careers, fueling the state’s economy with their expertise. Others become ambassadors for Cleveland when they return to their home country. In addition, international students make Cleveland State a richer learning experience, affording all students the opportunity to interact with people from many cultures.
For more information, please call Cleveland State’s Center for International Services and Programs at 216.687.3910.
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