It’s International Education Week!

November 12-16, 2012, is designated as International Education Week by the U.S. State Department and Department of Education ( At Marygrove, many offices and student organizations have coordinated international activities which include: movies, discussions, opportunities, and MORE!

Monday, Nov. 12
International Display
Marygrove Library

Tuesday, Nov. 13
Global Opportunities Fair
Foyer – Madame Cadillac
(11-1 PM)

Wednesday, Nov. 14
Spirit Week Presents: Hussle for Your Heart–Florent Gillette Residence Hall Community Room, (8-9:30PM)
Beginning Dunham/Ethnic Dance Class: Madame Penny Godboldo, Instructor
Featuring Guest Artist Maria Orozo & Percussionist Kamaal Amen Ra and William Robinson
Brownstone Dance Studio, (7:30-9PM)

Thursday, Nov. 15
International Table
Alumnae Hall (12-1 PM)
Speed Network the Globe (7-8PM)
Global Entrepreneurship Week is the world’s largest celebration of the innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare.

Friday, Nov. 16
International Movie Matinee, Popcorn Provided
Florent Gillette Residence Hall
Community Room, (2-4 PM)


  • Share a video:
  • Participate in the IEW activities across campus.
  • Wear your favorite ethnic traditional attire and share with others.
  • Share your personal international education experience with others.
  • Check out the International display in the library.
  • Encourage others to participate!

There is still time, REGISTER for a TRAVEL SEMINAR.  2013 Travel Seminar Destinations: France, Jamaica, Brazil, New Zealand and Ghana!  Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, Opportunity Awaits!

“The spirit of seeking understanding through personal contact with people of other nations and other cultures deserves the respect and support of all.” Gerald R. Ford, 1976

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