The event, titled "The Civic Impact of Youth Voluntarism: The Curious Contrast between Freedom Summer and Teach for America," is Monday, March 11, at 7 p.m. in the Young Auditorium.
Prospective students must have application materials, including high school transcripts and ACT scores, postmarked by April 1.
Along with the International Dinner, the Center for Global Education will also be hosting other events during International Education Week, including the International Trivia night on Feb. 26 at Jitters and Global Experiences Fair on Feb. 27 at the University Center.
Starting this summer, she'll help steer the course of management education in colleges and universities around the world.
The event will include information tables by retail companies such as Kohl's, Target, Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Steinhafels, American TV, Maurices and Enterprise.
UW-Whitewater students have opportunities to travel around the world in faculty-led cultural and academic experiences.
The event, hosted by the Institute for Sales Excellence, is an opportunity for students to network with sales professionals, enhance their resumes, and improve their communication and persuasion skills.
The event is Tuesday, Feb. 12, from 6:30-8 p.m. at Timmerman Auditorium in Timothy J. Hyland Hall.
First-generation and multicultural students are exploring exciting research topics with faculty mentors, and preparing for careers as professors.
Student musicians have been invited to play at the prestigious concert auditorium in New York City.
Andrew Leonard will present "How the World Works: The Interconnections between Globalization, Energy Policy, Economics, The Environment, and Politics...and Everything Else in Between."
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