The GeoSphere is an extraordinarily unique learning environment. Students enter the 20ʼ inflatable globe, sit on Antarctica, and are given an unparalleled view of our planet. • Students go inside the GeoSphere one class at a time (25-30 people). • Programs run 20 minutes in length • GeoSphere shows natural vegetation regions, mountains, water bodies, latitude & longitude lines, plate tectonic boundaries, and city symbols.
To schedule a tour, contact Kay Gandy (email@example.com)
Please join the Center for Faculty Development (CFD) and the Office of International Programs (OIP) for a discussion of international teaching and research opportunities available to faculty under the Fulbright Scholar Program.
International education experiences have led many Hilltoppers into promising careers after graduation. Hear from a few recent graduates about where their experiences have taken them! Stick around for refreshments after the panel presentation.
Matryoshka is a symbol of Russian folk art which dates back to the 19th century. The old craft of painting matryoshkas will be introduced to WKU students during International Education Week. Art majors will also assist in helping students to design their own style of nesting dolls. Participants will also have a chance to treat themselves with cookies decorated with unique folk art motifs.