Cheri L. Alexander, Executive Director of Global Learning at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, will be kicking off the Educational Leadership Doctoral Program's series of speakers. She will be giving a lecture on "Being Global- Leadership Lessons from Business to Higher Education." The series is free, but please be sure to register here if you plan to attend.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, WKU Cultural Enhancement Series is hosting a Hispanic Heritage Festival in collaboration with WKU HOLAS, HOPE, WKU's Dept. of Modern Languages, and WKCT's La Nuestra. Come join in the music, food, dancing, and fun! Immediately following the festival is a free musical performance by Ozomatli in the Van Meeter Auditorium.
To help WKU clebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, Latin-influenced pop group Ozomatli is giving a free performance in Van Meter Auditorium! Come listen to the Los Angeles group's innovative sound that features elements of Latin, hip-hop, rock, and other genres. Be sure to join in the fun at the Hispanic Heritage Festival behind Van Meter before the performance!
Learn how you can set yourself APART by participating in an international education program. Representatives and faculty leaders of numerous programs will be available to answer your questions and share program information with you. Student Q & A panels will take place throughout the day in MMTH Auditorium.
Location: Circus Square Park, 601 State Street, Bowling Green KY
Time: 9:00am - 7:00pm
The Last Saturday in September each year, beautiful Circus Square Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky becomes an International Paradise of nationalities coming together to proudly share their unique cultures. The festival is a traditional celebration that honors the heritage and diversity among our residents through music, dance, demonstrations, authentic foreign foods, edu-tainment activities, cultural displays and an international bazaar.