While visiting Kosovo through an International Activities Grant to establish potential research connections, April Murphy (third from right) met with Kosovo's fourth president, Atifete Jahjaga (fourth from right).
With the support of an International Activities Grant, Jean Neils-Strunjas presented at Finland’s Metropolia University about Bingocize©, a new program developed by WKU faculty geared towards older adults.
Guests from Adeleke University in Nigeria visit campus to develop a partnership with WKU.
Students participate in and learn about the different ways in which Korean, Chinese, and Vietnamese cultures celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival.
WKU Art Professor and International Activities Grant recipient Yvonne Petkus went to Iceland as an Artist in Residence through the SIM Residency in Reykjavek and the Hvitahus Artist Residency near Hellisandur.
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Students tackle various issues at Dr. Kong and Professor Strode's Cultural 101 workshop during International Education Week.
WKU NDEO teaches students a Korean-fusion fan dance during International Education Week.
The Office of International Programs strives to complement Western Kentucky University's
vision to be A Leading American University with International Reach through the strategic
development, implementation, and management of campus-wide internationalization initiatives.
The Office of International Programs, in partnership with the Office of Study Abroad
and Global Learning, serves to enhance WKU's international profile by working closely
with students, faculty, and staff, both domestic and foreign.