Nigerian educators among those visiting campus

Here’s a story showcasing the power of international collaboration in education. UW-Green Bay’s Institute for Learning Partnership and Professional Program in Education will be welcoming a sizeable contingent of visiting educators from Nigeria next week (Monday, March 31 through Friday, April 4). About 20 teachers and administrators will be here for five days of learning and cultural exchange. Their visit will be focused on professional development, with numerous sessions and on-and off-campus events scheduled to cover and address a variety of subjects. We’ll have updates and coverage in a future issue.

It will be a busy week for international visitors to UW-Green Bay.

Mohamed Abla, a contemporary artist and activist from Egypt, will be on campus, sponsored by the International Visiting Scholars Program. You can view a portion of his itinerary here.

In addition,  major novelist César Gutiérrez of Arequipa, Peru, whose debut novel 80M84RD3R0 is a work hailed by critics, will be visiting classes and making several public presentations. Assistant Prof. Hernan Fernandez-Meardi of the Spanish program is finalizing details of the visit.

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