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International Affairs has programmed an International Education Series for Fall 21, as an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international faculty, staff, students, education, and exchange. ENMU has faculty, staff, and students from all around the world.

This initiative is part of the Multicultural Affairs Department's efforts to promote programs that prepare national and international individuals for a global environment, from the rural ENMU community. All events are open and free to the community.


Event: Welcome from Around the World Pizza Party

Date: 9/02/2021

Time: 6 p.m.

Location: Multicultural Affairs Area

Description: Enjoy pizza, games and giveaways & connect with fellow international students. Meet the Multicultural Dream Team!

Contact: International Affairs, or 575.562.4915


Event: All About Zimbabwe

Date: 9/09/2021

Time: 2 p.m.

Location: Sandia Room

Description: International Student, Rukudzo Tambo from Zimbabwe in Southeast Africa, will present about his country of origin and interesting facts from its independence from British colonial rule to its geographical wonder, Victoria Falls, being the second largest elephant population in the world, and much more.

Contact: International Affairs, or 575.562.2437


Event: Poland: The Country that Refused to Die

Date: 10/21/2021

Time: 2 p.m.

Location: Sandia Room

Description: Fr. Michael Niemczak, son of Polish immigrants, will explore the culture, history, and customs of Poland – a country that has been invaded, occupied, and even wiped off the map, but preserved its identity and came back even stronger.

Contact: International Affairs, or 575.562.2454


Event: The Way of Zen

Date: 10/26/2021

Time: 2 p.m.


Description: President of the Upaya Zen Center , Zen Priest, and teacher, Matthew Palevsky, will embark us on a discussion of the historical roots of Zen Buddhism and its basic tenets. Wandering between the overlapping views that Zen is a philosophy and that its a lived, spiritual tradition.

Contact: International Affairs, or 575.562.2437







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