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Spring 2022 International Education Series


International Affairs has programmed an International Education Series for Spring 22, 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.



Title: What's happening in Myanmar?

Date: 01/27

Time: 2:00 pm

Location: Sandia Room

Description: Van Thang, Lead Graphic Artist of Campus Life and from Myanmar, will present about the history of Myanmar, including the rise of the dictators after its independence from Britain, the endless suffering of the people under the military regime, and the ongoing Civil War in the country, today; the history of the Chin ethnic group, and the role they play apart in this Civil War.

Contact: International Affairs, 575.562.4915,


Event: The Perception of Americans on Africa

Date: 02/17

Time: 2:00 pm

Location: Sandia Room

Description: Many Americans think that Africa is poor and war-torned continent.  This presentation will consist of the studies, interviews, and research done by graduate students, Isaac Yeboah from Ghana and Olayinka Sodunke from Nigeria. Their outcome will enlighten your perception on Africa.

Contact: African American Affairs, , (575) 562 2437  



Title: Lifestyle in the USA Over Pizza

Date: 02/25

Time: 3:00 pm

Location: Navajo Room (Lower Level of CUB)

Description: Adjusting to a new culture away from home can be exciting and challenging. Join Director of Multicultural Affairs from Madrid, Spain, Diana Cordova, and the Multicultural Affairs Team for  pizza and a conversational exchange of questions and answers on the of social cues and customs, U.S. Classroom Culture, make friends, and learn about opportunities on campus. Safe Ride will present on their services.

Contact: International Affairs, , 575-562-4915




Title: The Evolution of Filipinas (women from the Philippines)

Date: 03/21

Time: 2:00 pm

Location: Sandia Room (CUB)

Description: NiƱa Pascual, International Affairs Coordinator from the Philippines, will present about the evolution of Filipino women from being portrayed as the stereotypical subservient image to becoming the strong and independent women who they are presently.

Contact: International Affairs, , 575-562-4915


Title: Bienvenue from France

Date: 04/07

Time: 2:00 pm

Location: Sandia Room (CUB)

Description: Dimitri Monnin from Paris, France will present about his story to ENMU, French history and culture, its music, fashion, and some French 101. Chance to win a Parisian Soccer Jersey. Must be present.

Contact: International Affairs, , 575-562-4915



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