International Education Week celebrates the programs, activities, research, and people that make UW-Madison one of the top universities in the world. Join faculty, staff, and students across campus for a series of special events, lectures, fairs, and opportunities for food, learning, and fun!
Monday, November 12
International Education Week kicks off with foods from around the world, a special lecture with Madison's own Iron Chef, and a night of dancing!
Tuesday, November 13
UW alumna and filmmaker Stacey Reiss will discuss how students can open the world with their UW degree. Following, she will present a screening of her film, "The Diplomat."
Wednesday, November 14
Take a break from work and studying by attending a screening of "Dear Ambassador," with an introduction and post-screening Q&A with director Luiz Fernando Goulet.
Thursday, November 15
Rick Steves--guidebook author, TV host, columnist and travel expert--delivers the IEW keynote speech, "Travel as a Political Act."
Friday, November 16
Build your international career, learn how human trafficking is impacting Japan, and see another selection from the IRIS Film Series!
Saturday, November 16
IEW concludes with the final film in the IRIS Film Series.
International Education Week (IEW) is a joint initiative of the US Department of State and the US Department of Education.
International Education Week at UW-Madison is an initiative of the International Division.