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2010 Spring Schedule

January

01/15 to 01/16
“The Half Moon Couple,” an original play developed by TWU students in Dublin, Ireland, at the Gaiety School with Patrick Sutton and playwright Martin Maguire.  Performance in Dublin, Ireland by TWU students
Visit TWU Drama for details...

01/20
"Haiti: Historical and Personal Perspective"
Student Union 207, Noon - 1pm

February

2/9 to 2/11
Korean Fulbright Exchange teachers visit Denton
Korean teachers will give presentations to some TWU classes and interact with the university community.
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2/9
International Dance Company performing during Black History Month event, TWU Guinn Hall, 6pm

2/11
8th CAS Public Affairs Forum:  Dr. Mohsen Kadivar, Visiting Professor of Religious Studies at Duke University, will give a presentation entitled “Politics of Islam:  Searching for Common Ground.”
2:30pm - 4:00pm, CFO 204
College of Arts and Sciences forums website

2/17
Study Abroad Peer Information Day, TWU, Student Union, Second Floor, Purple Lounge, Room 207, 11:00am-1:30pm
Visit the International Education Programs and Activites page for details...

2/18 to 2/21
“The Half Moon Couple,” an original play developed by TWU students in Dublin, Ireland, at the Gaiety School with Patrick Sutton and playwright Martin Maguire.  Performance in Denton by TWU students
Visit TWU Drama for details...

2/25
International Dance Company performing at Faubion Middle School, McKinney, Tx. 8:30am and 9:30am

March

3/4 to 3/5
Cultural Connections Conference
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International Dance Company performances: 3/4 - 6pm TWU Hubbard Hall, 3/5 - 11:45am TWU Hubbard Hall

3/9
International Festival, TWU, Student Union, Second Floor, Purple Lounge, Room 207, 11:00am-1:30pm

3/24
International Visitor Leadership Program: Visitors from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Tajikistan. Group discussions about student recruitment, college readiness, SENCER, outreach programs for school children, and more.

3/27
Earth Hour: 8:30pm - Turn out the lights!

3/31
WOW: Women of the World - 5:30pm-7pm - ACT Lobby

April

4/5
"Seeing China: Views from an Insider and an Outside"
Major General Mary Saunders and Dr. Lin Zou
Student Union 201 | 12:15p - 1:15p
Sponsored by: Global Connections, College of Arts & Sciences, Student Life, Commuter Services, Leadership Institute

4/6
"One Day Without Shoes"
Ever tried walking a mile in someone else's shoes? Try it barefoot. For one day. One Day Without Shoes at TWU, Hubbard Oval, 12p - 5p.  Sock Hop from 3p - 5p.

4/7
Celebrating Asian Heritage Month, Pioneers for Diversity Luncheon
Wednesday, April 7, 2010 - 12pm - 1pm
Hubbard Hall Banquet Room - Must RSVP to OIS by April 5th - intercultural@twu.edu

4/18
International Dance Company performing for "Dance for the Planet," Booker T. Washington High School, Dallas, Tx.

4/21
Earth Week 2010 - 11am to 2pm - Earth Week Lunch in the Student Union at the Underground

4/22
International Dance Company performing at Convocation Picnic, TWU Pioneer Circle, 11:30am

4/23
Earth Week 2010 - 11am - Tree planting by the TWU Green House

4/23
International Dance Company - Homecoming Performance, TWU Amphitheater, 1:00pm

4/25
International Dance Company - Arts and Jazz Festival - Denton, Tx.

4/26
"Marquilopolis: City of Factories" (2006) documentary film screening | CFO 202 | 6pm - 8pm 

May

5/3
Cinco De Mayo Celebration - 11am - 2pm, The Underground

July

7/31
Classical Guitar Concert in Redbud Theatre, 7:30 p.m., Free admission.
Composers include:2 Danzas Paraguayas by Paraguayan composer Agustin Barrios.
Verano Porteno (Tango) by Argentinian composer Astor Piazzolla Mecahuehuetl and Ocarina by Mexican composer Miguel Angel Romero (now living in France) A l'aube du dernier jour by French composer Francis Kleynjans Intermezzo and Arrulladora by Mexican composer Manuel Ponce Next Corner, Chanson des Enfants, and Fantasy for Clarinet and Two Guitars by American composer James Chenevert Les Andelys and Liseaux by American composer Brian Clement-Foreman Miguel Angel Romero is also performing on the concert as our special guest artist, along with TWU performers Carlo Pezzimenti, Brian Rowe, and Garry Evans.

For additional information on Global Connections events, contact:

Global Connections
P.O. Box 425437
Denton, TX 76204-5437
940.898.2002
940.898.3366 (Fax)
globalconnections@twu.edu

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