Global Awareness Month at TWU
DENTON — Here are some additional highlights of activities at Texas Woman’s University that are part of the university’s Global Awareness Month’s activities:
• Musica España - a showcase of the music of Spain by the TWU Chamber Singers, Concert Choir, Flute Choir and Wind Ensemble on Oct. 14 at Margo Jones Performance Hall;
• The TWU Drama Program’s performances of “Private Lives” by British playwright Noël Coward Oct. 14-17 at the Redbud Theater Complex; and
• A presentation on “The Importance of Books and Reading in the Lives of Children Around the World” on Oct. 18 at the TWU Library; and
• The date of the Monster Flute Choir Concert with Brave Combo has been changed to Nov. 2 at Margo Jones Performance Hall.
For more information, including admission prices (if applicable) and a detailed schedule of activities and times, visit www.twu.edu/global.
TWU is celebrating October as Global Awareness Month and is hosting a variety of events and activities on all of its campuses to promote TWU’s Global Connections Initiative.
“The activities this month reinforce the Global Connections Initiative’s theme of ‘Explore the World at TWU’ and will help us in our goal of creating a campus climate of global awareness and understanding,” said Dr. Ann Staton, dean of the TWU College of Arts and Sciences, who co-directs the initiative with Dr. Richard Nicholas, vice president for student life.
Launched in 2009, the goal of the TWU Global Connections Initiative is to provide global opportunities, experiences and connections for TWU students, faculty, staff, and the community. The initiative also is charged with helping all TWU students become global citizens with the knowledge, skills and abilities to excel in learning, living and working in a global, diverse and complex society.
Director of Media Relations
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