November 6, 2012
St. Mary’s University will celebrate International Education Week Nov. 11-16 with the theme ” Exploring Our Spanish Connections.” A highlight of the week will be a visit from The Honorable Cristóbal R. Valdés, Consul General of Spain, who will be the keynote speaker at a luncheon on Monday.
Highlights of International Education Week include:
Official Opening of the Historic Exhibit titled “Exhibit El Camino real de los Tejas: Past and Present.”
- Monday, Nov. 12, 10-11 a.m.
- Louis J. Blume Library, Art Gallery, second floor
International Career Day Luncheon, with keynote speaker The Honorable Cristóbal R. Valdés, Consul General of Spain.
- Monday, Nov. 12, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
- Alumni Athletics & Convocation Center, Movement Studio
“Hispanic Imprints Upon a Howling Wilderness of Texas: Genesis of El Camino Real, 1685-1821,” with keynote speaker Felix D. Almaraz Jr., Ph.D., professor emeritus at University of Texas at San Antonio
- Monday, Nov. 12, 3-4 p.m.
- Louis J. Blume Library, Media Viewing Room, first floor
For a complete listing of events, please visit the St. Mary’s University calendar. International Education Week was started at St. Mary’s in 2001. The purpose of the event is to celebrate diversity and promote understanding of other cultures at St. Mary’s.