PSU Celebrates International Education Week

November 21st, 2008 by Adam

PLYMOUTH, N.H.-
Plymouth State University held a variety of activities November 17-21 to celebrate Int’l Education Week. Some of the events included a “Table Day”, an event to highlight what student organizations are doing, where our int’l students are from and where our study abroad students have been. PSU also organized two Brown Bag Lunches, one with the Limerick Ireland study abroad students and the other featuring a student from Sweden. The week culminated Nov. 20 with a Meet and Greet reception in the HUB, which drew more than 100 students, faculty and staff for international food and live music.

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