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BYU's David M. Kennedy Center celebrates international education Nov. 17-20

The David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies at Brigham Young University has listed a series of events to commemorate International Education Week Nov. 16-20:

Monday, Nov. 16 — Photo Gallery and Awards Reception, 2 p.m., 238 HRCB.

The new Photo Contest gallery will be unveiled and the student photographers will be honored at a reception where they will discuss their study abroad experiences and the circumstances surrounding the photos they took.

Tuesday, Nov. 17 — Expand Your World Info Session and Film Screening, 3 p.m., 238 HRCB.

Enjoy a JDawg and learn how BYU "makes the world our campus" at a screening of the new documentary film, "BYU International Stories," created by the International Vice President's Office. Find out why IIE ranks BYU among the top programs for international study abroad—and how you can plan now to expand your world.

Wednesday, Nov. 18 — Kennedy Center Lecture, 3 p.m., 238 HRCB.

"Sudan Before and After 2011: Understanding the Critical Factors Shaping the Future of Sudan"with Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth, head of mission, Southern Sudan, Washington, D.C.

Thursday, Nov. 19 — CFR Academic Conference Call, 10 a.m., 237B HRCB

"Enhancing Preventative Action" with Gen. John Vessey and Paul B. Stares

Thursday, Nov. 19 — Kennedy Center Lecture, 2 p.m., 238 HRCB.

"National Security and Weapons of Mass Destruction: A Career with the National Counterproliferation Center" with Adam Jones, legislative and public affairs advisor, National Counterproliferation Center.

Friday, Nov. 20 — International Field Studies Lecture, 1 p.m., 238 HRCB.

Related stories:

International Photo Contest winners to be displayed

BYU World Fest celebrates international cultures

Writer: Lee Simons

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