International Education Week
An initiative of the U.S. Departments of State and Education, International Education Week (IEW) is part of an effort to promote international
understanding and build support for international educational exchange. International Education Week is celebrated at UB to share the richness of other cultures, expose members of the UB and Buffalo communities to the diverse perspectives of those cultures and, hopefully, increase community members’ cross-cultural awareness, curiosity and knowledge. IEW is celebrated at UB through performances, lectures, presentations, films, displays and exhibitions.
International Education Week Webcasts
Keynote Lecture (2013)
Human Rights Watch: “Women's Human Rights: The Unfinished Revolution”
Keynote Lecture (2012)
Council on Foreign Relations: “The Arab Spring and Its Aftermath: Islamism, Democracy and the Politics of Dissent”
Keynote Lecture (2011)
David Bornstein: "How to Make Change Happen: Stories from Social Innovators from Around the Globe"
Keynote Lectures (2010)
Richard Dicker, Human Rights Watch: "Rwanda, Darfur and Guantanamo: The Struggle for Human Rights and Justice"
Susan Thomson, Hampshire College: "Challenges of Justice in Central Africa"
Previous International Education Week Events