WMU International Festival

WMU International Festival 2017

Take a trip around the world—without leaving Michigan—to enjoy some of the music, foods, fashions and traditional dances of 19 cultures by attending Western Michigan University’s 28th Annual International Festival from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday, April 2 on the second floor of the Bernhard Center.

You are welcome here

The Haenicke Institute for Global Education and Western Michigan University are committed to being a welcoming and supportive place for everyone on our campus and in our community. As a proud advocate of diversity, the Haenicke Institute has developed a “You are welcome here” poster and appreciates any support you can give in spreading the message of this campaign.  You are invited to print your own poster or submit poster requests to the Haenicke Institute at wmu-international@wmich.edu

Copy of passport and stamped pages

Apply for U.S. passports at campus office

A United States passport acceptance facility is available in the Haenicke Institute for Global Education’s main administrative office on the second floor of Ellsworth Hall. Members of the campus community and the public planning international travel may apply for their passports via appointment or during walk-in hours.

March 30

César Chávez March Begins at 9:30 a.m. at Bronson Park, ends around 10:30 a.m. at WMU Bernhard Center.
Game night Play board games with CELCIS students, Ellsworth Hall, 4th Floor CELCIS Lobby, 2 to 3 p.m., Free.
Samuel I. Clark Lecture "Is There Really a 'Gap' between Political Science and Policy? Exploring Links Between IR Scholarship and U.S. Foreign Policy" Dr. Ido Oren, University of Florida, Friedmann Hall third floor library, 3:30 to 5 p.m. Free.
Samuel I. Clark Lecture "WMD, WMD, WMD: How the Incantation of Ambiguous Phrases Creates Foreign Threats," Dr. Ido Oren, University of Florida, 157-158 Bernhard Center, 7 to 9 p.m. Free.
Science and the Human Endeavor Speaker Series "How to Travel Through the World’s Paintbox," Victoria Finlay, 1910 Sangren Hall, 7 to 9 p.m. Free.