Global Awareness Week
|Global Awareness Week's focus is on the appreciation of differences and commonalities among people from which they can begin to understand each other. These differences and commonalities include, but are not limited to, ethnicity, religion, age, gender, culture, cognitive ability, life experiences, family situations, and sexual orientation. The International Student Organization offers a week-long series of global exploration through several activities and events.|
Apollo Space Suite-Apollo Moon Program (1969-1972)
International Space Station - The International Space Station (ISS) is a habitable artificial satellite in low Earth orbit. It follows the Salyutt, Almazz, Skylabb and Mir, stations as the ninth space station to be inhabited.
The Hubble Space Telescope- The world's first space-based optical telescope, it received its name from American astronomer Edwin Hubble (1889–1953).
Space Food-food products, specially created and processed for consumption by
astronauts in outer space.
Provides opportunities for students, clubs and college departments to highlight how their programs affect our international world and communities. Participants are encouraged to think “outside the box” and make their displays educational, fun, and interactive.
Tables will highlight a specific educational program, country or region of the world, with a topic of international concern and relevance.
We wish to express the international phenomenon of intersecting cultures and cultural fusion; how art and design is promoted in the international market and the creative global scene; the use of materials new and used; and the impact of art-making on the ecological and social conditions of our world.
Sports are an expression of great cultural traditions of the past and future. Sports play a huge role in International and cultural development.
The culture of dance has been shaped by long interaction between original indigenous customs and multiple international influences. Our main stage will be set up in the fountain area in front of the Student Service Center (Bldg. C) with international flags and banners.
Come join the International Student Organization as they present at the International Education Conference and learn about the global impact of technology, study abroad, internationalizing the classroom, Model United Nations and other international affairs. For more information please go to www.LoneStar.edu/IEC.
The conference will be held at LSC-North Harris located at 2700 W.W. Thorne Drive, Houston, TX 77073 on Friday, April 13, 2012. Doors will open at 7:30 a.m. in the Student Services Building. Check-in and late registration will continue until the opening ceremony at 8:30 a.m. Guests will be able to visit with Exhibitors during this time, as they enjoy coffee, juice and breakfast treats. For directions to LSC-North Harris please visit http://www.lonestar.edu/maps-nharris.htm. There will be directional signs on campus to guide you to parking and to the Student Services Building.
Monday April 9, 2012 | 2-4 p.m. LSC-Montgomery Sports Fields
Open to all clubs, faculty and staff
Global Awareness Day
Wednesday April 11, 2012 | 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
|International Art & Design Area||Performing Arts Center (bldg. D) |
& Music Hall (bldg. H)
|Café/Open-Microphone||Between Music Hall Patio|
|Sports Area/Dynamo’s||Grassy area between bldg. C & bldg. E|
World Bazaar Schedule
|Country-Western Dance Quartet||11:30-11:45 a.m.|
|Chicawa-Aztec Dancer||12-12:30 p.m.|
|Mary Anna-Flamenco and Announcements||12:30-1 p.m.|
|Alpenfest-Germany Austria||1-1:45 p.m.|
|Islanders and Announcements||1:45-2 p.m.|
|Fashion Show-International Countries||2-2:30 p.m.|
Space: The International Frontier
Thursday April 12, 2012 | 6:30-9:30 p.m.
If the world works together to explore space and conquer cultural barriers...let’s work together to explore cultural diversity in our own community!
|Reception and NASA exhibit*||Health Science Center (bldg. B) Atrium||6:30-7 p.m.|
|Presentation by NASA
representative Jennifer Clevenger on international cooperation within the space program
|Health Science Center (bldg. B) B-102||7-8 p.m.|
|Night Sky Observation
led by LSC-Montgomery astronomy professor Dr. Aaron Clevenson
|Top of the LSC-Montgomery Parking Garage||8:15-9:30 p.m.|