Campbellsville University holds International Education Fair

Nov. 25, 2014
For Immediate Release

 Even as Campbellsville University’s annual International Education Fair opened its doors, the floor was already crowded with food and information tables. Several hundred attended the event. (Campbellsville University Photo by Linda Waggener)
Even as Campbellsville University’s annual International Education Fair opened its doors, the floor was already crowded with food and information tables. Several hundred attended the event. (Campbellsville University Photo by Linda Waggener)

 

By Linda Waggener, marketing and media relations coordinator

Campbellsville University’s annual International Education Fair, the largest ever, was held Wednesday, Nov. 19, in the Student Activities Center on the main campus. Several hundred students, faculty and staff tasted foods from around the globe and saw presentations, fashion and entertainment by CU international students.

dwina Rowell, instructor in Campbellsville  University’s English as a Second Language (ESL)  program, attended the International Education Fair  in clothing made in Africa where she and her  husband Larry served as missionaries.  (Campbellsville University Photo by Linda  Waggener)
Edwina Rowell, instructor in Campbellsville
University’s English as a Second Language (ESL)
program, attended the International Education Fair
in clothing made in Africa where she and her
husband Larry served as missionaries.
(Campbellsville University Photo by Linda
Waggener)

Countries represented included, but were not limited to: Australia, Ukraine, Germany, Spain, The Americas, Belize, France, Italy, Brazil, Pakistan, India, Venezuela, Japan, Taiwan, Kyrgyzstan, Tunisia, Africa, China, South Korea and Mongolia.

A special presentation from the country of Mongolia included a Ger, the movable home that has been used for thousands of years by nomads in that country. According to native Davaa Dorjsuren, instructor in the School of Business and Economics, who made arrangements for a small Ger to be brought in for the Fair, “It has a unique design, structure and practical features. The Ger is still a popular habitation in many countries in Central Asia.”

Among the youngest to attend Campbellsville  University’s annual International Education Fair  were Sarana Henderson, one and a half, at left,  from Korea, and Lucas Barros, also one and a half,  from Brazil. They were at the International  Education Fair with their parents who are  attending CU. (Campbellsville University Photo by  Linda Waggener)
Among the youngest to attend Campbellsville
University’s annual International Education Fair
were Sarana Henderson, one and a half, at left,
from Korea, and Lucas Barros, also one and a half,
from Brazil. They were at the International
Education Fair with their parents who are
attending CU. (Campbellsville University Photo by
Linda Waggener)

 

Campbellsville University is a widely acclaimed Kentucky-based Christian university with more than 3,500 students offering 63 undergraduate options, 17 master’s degrees, five postgraduate areas and eight pre-professional programs. The website for complete information is campbellsville.edu.

 

Davaa Dorjsuren, instructor in the School of  Business and Economics, and native of Mongolia,  the Ger is the traditional, movable home that has  been used for thousands of years by nomads in that  country. She made arrangements for the small Ger  to be brought to Campbellsville University expressly  for the International Education Fair.  (Campbellsville University Photo by Linda  Waggener)
Davaa Dorjsuren, instructor in the School of
Business and Economics, and native of Mongolia,
the Ger is the traditional, movable home that has
been used for thousands of years by nomads in that
country. She made arrangements for the small Ger
to be brought to Campbellsville University expressly
for the International Education Fair.
(Campbellsville University Photo by Linda
Waggener)

 

 

 

 

 

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