When and Where
6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Honors College and International Center Multipurpose Room
Western Kentucky University
Join the Project Pengyou WKU Chapter for Pengyou Day!
WHAT IS PENGYOU DAY ?
Youth Leadership Fellows of Project Pengyou, an international grassroots initiative, will be mobilizing their campuses on November 17, 2016 to lead a movement that promotes US-China study, engagement and friendship, joining in solidarity with thousands of like-minded young leaders across the country.
In conjunction with the U.S. State Department’s International Education Week, Project Pengyou Campus Chapters, along with the Fulbright Program, the 100,000 Strong Foundation, and Asia Society Confucius Classrooms across all fifty states will simultaneously launch events and social media campaigns to celebrate US-China study, engagement, and friendship.
[ projectpengyou.org ]
PENGYOU DAY AT WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
The Western Kentucky University (WKU) Chapter of Project Pengyou seeks to expand the local US-China dialogue by creating sustainable leadership and service opportunities within a US-China context, for student, faculty and staff professional, academic and personal development.
This year, The WKU Chapter will be hosting a dual-focus event, leading with panel of US-China professionals that understand the value of living and working in the US-China space. It is our hope that attendees discover/gain an understanding of their role in US-China affairs, thus expanding the WKU Chapter’s mission of engaging a broader demographic in this cross-cultural dialogue. After, attendees will have the chance to engage in one-on-ones with the panel professionals and other attendees. At the social, a cross-cultural photography gallery will be on display.
Panel Topic: THE WHYS AND HOWS OF LIVING AND WORKING IN THE US-CHINA SPACE