University of Wisconsin–Madison

2010 WCSS & International Education Conference

2010 WCSS & International Education Conference
Monday-Tuesday, March 15-16

Register NOW for the 2009 Wisconsin Council for Social Studies & International Education Conference on Monday, March 15 and Tuesday, March 16 at the Madison Marriott West Hotel in Middleton. Register in advance or onsite for one or two days. Registration includes 100+ great breakout sessions, exhibits, plated lunches, and free parking, and three renowned keynoters. Don’t miss Patty Loew, TV host of “In Wisconsin” and producer PBS film “Way of the Warrior,” speaking on “Native Americans and Cultural Insensitivity;” Craig Kielburger, founder of “Free The Children” and syndicated columnist, speaking on “How to Nurture Children Who Care and Contribute;” and Robert Norrell, Tennessee Professor, author of Up from History (Booker T. Washington) and Reaping the Whirlwind (Civil Rights Movement), speaking on “Rehabilitating Booker T. Washington’s Reputation.” A Sunday evening (March 14) reception featuring a “Brazil Night” cultural event ranging from Amazon’s Indigenous Tribes to the Glitter of the World Stage focusing on dance (samba), music (capoiera), sport (futbol), film and discussion. Regular registration is as low as $95 (students $30) for one day. Sponsors include the WCSS, WEAC, UW-Madison School of Education, International Institute, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis (ELPA), and the Wisconsin International Outreach Consortium (WIOC).

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