February 13: Well-being at the Crossroads: International Perspectives on Recreation and Wellness

Well-being at the Crossroads: International Perspectives on Recreation and Wellness (3:30 pm – 4:45 pm) in the Library Events Area

The annual Foreign Language Week program organized by graduate teaching assistants, visiting scholars, adjunct faculty, and international students in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics is an event designed for language classes and the community. This interactive event presents the cultures of Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.   Topics vary from a look at stress reduction via treatment at a hammam (bathhouse), to sports, motivational African proverbs, zumba and more.

Coordinated by: Dr. Lisa M. Calvin; Speakers include Laura Olbrich, Abdoul Diop, Aroua Smati, Meghan Salinas, Patty Saylor, Kareema Maddox, Kate Zimmer, Dr. Solange Lopes-Murphy