2801 South University Avenue
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204

UALR welcomes you to a celebration of culture, food, and music, featuring educational posters on managing cultural differences and informational booths from campus & community organizations. The event will be held in DSC meeting rooms A, B, and C.

Elizabeth Elango, West Africa Program Officer of Heifer Project International, who will be presenting "Heifer: A grass roots approach." (12:30 to 1:00 p.m.) Elizabeth Elango started working with Heifer Project in July 2000. Originally from Cameroon, West Africa, she moved to the United States in 1993 to attend college. She studied International Affairs at Kennesaw State University in Georgia, earning a Bachelors Degree, before going to do a Masters in African Studies at Yale University. After finishing her studies she studied Swahili as a Fulbright Scholar in Zanzibar, East Africa and worked briefly in South Africa, Kenya and Tanzania. Elizabeth joined Heifer International because of her belief in the mission of the organization and because of her commitment to development, especially in Africa. She worked in the development office in Decatur, GA and is currently the West Africa Program Officer. In 2002 she moved to Little Rock to begin her new job. In this position Elizabeth facilitates all programmatic aspects of the area program as it relates to West Africa, providing support of field offices and acting as a liaison between headquarters and the field in this area.

- Bagpipes (10:00 to 10:30)
- International Drum Circle (11:30- 12:00)
- Sligo, a Celtic Music Group (1:30 to 2:00)

- Communication in Intercultural Marriages between Caucasians and Hispanics by Shandra Allmon.
- Intercultural Communication Training: Objectives and Methods by Sasha Arjannikova.
- Now Entering Japan: U.S. American Communication Guides by Scott Cross.
- Managing Cultural Differences between France and the USA by Carmella Dansby.
- Cultural Adjustment of Austrian students in the US by Gunde Fuerpass.
- ?Quien Eres Verdad?: Communication Challenges and Adjustments of First Generation Hispanics by Christina Hernandez.
- Interfaith and Intercultural Communication Between Islam and US by Jeremy Holley.
- Intercultural Communication in Dating Relationships: When East meets West by Bethany Pardue.
- What's the deal with Christians?: Communicating faith cross-culturally with the Gujarati?s of India by Joshua Powers.
- Communication and Re-Entry Adjustment for the Military by Lamanda Ready.
- InterCultural Communication Principles: Responding to AIDS in Malawi by Kenya Richardson.
- Problems and Solutions: Building Strong Families in Black America by Guss Riddles.
- Hispanics in Arkansas: Managing cultural differences by Wes Wofford.

- WinRock International
- Children International
- Heifer Project International
- Arkansas Celtic Association
- Children International

- Anthropology
- International Studies Program
- International Business
- Study Abroad
- Arkansas Global Programs (AGP)
- - Bringing China to Arkansas Program
- - Bhutan Small Business Development Project
- - Local Chinese Culture & Heritage Project

- Indian Student Association
- Lulac
- Chinese Student's Association
- Turkish Student Association
- Japan America Society
- Spanish Club

Sponsored by the Office of International Student Services and the Minority Student Advocacy in the Office of Student Life.

Added by chota on November 8, 2005

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