Conference on Education and Culture

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Friday, May 1, 2015
9:00am - 3:00pm
Gateway Center Ballroom
University of North Texas
Denton, Texas

Keynote Address: Intercultural Communication: Language, Culture, and Learning

Dr. Ella Connor

Ulla M. Connor, PhD
Indiana University-Purdue University

Barbara E. and Karl R. Zimmer Professor of Intercultural Communication, Chancellor's Professor of English, and Director of the International Center for Intercultural Communication at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Ulla M. Connor, PhD
Indiana University-Purdue University

Barbara E. and Karl R. Zimmer Professor of Intercultural Communication, Chancellor's Professor of English, and Director of the International Center for Intercultural Communication at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Closing Address: Educational Challenges, Opportunities, and U.S.-Mexico Relations

Dr. José Tripp

José Octavio Tripp Villanueva, PhD
Consul General of Mexico in Dallas

Formerly Consul General of Mexico in Guatemala, Political Counselor in the Mexican Embassy in the U.S., and Director General of Scientific and Technical Cooperation at the Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation at the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs

José Octavio Tripp Villanueva, PhD
Consul General of Mexico in Dallas

Formerly Consul General of Mexico in Guatemala, Political Counselor in the Mexican Embassy in the U.S., and Director General of Scientific and Technical Cooperation at the Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation at the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs

Interdisciplinary and International Panels

Cross-Cultural Collaborations and Communications
El Mariachi: Transnational and Transcultural
Language Diversity, Immigration, and Education
Intercultural and Indigenous Education

Also featuring UNT's Mariachi Águilas and Exhibit on Wixárika Permaculture and Education

State of JaliscoUNT workmarkConsulate of Mexico

Co-hosted by the Secretariat of Education of the State of Jalisco, Mexico; the University of North Texas;
and the Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas