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Monday, June 25 from 7:00pm-9:00pm
Music Concert/Dance with ¡Chiringa!
Coats Campus Center

To learn more ¡Chiringa!, visit: https://chiringamusic.com/home

Tuesday, June 26 from 6:00pm-9:00pm

Keynote Presentation by John Rosenberg
“Don Quixote at the Movies: Is a Moving Picture Worth 350,000 Words?”
Hitchcock Auditorium

John RosenbergJohn Rosenberg Biography
John R. Rosenberg is associate director of the Brigham Young University (BYU) Faculty Center. John helps provide support for BYU faculty across the spectrum of their responsibilities over the course of their careers with particular responsibility for the orientation and support of academic administrators.

After earning his Bachelor of Arts degree at BYU and PhD at Cornell University, Rosenberg joined the BYU faculty in 1985 in the department of Spanish and Portuguese. He served as chair of that department prior to his appointment in 1997 as associate dean and then as dean in the College of Humanities in 2005. For two decades, he has worked with the BYU-Public School Partnership where he currently serves as a Senior Fellow; in 2005 he received the Renewal in Practice Award. He has made significant contributions to promoting the democratic purposes of public education. In 2011, he was decorated with the Officers Cross of the Order of Civil Merit from Spain. He is currently the Washington Irving Professor of Spanish and American Relations at BYU.

Wednesday, June 27 from 7:00pm-9:00pm

Film Night/Discussion - También la Lluvia
Hitchcock Auditorium

Thursday, June 28 from 6:00pm-8:00pm
Catered Dinner - Wrap Up Activity
Coats Campus Center