Guidelines for Making Presentations During IEW
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We are especially interested in photographs which highlight
varied IEW events in action rather than posed group
shots or static shots of panel discussions. Photos may
be submitted either electronically or as prints by mail.
When sending photos, please include information which
identifies the event, city, country or U.S. state, and
(where known) the individual(s) in the photograph.
Photos may be sent in several ways:
Photos may be mailed to:
International Education Week
Office of the Deputy Secretary for Academic Programs
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
SA-5 5th Floor
U.S. Department of State
2200 C Street, NW
Washington, DC 20522-0505
Important: If you are mailing prints
to us, please place a piece of plain bond paper between
pictures to avoid melting during mail x-raying.
Digital or scanned photos may be emailed to email@example.com
If you are emailing your photos, please note that we
are only accepting them in the jpeg (.jpg) format. Please
resize your photos to a width no greater than 450 pixels.
If you are unable to resize your photos, our software
will take care of that for you; however, resizing your
photos will enable you to submit them for our database
much more quickly.
Submitted photos will not be returned, and
become the property of the Department of State for use
in electronic and print media to promote International
Education Week and other programs.
We invite you to submit reports on your IEW events. We are most
interested in hearing about attendance, impact,
and visibility of your events. We are also interested
in hearing about any media attention that might have occured during
your events(s). This attention could include a news broadcast,
a radio show, a newspaper article, and so on.
We are accepting reports only as DOC, PDF, RTF, TXT, JPG, and
GIF files. If you have another type of file you would like to
submit, please let
us know. We are also providing a text box where you can enter
your information through our web site.
Flag Display at Ormond Middle
School in Centerville, Virginia