Today's International Education Week Events

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More information about today's events and other upcoming events can be found here.

Hot Chocolate with Buzz
9:00 - 11:00 am
Tech Walkway

Find out more about International Education Week by picking up your 'passport' to the week of event! Grab a cup of hot chocolate with Buzz! 

Grad Studies at GTL
11:00am-12:00pm
Student Success Center President's Suite C

Masters students, did you know you can spend a semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine? Learn about graduate studies at Georgia Tech’s European campus from a panel of GT-Lorraine dual degree students. Offering masters courses in AE, CS, ECE, and ME, GT-Lorraine provides a unique opportunity to add a global dimension to your engineering degree at a reasonable cost. 

Tea Time with the School of Building Construction
1:00pm-2:00pm
Caddel Building Flex Space

Tea Time! Join the School of Building Construction and learn more about studying abroad in London. Open house, tea, snacks, and all your questions answered about studying abroad in London. 

Week long events:

  • Service Learning in Study Abroad Poster Fair: 1st Floor Clough Slat Wall. The Service Learning in Study Abroad Poster Fair is a week-long exhibition highlighting service learning initiatives in which GT students have participated during various study abroad programs. These posters will demonstrate projects completed alongside various international communities as well as interactive research findings on environmental and sustainability issues across a variety of academic disciplines. The student-designed posters will be displayed on the slat wall beside the two large lecture halls on the first floor of the CULC.
  • Photo Contest Winners: 3rd Floor Clough Gallery. Check out the photos that won this year's photo contest.

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  • Created On: Nov 13, 2017 - 10:29am
  • Last Updated: Nov 13, 2017 - 10:29am