International Education Week

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International Education Week is an initiative to celebrate the benefits of international education and cultural exchange.

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International Education Week is an initiative to celebrate the benefits of international education and cultural exchange. A number of activities will be held from November 12-18 on campus. For the full list, visit oie.gatech.edu/iew.

Monday:

  • Donuts with Buzz and the Ramblin’ Wreck
    9:30am-11:30am on Tech Walkway 
  • Fulbright Info-Session for Faculty & Staff
    10am-11am at the Student Center Commons, Cypress Room
  • Fulbright Info-Session for Students
    1pm-2pm at the Student Center Commons, Cypress Room
  • A Taste of the World
    6pm-8pm at the Student Center Commons, Peachtree Room
  • The Sam Nunn School Presents, "Bad & the Birdieman", A Rise Up & Care Documentary
    7pm at the Student Center Theater

Tuesday:

  • Collaborative Art, French Day
    all day at the Swann Atrium
  • Lunch & Coffee w/ Professors, French Day
    11am at Swann 115
  • How to Afford Study Abroad
    11am at the Student Center Commons, Room 301
  • Ask Me about Global Internships
    11am at Clough Commons, Info desk (next to Starbucks)
  • International Education and Diplomacy: Careers with the US Department of State
    11am at Habersham Building, G-17
  • GT- Lorraine & French Immersion Program Café
    12pm at Swann
  • Musical interlude: performance by musicians
    1:30pm-3pm at Swann 106
  • Seeing the Other Side: Connecting Successfully Across Cultures
    2pm Piedmont Room
  • Atrium  Crepes & Coffee
    3pm-4pm at Swann Atrium
  • French Connections: French, Swiss and Canadian consulates
    4:25pm-5:45pm at Swann 320
  • Grand Challenges Scholars Program Expo
    5:30pm at Bill Moore Student Success Center, President’s Suites A & B
  • LBAT Paris short screenings: Study abroad programs
    5:45pm-6:45pm at Swann 106
  • Mecha Suits, Postracial Skins: “Becoming Japanese” in New American Science Fiction, lecture by Dr. Amanda Weiss
    6:15pm at D.M. Smith, 105
  • French Club Social Hour
    6:45pm-8pm at Swann 106

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  • Created By: Kayleigh Haskin
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  • Created On: Oct 24, 2018 - 12:40pm
  • Last Updated: Nov 7, 2018 - 1:43pm