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Upcoming Events



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World Exchange

11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Rike Center 108

Wednesday, February 7
Wednesday, February 14

World Exchange brings together Intensive English Program and U.S. students to take part in open and structured dialogue opportunities.

Sponsored by the Intensive English Program in the Center for International Programs.


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Breaking Bread

7:30-9:00 p.m., 461 Kiefaber St.

Group 1: 
Sunday, February 11
Sunday, February 18
Sunday, February 25

Group 2: 
Thursday, February 8
Thursday, February 15
Thursday, February 22

Do you like to eat? Want to try new international flavors? Breaking Bread brings together Flyers of different cultures to meet, share conversations, and learn from each other over delicious home-cooked meals. This program incorporates 3 consecutive dinners. Registration required.

Register here.

Sponsored by the Center for International Programs, Campus Ministry and Office of Community Wellness Services.

 


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Citizens of the World

Tuesday, February 13, 7:00-8:30 p.m., Heritage Coffeehouse

Join us in kicking off the newly designed, Citizens of the World Student Showcase. In this salon style event, you will hear students’ stories demonstrated through visual and expressive art forms that shares an experience reflective of their engagements as citizens of the world.

Sponsored by the Center for International Programs and Heritage Coffeehouse, a division of Flyer Enterprises.


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Global Game Night: Africa

Wednesday, February 14, 4:00-5:30 p.m., Rike Center 108

Global Game Night is an intercultural activity that brings Intensive English Program and U.S. students together in a low-stress, fun environment. Students enjoy snacks and play popular games from different regions of the world.

Sponsored by the Intensive English Program in the Center for International Programs


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Friends of Africa Reception

Wednesday, February 21, 3:30-5:00 p.m., KU Torch Lounge

Students, staff and faculty with an interest in or connection to a certain region of the world are brought together while enjoying food, art, and activities. This informal reception begins to introduce aspects of the rich cultures found in Africa.

Sponsored by the Center for International Programs and the Office of Multicultural Affairs


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Poster Presentations

Wednesday, February 21, TBA

Learn more about the international students enrolled in the Intensive English Program by attending these Poster Presentations hosted throughout the academic year. With the goal to support English language development, student presenters engage attendees in this informal setting by sharing short presentations about research conducted in their coursework.

Sponsored by the Intensive English Program in the Center for International Programs