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UNF celebrates International Education Week

Every fall semester, the International Center celebrates International Education Week from Nov.15 through 18. International Education Week is a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Education that celebrates the benefits of international education and exchange across campuses worldwide. At UNF, there are 300 active international students representing 71 countries. Check out the schedule below to learn more about the events happening throughout the week.

Monday, November 15

Osprey Café
Osprey Café will offer an international cuisine-based menu from UNF international students.

International Trivia
6 p.m. on the @ospreylife Instagram
The Office of Osprey Life & Productions is hosting digital trivia on their Instagram story. Put on your thinking caps and bring your random knowledge to compete with other students. There are 5 categories with 3 questions each. Trivia is free for all current UNF students with a valid Osprey 1card. This event is funded by the Student Life and Services Fee.


Tuesday, November 16

Nothing Feta Than Study Abroad!
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
First Year Advising Office, Building 2, Room 1200
You Odyssey what's happening in First Year Advising! The International Center and International Business sure know how to Plato their food. Join them for lunch to talk about Study Abroad. Feta late than never!

Twisted Tuesday
Noon at Osprey Plaza
Osprey Life & Productions is hosting Twisted Tuesday pick-up. All craft supplies are provided, all you need is your Osprey 1Card! The giveaway/craft is limited and is on a first come first serve basis. Make sure to arrive early!


Wednesday, November 17

Market Days: World Fest Village
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Osprey Plaza with free food starting @ 11am
During Market Days, students can celebrate international education and awareness through foods such as macaroons, empanadas, zucchini meatballs and Italian ice.


Thursday, November 18

Multicultural Perspectives on Mental Health
11 a.m. to noon
English Language Program Auditorium, Building 14E, Room 1700
The English Language Program's Pre-University class will lead a panel discussion on mental health with multicultural perspectives.