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Culture Quest

CQ: Culture Quest


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CQ is a set of activities designed to foster intellectual and literal border-crossings, from art to science, local to global, Christian to Muslim, white to black and beyond.

Complete the main events OR a semester study abroad to complete your Culture Quest



Students, learn more about the Culture Quest and how it benefits you.


Faculty, consider integrating Culture Quest into your course to enhance your students' college experience.


Fall 2013 Main Events

China Week

Explore China's culture, politics, economics, history, philosophy, language, martial arts, cuisine and more!

Oct. 6-11. See the website for details.


Papercuts

A running Art exhibit from which highlights various artists from around the nation.

Oct. 28 through Dec. 6. - Folk Hall


Education Abroad Forum

Learn more about education abroad opportunities directly from your peers who have already taken advantage of such a great experience.

Nov. 13, 2-4 p.m., Student Union room to be determined


STEM Speaker Series

Connect content in STEM disciplines to real world problems and contemporary civic-issues

See the details


Around the World

Celebration of cultural diversity and the international community. International student groups and local cultural organizations put together exhibits of diversity-themed display booths showcasing cultural heritage.

September date to be determined. 7-11 p.m., Quaker Square


Center of History of Psychology

The three seminars are all focused on the growth, change, and development of the human sciences in the context of the turbulent 1960s and 1970s

Sept. 17, Oct. 7, Nov. 19, 10 a.m.-noon. Center for the History of Psychology, 73 College Street


International Coffee/Tea Break

International and domestic students, faculty, and staff can come together and learn from one another through conversation, presentations, and performances over coffee and tea.

Sept. through Dec. - details to be announced soon.


Spring 2014 Main Events

International Coffee/Tea Break

International and domestic students, faculty, and staff can come together and learn from one another through conversation, presentations, and performances over coffee and tea.

Jan. through April, Student Union room and time to be announced.


Education Abroad Forum

Hear current students talk about their study abroad experiences and learn how you can, too.

Jan. 29, 2-4 p.m. Student Union room to be determined.


Guest speaker Michelle Norris

Michelle Norris is a National Public Radio newscaster who since 2010 has been conducting The Race Card, a national program seeking six-word explanations/thoughts of race.

Feb. 4, E.J. Thomas Hall, time to be announced.


Viewing Globally, Acting Locally

International students from over 80 different countries represent their culture through speakers, performances, and interactive cultural activities.

March 13, 3-8 p.m. Student Union Ballroom


International Festival

This two-day event will promote cultural and global awareness through music, food, exhibition tables, dance, exercise, speakers, a cultural fashion show, and more.

Feb. 5 and 6, Wayne Campus, times to be determined.


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