The Spring 2013 Ready for the World Passports have arrived and are ready for distribution. The Passport is a calendar and guide to many of the international and intercultural events taking place on campus and in the community through the end of the academic year. If you would like free Passports to distribute to your classes, please contact Amy Blakely at firstname.lastname@example.org or 974-5034.
The Ready for the World Café will be taking its gastronomical journey around the world again this semester. The luncheons will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Thursdays, from February 21 to May 2, in the UT Visitors Center on Neyland Drive. The café is a full-service international dining experience. Lunch consists of intermezzo or small appetizer, salad, entrée, and dessert.
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This semester’s final Ready for the World Café luncheon will feature an Italian-Spanish fusion meal on Tuesday, December 4. The luncheon consists of an intermezzo or small appetizer, salad or soup, entrée, and dessert. Advance tickets will be sold and capacity is eighty diners. The cost will be $12 and the faculty-staff discount applies.
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The Ready for the World Café will treat diners to a taste of two countries during the French-Japanese fusion meal on Thursday, November 29. The luncheon consists of an intermezzo or small appetizer, salad or soup, entrée and dessert. Advance tickets will be sold and capacity is eighty diners. The cost will be $12 and the faculty-staff discount applies.
Diners at the UT Ready for the World Café will continue their travels through the Mediterranean with a taste of northern Spain on Tuesday, November 20. The café operates from noon to 1:00 p.m. in the UT Visitors Center on Neyland Drive. Advance tickets will be sold for the luncheon for $12, and the faculty-staff discount applies.
It’s time to begin submitting your events, activities, speakers, and programs to be included in the Ready for the World Passport for the spring semester. Faculty, staff, and students are urged to use an electronic form to quickly and easily provide information about events related to the international and intercultural initiative.
Students from ten different countries will talk about the political, economic, and social issues affecting their nations at a conference aimed at bringing a global awareness to the UT campus. The conference will be held on November 17 at the Baker Center and is free and open to the public. The Ready for the World Committee and the College of Social Work are hosting the conference.