As we celebrate International Week, UT Dallas President Dr. Richard C. Benson, along with our faculty, staff and students, remind you that our campus is safe and inclusive for all, and you are welcome here.
11 a.m.-2 p.m. Dining Hall West — New! Taste a unique style of cooking, where meats are attached to a vertical spit and slowly grilled over an open fire.
For those without a meal plan, door rates will be posted at the event entrance.Brought to you by Dining Services
1-3 p.m. Visitor Center Atrium — Experience the tastes, sights and sounds of the world at this popular iWeek event. Student groups showcase a wide array of cultures through rich displays, food, music, national dress and more.Awards
7 p.m.- 12 a.m. Activity Center Main Gym — Play or cheer at this year's tournaments.Winners
UT Dallas alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends will join forces for one big day of giving on April 4. Contribute to UT Dallas’ Commitment of Global Engagement by donating money to the International Center that will go towards emergency funds for international students in need, study abroad scholarships for underrepresented students and global engagement opportunities. For questions or more information visit cometsgive.utdallas.edu or email [email protected].
1-3 p.m. Faculty/Staff Dining Room, SU 2.905 — Immerse yourself in the world of tea and coffee. Learn about the rituals and history of the drinks, and taste varieties from around the world.Brought to you by the International Center
5-9 p.m. Dining Hall West — New! Work with a UT Dallas chef to prepare and serve a variety of dishes from India.Brought to you by Dining Services
7-9 p.m. Faculty/Staff Dining Room, SU 2.905 — Join us for a night of interactive fun. Games will include Diversity Bingo, Multi-Family Feud, How Diverse Is Your Universe, The Great Gummy Bear Challenge and many more! Win prizes and enjoy snacks and drinks while supplies last.Brought to you by the International Center and the Multicultural Center
11 a.m.-12 p.m. SSB 3.107 — New! Traveling abroad soon? Whether it’s your first international trip or you need a refresher, learn steps for a safe and healthy journey. Light refreshments will be served.Brought to you by the International Center and Student Wellness Center
1-3 p.m. Women's Center, SSB 4.300 — Enjoy the ancient Indian art of Henna. This personalized adornment is a free, relaxing and creative way to experience culture. You will be delighted by the decorative design of your temporary Henna tattoo.
Limited availability. Henna appointments are first come, first served.Brought to you by the International Center and the Galerstein Women's Center
4-6 p.m. ATEC First Floor Lobby — New! It’s networking with a cultural twist! All graduate students are invited to attend this multicultural mixer. Free drinks, food and prizes. Must present photo ID for alcohol.Brought to you by the International Center and the Office of Graduate Studies
11 a.m.-2 p.m. Dining Hall West — New! Dining Hall West will be transformed to reflect the culture of four different featured cuisines: Korean, Indian, Latin and Italian.
For students without a meal plan, door rates will be posted at the event entrance.Brought to you by Dining Services
7-9:30 p.m. Activity Center Main Gym — This show highlights the diversity of UT Dallas through song and dance! Get in the party spirit by attending the Talent Show Tailgate immediately before, starting at 5 p.m. in the Phase 8 Clubhouse. The Tailgate includes global cuisine and karaoke and is brought to you by the Residential Housing AssociationInternational Week Collaborator Award