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The 2012 Window on the World International Festival is set for April 13-14 at Tennessee Tech University. This is a must see event featuring entertainment, food, display booths, vendors and a symposium.
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EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Middle East expert Thomas Lippman will speak at Belmont University on Monday, November 7 at 6:30 in a symposium open to the public. Lippman is an author, scholar and commentator on Middle East affairs and will explore the challenges for American foreign policy in the region focusing on Saudi Arabia in 2011 "From...
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The Tennessee World Affairs Council will present events – civic organization and school visits and public forums – on the stunning developments in Saudi Arabia featuring scholar, author and journalist Thomas Lippman across Middle Tennessee from November 7-9, 2011.
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The Tennessee World Affairs Council is pleased to play a part in the 2011 Window on the World Symposium at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville. The WOW Symposium, which opens the two-day celebration of cultural diversity and global harmony, is set for 10-11 a.m., in the Roaden University Center Multipurpose Room. Council President Patrick Ryan...
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MTSU’s new Saudi Students Association will serve as host for a special campus event, “Building Bridges,” on Friday, April 8, to encourage cultural awareness. The free public gathering, set from 12:30 to 4 p.m. in the Tennessee Room of the James Union Building, features a keynote address from Patrick Ryan, president of the Tennessee World...
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The Tennessee World Affairs Council is pleased to play a part in a forum addressing the unrest and revolt sweeping the Arab world. On Wednesday, April 6, from 7-9pm, a panel at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville will tackle the questions with a central focus on the Egyptian experience in the "Arab Spring."
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The Governor's School for International Studies (GSIS) provides high school rising juniors and seniors a four week immersion into the world around us, including global cultures, languages and perspectives. The program provides a rigorous introduction to the field of International Studies, including six credit hours of college coursework.
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How ready is the United States to deal with its many global challenges through the exercise of diplomacy? That’s the question being posed at a town hall meeting on America’s “Foreign Affairs for the Future,” featuring U.S. Ambassador George Staples. The program, hosted by Belmont University and the Tennessee World Affairs Council, is set for...
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Mark your calendar and check back for details. The Tennessee World Affairs Council in partnership with the Cookeville Breakfast Rotary Club is organizing the 2nd Annual International Night celebration in Cookeville. The event will be held at the Clarion Hotel in Cookeville on Saturday evening, January 29, 2011. Following the format of the January 2010...
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The Nashville Cordell Hull Chapter of the United Nations Association of the USA announced their celebration of UN Day in the Fall 2010 Newsletter. The date is October 26, 2010, from 5-8pm at the Belmont United Methodist Church. A program will follow the reception and dinner with the theme “How Your Neighbors Contribute to the...
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