The international flags in the Niswonger Commons Living Room at Tusculum College will be revitalized with new flags representing the College’s entire international student population, including current students and alumni, as a cap to a week-long celebration on campus of International Education Week.
The Flag Ceremony will be held on Friday, Nov. 21, at 11:45 a.m.
Tusculum currently has 39 students representing 18 countries enrolled and many more countries have been represented through former students and alumni.
International Education Week begins on Monday, Nov. 17 with International Students Day, celebrating the cultural diversity of the Tusculum College campus through education. Throughout the day students will be marking their place on a combined World Map located outside the Student Affairs Office.
Other activities planned for the week include a Belly Dancing Workshop, a “Make Your Own Sushi Class” featuring Chef Mike Dubose and the Baraka Mundi School for the Folkloric Arts will present a workshop on Middle Eastern dance.
For more information on the International Education Week Activities planned on the Tusculum College Campus, including times and locations of individual events and activities, contact Bonnie Taylor, Coordinator of Multicultural Affairs, at (423) 636-7412.