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International Cook-Off Competition showcases students culinary creations

Michael Neenan, TV2 Reporter November 18, 2023

The Office of Global Education, in collaboration with University Culinary Services, hosted its annual International Cook-Off Competition during the university's International Education Week. Teams of students...

Students discuss their reasons for studying abroad at the first Education Across Borders meeting hosted by ISC and SGC.

International Student Council and Society of Global Cultures kicks off first event

Yui Kaichi, Reporter November 16, 2023

The International Student Council and The Society of Global Cultures kicked off their first event, “Education Across Borders,” where students discussed their experiences receiving an education abroad...

Office of Global Education partners with Tahini! for Foodways event celebrating International Education week

November 15, 2022

Kent State University is celebrating international education week. TV2 reporter Matt Mergen spoke to the office of Global Education on its partnership with on campus restaurant Tahini! about how it is...

Breaking Stereotypes event hopes to end female stereotypes across globe

Eden Kraus November 18, 2017

“Asian women can not drive.” “Turkish women are forced to wear hijab.” “French women have to be fashionable.”Most people have heard of these stereotypes or stereotypes similar to these at some...

Minjeong Cho adds a piece of egg to a Korean rice dish called bibimbap during the international cook-off on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017.

International Cook-Off unites tastebuds

Eden Kraus November 17, 2017

Six teams representing five different countries took to the kitchen to compete during the International Cook-Off to discover which team could create the best entree and drink in the Student Center Ballroom...

Saudi Arabian students perform traditional music during Global Jams in the Gerald Reed Center in White Hall Nov. 14.

Global Jams brings international music, food to Kent State

Madison MacArthur November 14, 2017

Global Jams, an event a part of International Education Week, gave Kent State students the ability to hear international and domestic students perform music and sample international baked goods in the...

International Education Week to feature variety of cultures, global traditions

Eden Kraus November 8, 2017

The Office of Global Education’s International Education Week begins Nov. 13, and continues until Nov. 17 with events informing Kent State students on a multitude of cultures.International Education...

Global Health Symposium covers public health on international level

Eden Kraus November 4, 2017

A Global Health Symposium featuring three keynote speakers gave the Kent State community the chance to learn about current issues within the public health field in Lowry Hall Friday.The Office of Global...

Kent State to celebrate International Education Week

Lydia Taylor November 2, 2016

Kent State will celebrate International Education Week Nov. 14 - 18 with events to promote global culture through educational studies.International Education Week is a collaborative effort from the U.S....

Team Iran chef Mohammad Moasher Ziad and Team Iran member Mohsen Mohseni Moghadam interact with the judges during the fifth annual International Cook-Off hosted in the Kent State Ballroom on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014.

Thailand wins fifth annual International Cook-Off second year in a row

Kaitlin Siegel November 20, 2014

Hungry faculty and students gathered in the Student Center Ballroom on Thursday night, eager to sample a variety of international cuisine at the fifth annual International Cook-Off.Six teams representing...

Ece Gogebakan reads the fortunes for a group of students by looking at the shapes and figures made by the leftover grounds of Turkish coffee at the Turkish fortune-telling event in White Hall on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014.

Turkish students explain fortunes, culture during International Education Week

Teahl Rice November 20, 2014

Turkish students read fortunes from coffee grounds as part of Kent State’s International Education Week celebration Thursday morning in room 200 of White Hall.Evren Koptur, a graduate educational psychology...

Activist Lisa Shannon speaks on her efforts to help the women in the Congo during her lecture Do It Yourself World Leadership in the Kiva on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014.

Women’s activist Lisa Shannon shares story of congo war

Olivia Young November 18, 2014

It started with Oprah and led to the war-torn country of the Congo. Lisa Shannon, a women’s activist and grassroots campaign organizer, told an audience of nearly 70 on Tuesday in the Kiva that her “make-a-difference”...

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