Project Talk (Teamwork, Acceptance, Language, Knowledge)

a group of non-US students dress in native costumesProject Talk brings international and local students together to interact in a casual and social environment.

Project Talk meets the criteria required by the Global Distinction Program for partial fulfillment of the hours required for intercultural experiences. 

Talk. Socialize. Meet new people. Free coffee, tea and snacks!

Fall 2022/Spring 2023 Schedule

All Fall events are held at 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. in Phillips (Building 3), room 3-125, Teaching-Learning Center unless otherwise noted.

Meet and Greet/Games

Wednesday, September 14
It’s normal to feel overwhelmed at the beginning of a new semester. Come, meet and greet with your peers. Moreover, bring your favorite board game and come ready to play. We will also offer a variety of games.

Fun with Poetry 

Tuesday, October 4
Come and learn to communicate in the unique language of poetry. Enjoy poetry from around the world. Also, contribute your own voice if you wish. Listen to poems from Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe, and the Americas.

Halloween – Costumes and Short Films (Fairies)

Monday, October 31
You are invited! Join us for a costume party and have fun while watching short fairy films. Also, get to know Halloween culture and tradition, and enjoy food and drinks. 

We Are the World

Thursday, November 17
We are making a Museum of Culture! You are welcome to bring something important to you from your world and tell us about it - clothes, food, handicrafts, portraits, books, manuscripts, or anything else that represents your culture and traditions.

All Spring events are held at 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. in Wynn (Building 10), room 10-103 unless otherwise noted.

Small Talk – Travel and More

Tuesday, January 24
Join us for lively small group discussions about travel or your chosen topic! Ask other students about their favorite sport or food. Also, enjoy some refreshments (tea and desserts).

Movie and Popcorn

Monday, February 20 
Watch a short film with us. We’ll have a friendly discussion based on the movie. Popcorn included! 

Spring Outside/Picnic

Tuesday, March 21, Campus Quad, between Phillips (Building 3) and ERC (Building 5)
Join our Spring picnic – do tell us what you can bring. Sign up on the sign-up sheet outside Building 1, room 147A  (wet weather program provided).

Students’ Success Stories

Wednesday, April 26
Come and meet some of our most successful students (past and present). Ask them questions and hear their stories.