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This week's announcements from ISL - Improving Student Life.

International Student Life events
1. Coffee Hour
2. Graduation
3. International Education Week Volunteers Needed


Other University Events

1.  Get Smart
2.  21st Annual UGA Study, Work and Travel Abroad Fair
3.  TOP Dog Program:  Business Dining and Etiquette

International Student Life events
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1. International Education Week (IEW) 2005:  IEW 2005 will be held from
November 14-18, 2005 this year.  International Student Life has a number of
exciting events planned including an international festival (co-hosted with
AIESEC), global discussions, an international film festival, and many other
events.  In order to plan and organize everything, we need YOU to help!  If
you are interested in joining the IEW 2005 planning committee (and getting
more involved with ISL), please come to a meeting on Wednesday, October 5
(this week!) at 5:01 pm in Leadership Conference Room, Rm. 238,  Memorial
Hall.  Email Leigh Poole at [log in to unmask] for more information or with
questions.

2.  ISL will have another wonderful coffee hour on Friday, October 7 in the
Gallery of the Tate Student center from 11:30 am - 1:30 pm.  This week's
Coffee Hour will be sponsored by the Thai Student Association.  Come out and
enjoy the culture, free food, drinks and fun!

3.  ISL will be sending out information about the International Graduation
Ceremony that will be December 16 at 3:00 pm in the Gallery of the Tate
Student Center.  If you are going to graduate in December or graduated this
past summer you are welcome to participate.  The graduation ceremony is
free! We will also have country sashes available at a reasonable price!
Contact the ISL office at 542-5867 or email [log in to unmask]


Other University Events
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1.  Monday, October 3, Get Smart Week. Sponsored by the High Rise Academic
Team, a partnership of the Division of Academic Enhancement, Franklin
College Advising and University Housing. This is a week of academic and
cultural events that will include programs such as Reducing Academic Stress,
Building Your Career Portfolio, and Academic Honesty. All students and
faculty are invited to attend. Through October 6th. Brumby, Russell, and
Creswell Halls. Contact: 583-0403, [log in to unmask]

2.  Tuesday, October 4, 21st Annual UGA Study, Work and Travel Abroad Fair.
Sponsored by Office of International Education and Affairs. With more than
100 exhibitors, this year's event will be the largest ever at UGA and the
largest of its kind in the southeastern U.S. Anticipated attendance: 2,000+.
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Georgia Hall of Tate Student Center. Contact: 542-7903.

3.  Wednesday, October 5, T.O.P. Dawg Program: Business Dining and
Etiquette. Sponsored by the Career Center. To attend the event, you must
RSVP in advance at the Career Center and pay a $10 registration fee, which
is refundable when you attend. 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM. Georgia Center banquet
area. Contact: 706-542-3375.

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International Student Life
University of Georgia
210 Memorial Hall
Athens, Georgia 30602-3108

706-542-5867
[log in to unmask]

Leigh Poole, Coordinator
Catherine D'Auteuil, International Student Advisor
Jackie Minus, Administrative Assistant
Laura McMaster, Graduate Assistant (Coffee Hour/Programming)
Jessica Wells, Graduate Assistant (Organizations/Programming)