IEW 2012 Daily Activities

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Pre-IEW Events:

November 5 & 6, 2012

Projects for Peace 2013 Info Sessions
Informational sessions for Projects for Peace will be held on Monday, November 5 at 5:00 PM and Tuesday November 6 at 5:00 PM in Peabody 411.  Last year’s Engineers without Borders team will be presenting on their winning project at 6:00 on Monday, November 5 in Peabody 411.
Projects for Peace is an initiative for undergraduate students at Davis United World College Scholars Program schools (of which UF is one) to design their own grassroots projects for peace that they themselves will implement anywhere in the world during the summer of 2013.  Preliminary drafts are due December 7, 2012 and the final proposal deadline is January 14, 2013.  For more information and the application go to or contact Tracey Reeves at   

November 6, 2012

Jumpstart Your International Career
This workshop will focus on ways in which you can gain international experience both during and after you graduate. 4:00pm at the UF Career Resource Center, Reitz Union.

November 7, 2012

Global Opportunities Panel
A panel of experts will discuss opportunities in International internships, volunteering, teaching English abroad and more! 4:00pm at the UF Career Resource Center, Reitz Union.

International K-12 Children Art Exhibition Opening Reception, 6pm at The Hub (UF Campus)
Opening reception for students and families. Artwork produced by students of the Alachua County schools. Portions of this entire collection will be exhibited simultaneously at various campus locations. Sponsored by the International Center and the School Board of Alachua County.

November 8, 2012

Museum Nights: Day of the Dead /Día de los Muertos, 6-9pm at The Harn Museum
Looking ahead to Halloween, we celebrate Day of the Dead with the Center for Latin American Studies. In addition to an altar in remembrance and celebration of dead friends and family, there will be art activities, musical performance and free food.  Among the presentations is a choral and period instrument performance of “Missa Ego flos campi” by 16th century composer Juan Gutierrez de Padilla, who was born in Spain and emigrated to Mexico.  Extending this inter-cultural celebration of life from beginning to end, the evening will also feature activities in the Asian Gallery’s “spooky” exhibition, Things that Go Bump in the