Welcome to International Cultural Exchange (ICE)!
ICE supports occasions to permit worldwide understudies to experience American culture and vice versa. All our events ensure that students will have some good times in a casual setting. There aren't any expenses connected with this association. Indeed, there are no commitments connected with the association! Simply appear to any occasion that premiums you and appreciate the rich blend of culture displayed by our global understudy body!
The 2017-2018 school year will take after the accompanying calendar:
Bi-week after week "Espresso Hour" occasions from 3-4PM in the UCIE office, E190 Student Union.
Month to month off-grounds assembles occasions, for example, going to a Haunted House with a vast gathering of kindred understudies, rocking the bowling alley, ice skating, angling, and so forth.
Month to month "Culture Connect" occasions, which concentrate on one-on-one associations that permit understudies to discover new companions and dialect accomplices. These one-on-one occasions can incorporate an outside paddling undertaking, three-day homestay, meet-and-welcome occasions, or penpal openings.
Occasions are reported by means of our Facebook Group page, the UCIE facebook page, weekly pamphlets to every single global understudy, WINGS, and postings on entryway of the UCIE office.
Join our Facebook gathering to participate in the discussion, and take after the UCIE (University Center for International Education) Facebook Page to stay aware of the most recent news, occasions and grand openings!
International Cultural Exchange (ICE) is a student organization at WSU that promotes diversity and tolerance through cultural events that are educational and entertaining. Our mission is to bring cultures together and bridge the gaps between the international student community and the local community at WSU. We work with UCIE (International Office) to support us in our endeavors.
Please attach the organization's constitution.
E190 Student Union
Associate Director, University Center for International Education