Life in the U.S. Series

Life in the U.S. is an ongoing series of transition and academic support workshops infused with friendship, fun, and humor to keep students engaged. Participants will meet other students to develop new friendships and strengthen connections with one another, meet other student leaders and KU staff members, increase their comfort level at KU and their identification with the University because of these connections and learn about a variety of topics regarding academic life that will help them to have a successful start at KU.

 

Once a Month | 6:00-7:00 p.m. | Strong Hall, Room 2

Registration for this event will be open first to new international Jayhawks at Spring 2020 orientation. If there is still available space in the workshops a notification will be sent out through the ISS Events email.

 

The Workshop Dates for Spring 2020 are:

January 29th

Topic: American Sayings

Dinner Menu: Hot Dogs

February 19th

Topic: Traveling from Lawrence

Dinner Menu: Frito Pie

March 25th

Topic: Sports in the U.S.

Dinner Menu: Clam Chowder

 


 
 

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