Join us as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the International Affairs Master’s Program
September 19 & 20, 2014
Florida State University Campus
We have a wealth of fun, sociable events and informative programs for you!
Friday, September 19
Campus Walking Tours
Wine & Cheese Reception
Featuring a special video of the program’s history, including interviews with several alumni.
Saturday, September 20
Brunch & Career Event
Student and alumni panels discuss career opportunities in International Affairs.
Invited honored guests include:
Professor Richard Gray, founder of the IA graduate program
Professor Jim Ray, second director of the program
Events will be held in the new Center for Global Engagement
and the recently renovated William Johnston Building.
Tours will be available of our beautifully landscaped campus.
Record your own memories of our program at our video booth!
We invite you to connect with old friends and faculty and meet the current students.
Come learn about all of the exciting things happening here in the program and at Florida State!
ADDITIONAL EVENTS ON CAMPUS ON ANNIVERSARY WEEKEND
FSU Football vs. Clemson TBA
Art exhibits at the Fine Arts Museum, 530 W Call Street, 250 Fine Arts Building:
In the Streets: Photographing Urban Spaces – a collection of photos from the Ringling Museum in Sarasota
The 29th Annual Tallahassee International: A juried art competition
University Symphony Orchestra, Ruby Diamond Concert Hall, Sept. 20, 2014, 8:00 pm
THINGS TO DO IN TALLAHASSEE HERE
Hilton Garden Inn, Under the confirmation number 3128691802. Please contact the hotel directly by September 4th to book your room and provide the name of Joan Kallestad.
Click here for hotel web site.