The IDEA Society
hosts annual student dinners every Spring semester. These dinners enable us to gather diverse graduate students of the University of Georgia, giving attendants the opportunity to learn about each others’ cultures thus creating a warm atmosphere whereby new friendships develop.
In general, each dinner has the following format:
A key note speaker talks about that year’s topic which is determined by IDEA Society members. Each year’s topic focuses on an
important humanitarian issue such as empathy, hunger, etc. and encourage attendees to take action on the issue. A live performance (either a live music performance or an art performance) is staged by Turkish performers. Live performances give us a chance to introduce Turkish culture more vividly. We
also serve home-made Turkish food which allow us to introduce delicious examples of Turkish cuisine to our guests.
IDEA Society is proud of hosting its 6th Annual Student Dialogue Dinner in April 14th at Tate Grand Hall. This year’s dinner featured a keynote speech by Dr. Thomas Hebert on Empathy, a live art performance from Turkey called Ebru (Paper Marbling) and authentic home-made Turkish food. Three lucky attendees had a chance to get an Ebru work, completed by the performer.
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if you are interested in our future events.
07 Apr 2014 - Distinguished Speaker Series