Second Annual Night Market Gala
Presented by the International House at the University of Central Oklahoma
“A Fusion of Art and Cultural Storytelling”
912 Chowning Avenue, Edmond OK 73034
April 18 6:00pm-9:30pm
The International House at the University of Central Oklahoma is proud to announce the Second Annual Night Market Gala. Night Market Gala is a black tie optional event, in which faculty, staff, community members, and students are invited to the International House for a formal evening of cultural experience. The International House, which opened November 2012, gives students from different cultures the opportunity to interact and become more globally competent. This event will give the friends of the International House an opportunity to contribute to the purpose of our House.
Do you want more students to have the opportunity to experience culture outside of the United States? Wouldn’t it be great if others could have experiences abroad?If you answered yes to either question, then come be a part of our Night Market Gala held at the International House! This is a one-night benefit event on April 18 from 6:00-9:00 p.m. located at the International House. There will be a silent auction, a meal, live entertainment and a live auction. All of the proceeds will go to the International House and towards broadening the global efforts of the Office of Global Affairs.
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International House Information
The University of Central Oklahoma is proud to introduce a one-of-a-kind facility and resource in this region of the country - the UCO International House. The University of Central Oklahoma's International House will facilitate global engagement and intercultural proficiencies by bringing together Central's students, staff, faculty and community.
Drawing upon its mission to catalyze transformative learning experiences, the house will serve as a venue for the university and outside groups to host programs and events. Those will range from cooking lessons and World Cup watch parties to after-school kids programs, faculty enhancement trainings, and civic club meetings. In addition, a stay-a-day program will serve visiting faculty, guests of the university, and international students with an emergency need.