Attend Wednesday’s “Learning at the Lyceum” to get all the
details on how you could travel aboard, to Washington D.C. – even enjoy a day
at Dollywood for free or next-to-free.
These events are all funded through the International Fee,
which was approved by students to provide activities that prepare Walters State
to compete in a global economy. This semester’s activities will be discussed in detail Wednesday.
The Learning at the Lyceum begins at 12:40 p.m. in the International Lyceum.
This will be video-streamed live to ACAD 143 on the Sevier County Campus; room 209 on the
Greeneville/Greene County Campus and room 080 on the Claiborne County Campus.
Learn about these events:
•The International Travel Scholarship – your essay could
earn a trip overseas!
•Travel to Washington D.C. to visit the Holocaust Museum, war memorials and
other key places. The cost is only $40.
•All students may attend the Festival of Nations at
Dollywood for free during Walters State. The date will be announced at the
event. You only have to attend one of the cultural events that are part of the
festival. At the end of the day, turn your ticket in for a deep discount on
•Learn about a special event this semester, the chance to
see the Moscow Festival Ballet perform “Swan Lake.”
As with all “Learning in the Lyceum” programs, this is a
yellow ticket event. Ask your teacher about extra credit.