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November 28, 2011 Campus Clubs Committee Student Activities Center University Union Suite 320 Denton, TX 76203 SUBJECT: Verification Letter for WORLD ECHOES Dear Committee Members: We want to take this opportunity to ask that you give WORLD ECHOES recognized status on the University of North Texas campus. UNT International believes this organization can aid our department in internationalization initiatives that are currently underway. As a recognized student organization, World Echoes can further student contact and interaction through their leadership involvement with International Week, the World Cultures Playground, Cooking and Tasting Around the World, Acculturation, Tax, and Work Seminars, Thanksgiving Dinner, Orientations, and other programs sponsored by UNT International. Presently, World Echoes is actively involved in advertising and event planning with our staff, faculty
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Unformatted text preview: and students. This collaboration between UNT International and World Echoes has effectively integrated international students and domestic students during these events, thus promoting multiculturalism and diversity at UNT. The members of World Echoes are native country ambassadors for speaking events and for TA/TF Training during Orientation. They greet visitors, give tours, and assist incoming students. They have spent many hours volunteering for UNT International and for service clubs and organizations in the Denton community. World Echoes is a diverse, vibrant, and outstanding student organization, whose activities and programs enrich campus life and are an extension of the work done by UNT International. Sincerely, Earl F. Gibbons, Ph.D. Vice Provost and Associate Vice President...
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