On January 25th at 6:00 pm the Turkish Movie Club screened the film Istanbul Kirmizisi
On January 11th at 6:00pm the Turkish Movie Club screened the film Eyvah Eyvah.
Students and staff participated in tabling in the GISB atrium on January 8th, 2019. The Flagship set up a table with Turkish delight, artwork, buttons, and pictures of Turkey in engaging in outreach to promote the program and recruit new students.
On Wednesday, November 7th Esra Ibil gave a fascinating presentation about the history, traditions, and techniques of Turkish Ebru Painting.
The Turkish Flagship, alongside the IU Union Board and Hutton Honors College, presented a Turkish Culture Night event at the Hutton Honors.
Students and staff spent time together at a retreat camp and engaged in Turkish cultural activities.
Students gathered to see a presentation about Turkey becoming an emerging market.
Derya Dogan gave an interesting workshop on the practice of translation between languages, and the potential areas of difficulty or confusion in rendering writing from one language into another.
Turkish Flagship students attended the First Thursday celebration to share information about the Turkish Flagship, as well as aspects of Turkish Culture, such as Iznik Tiles.
New and old Turkish Flagship students gathered to eat a good Turkish meal and discuss requirements and activities for the upcoming school year!
The Turkish Flagship set up a table on Monday, August 20th for the Fall Student Involvement Fair.
Turkish Flagship staff tabled in the School of Global and International Studies Atrium to promote Turkish Flagship to students passing through GISB.
In July, Turkish Flagship staff and tutors presented three Turkish language classes and three cultural sessions to two cohorts of high school participants in the 2018 Business is Global international business summer camp.
This semester, Azerbaijani visiting scholar Sabina Hoca presented a series of Azerbaijani Cultural Workshops to students in the Turkish Flagship Program.
On Monday, April 16th, the Turkish Flagship hosted Miss Seda Aslan, who gave a lecture in Turkish titled “Türk Kültürüne Genel Bir Bakış.”
Last Sunday, the Turkish Flagship Student Association visited the Islamic Center of Bloomington (ICOB).
Each spring, the Turkish Flagship hosts study abroad orientation and brunch for students who will be studying abroad during the summer or academic year.
Turkish Flagship joined local organizations, including the Monroe County Public Library, the Arabic Flagship, and cultural centers from Indiana University, to participate in the 23rd Annual Lotus Blossoms World Bazaar at Fairview Elementary School.
The Turkish Flagship collaborated with the Arabic and Chinese Flagships to plan the First Annual Indiana University Inter-Flagship Colloquium (IUIFC). The IUIFC recognized the hard work of the Flagship students, who created research posters and presentations in their respective target languages. Because IU is the only university in the country to have three Flagship Programs, the IUIFC focused on inter-Flagship interaction.
The Turkish Flagship hosted Yagmur Demir, a Fulbrigh Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) from Turkey, for the second Turkish talk of the semester.
On Tuesday, January 23rd, the Turkish Flagship hosted Mr. Cem Kaba, who gave a lecture in Turkish titled “Türkiye’nin Macera Sporları Hazineleri.”
The Turkish Flagship students participated in a cultural night focused on Backgammon.
Last Monday, the Turkish Flagship students, along with the Turkish Flagship Staff and members of Indiana University’s Turkish community, celebrated Republic Day.
Ms. Tara Alisbah, a Turkish language consultant and scholar, came to visit the Turkish Flagship to discuss Turkish hand gestures.
Turkish Flagship students, staff, and native speakers participated in language and cultural immersion activities at IU’s beautiful Bradford Woods Recreation Facility.
Students met at the Turkish Flagship Program Assistant Director Andrea Nikolova’s home in the morning of Sunday, March 5, to start preparing for their time in summer 2017 or academic year study abroad programs.
Turkish students joined Turkish Flagship students to tour the Bloomington Islamic Center Friday, February 25, to learn about some of the customs and traditions of some Muslim residents of Bloomington.
Late afternoon on Friday March 24, students from all three of the Language Flagship programs at Indiana University gathered at the annual Flagship Student Symposium to showcase their linguistic talents, listen to career advice from alumni of the programs, and hear SGIS Dean Lee Feinstein speak to the importance of language learning.
Turkish Flagship students, staff, and native speakers participated in languageand cultural immersion activities at IU’s beautiful Bradford Woods Recreation Facility.
Yesterday, Turkish Flagship visited Bedford North Lawrence High School in Bedford, Indiana to teach AP World History students about the Ottoman Empire.
Last Friday, the Turkish, Chinese, and Swahili Flagships at IU came together for the 2nd annual Flagship Student Symposium, this year themed “From Capstone to Career.”