contest gives students the opportunity to learn about a different country and
get creative during International Education Week.
represented in WWU’s student body and instructed to make a replica of that
country’s flag and write an essay about the country.
awarded first place and a $25 Wal-Mart gift card for her Taiwanese flag and
Tulare, Calif., was awarded second place and a t-shirt from the WWU Logo Store for
her Brazilian flag and essay.
Jefferson City, Mo., received third place and a pair of movie passes for her essay
and replica of New Zealand’s flag.
junior sports management major from Lompoc, Calif., who did Ireland, and
Rebecca Campbell, a sophomore management information systems major from
Mountainair, N.M., who did Israel.
bring attention to International Education Week,” Tara Deierling, WWU registrar,
explained. “We hope that in doing the project, students learn more about their
assigned country and enjoy coming up with a creative way to replicate the