Feast of Nations
54th Annual Feast of Nations
This year's Feast of Nations is sold out. Mark your calendars for 2017 -- February 11th at the Alerus Center.
About Feast of Nations
The University of North Dakota’s first ever Feast of Nations was held in 1961. Organized by students in UND’s International Organization, it started as a small group of people preparing a dinner in order to share their cultures. The Feast of Nations has now grown into the biggest multicultural event in the region. This is a celebration of culture, community and diversity. Today, the banquet offers a taste of the world through skillful performances, cultural displays and delicious food. Tickets sell quickly so call soon!
About UND International Organization
IO is an on-campus student organization. Our mission is to enhance goodwill and an understanding of cultures within the UND campus and the Greater Grand Forks communities. Our group is not just for international students on campus, but for all individuals and groups who are interested in sharing and learning about culture and diversity. Feast of Nations is hosted annually to showcase and celebrate culture and diversity around the world.
International Organization Leadership Committee 2015-2016
- President - Saki Kawaguchi (Japan)
- Vice President – Trevin Casinader (Sri Lanka)
Treasurer – Zsofia Barandi (Hungary)
- Secretary – Dinusha Gunarathna (Sri Lanka)
Feast of Nations Coordinator – Drew Rosenbaum (United States)
Feast of Nations Coordinator – Camden Sasko (Canada)
- Marketing/PR: Delcio Cardoso (Angola)
- Advisor – Dr. Rebecca Leber-Gottberg
- Advisor – Dr. Joseph Vacek
Special thanks to our 2016 major sponsors!