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|8:30 am-9:20 am||Goodwin Forum|
What are the origins and scale of international inequality? In this presentation/discussion session we will look at a short video on global inequality and then have a discussion about the causes of economic inequality, the relationship between inequality and other issues, and how we might go about reversing the trend toward greater global wealth disparity.
|10:00 am-11:00 am||Goodwin Forum|
Join several study abroad returnees as they share their experiences. Learn about the countries they visist5ed and the cultures they were immersed in.
|11:00 am-12:50 pm||Goodwin Forum|
America’s foreign policy is to amplify the nation’s voice and extend its reach in areas critical to the daily lives of its citizens. We work to ensure our country’s diplomatic leadership enhances our economic, food and energy security and stability, and reflects America’s values. With your diverse educational and cultural backgrounds, perspectives and knowledge, and exceptional analytical and problem-solving skills, you can become part of America’s leadership worldwide. As a US citizen, you are America. And you can represent America to the world.
|11:00 am-12:30 pm|
Screening of the documentary “The Linguists,” followed by a discussion focusing on using theater and performance in efforts to revive dying languages.
|1:00 pm-1:50 pm||Goodwin Forum|
Have you ever wondered what kinds of options are available for a career that involves things international? Join staff members from the Center for International Programs as they discuss the types of positions that they hold here on campus and what steps they took to get there.
|3:30 pm-4:20 pm||Goodwin Forum|
Students from PSCI330, Political Regimes & Political Change: Europe, will present posters on different European countries. The posters will have a common theme such as Austerity & Diversity: Challenges in the European Union.
|4:00 pm-5:00 pm||HSU Campus|
"Ramanujan: Letters From An Indian Clerk"
|4:00 pm-5:00 pm||Green & Gold Room|
Dr. Jerry Franklin, professor of Ecosystem Analysis at the University of Washington, will speak Thurs, Nov 21st from 4-5 pm, in the Green & Gold room (FH 166).
|4:30 pm-6:30 pm||Library Fishbowl|
In this hands-on art making session, participants will learn how to make a miniature book and will leave the class with one or more original books. If you wish, bring small photos (no larger than 2x2 inches), poems, favorite quotes, beads, shells, or ribbon. There will also be plenty of art supplies for participants to use & templates and instructions for composing original poems.
|5:00 pm-6:30 pm||Campus Center for Appropriate Technology|
Presented by HSU's Chemistry club, this will be a demonstration on how to make your own soap using lye and fats, with explanations on the molecular properties of soap and why it makes us clean!
|5:30 pm-8:30 pm||HSU Campus|
3 hour women's self-defense training. This fast paced class will focus mainly on physical techniques. To sign up call 826-4655 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|6:30 pm-7:30 pm||University Center Banquet Room|
The Peace Corps pays qualified Americans to live and work for two years in one of 76 countries in the developing world. We work in Education, Health, Business Development, Agriculture, Environment, and Youth and Community Development. Volunteers gain valuable professional and personal development, using Peace Corps service to launch careers domestically or internationally, or use the many scholarships presented to returned Peace Corps volunteers to attend grad school. For over 50 years, Peace Corps volunteers have been fostering world peace and friendship through sharing culture and technical skills in the developing world, then bringing that experience back home to America to impact their communities and their engagement with politics and the world.
|Sep 27th-Nov 30th||Clarke Historical Museum|
|Nov 1st-Nov 21st||Reese Bullen Gallery|
|Nov 5th-Dec 3rd||Recreation and Wellness Center|
|Nov 6th-Dec 4th||Recreation and Wellness Center|
|Nov 7th-Nov 29th||TBD|
|Nov 8th-Dec 5th||Goudi'ni Gallery|
|Nov 12th-Dec 11th|
|Nov 14th-Nov 25th||HSU Campus|
|Nov 18th-Nov 22nd||HSU Campus|
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