Global Studies Hangout

Join us at our new Global Studies Hangouts! Every week, professors, heads of organizations, and professionals related to Global Studies will host a "hangout", where you can come for tea, coffee, snacks, and informal conversation. All current and prospective students are welcome (and encouraged) to come! Meet professors, students with similar interests, and others to learn about our world and opportunities for Global Studies students. The hangout will meet on Thursdays from 1:30-3:00 in Manoogian 443 unless otherwise indicated.

Here's the line-up so far for Winter 2017:

DateMeet and Talk With:
Jan. 26Prof. Jennifer Hart (History)The Study Abroad Experience
Jan. 31 (TUESDAY!)Prof. Patricia K. McCormick (Communications)International Dependence on Space. Let's talk about the ways the world is dependent on satellites and the infrastructure we have launched into space.
Feb. 9Cancelled 
Feb. 16

Prof. Katherine Kim (Philosophy) and Prof. Brad Roth (Political Science)

Human Rights and Diverse Worldviews
Feb. 23Prof. Nicole Coleman (German/CMLLC)"Weiberfastnacht" (Carnival in Germany/Global Carnival)
March 2Prof. Stine Eckert (Communications)International Frauentag - International Women's Day (March 8) Look Ahead
March 9Prof. Jennifer Hart (History)Ghana@60: African Politics and Decolonization
March 21 (TUESDAY!)Andrew Mann, Department of StatePreparing for careers with the Department of State
March 23 (IN THE ROMANIAN ROOM, MANO 408)Robert Chiaravalli, EsqCareer Planning for Students of Foreign Languages
March 30Dr. John Brender (Director) and Confucius Institute program alumniOpportunities for students through the Confucius Institute, including study abroad and teaching English in China, and scholarships
April 6Dr. Leonidas Pittos (Greek/CMLLC)

Cultural Commonwealths: Classics, Byzantium, and the World  

April 13Saeed Khan (Near East Studies/CMLLC)My visit with Pope Francis
April 20Ahmad Ezzeddine (Associate Vice President for Educational Outreach and International Programs, Senior Associate to the President for Strategic Planning and Special Initiatives)Global Agenda


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