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Spring semester activities

SPECIAL EVENTS FOR SPRING 2018

 

February 2018

Cultural Dialogues - CHANGE is IN THE AIR

Our 16 International Leaders in Education Program (ILEP) scholars will be presenting Cultural Dialogues during the month of February.  Their assignment this year Change is in the air will continue the theme used in October for the Saudi Arabian teachers' political, and educational changes, and it will be interesting for all to learn what is happening in Morocco, Malaysia, Mexico, Uganda, Tanzania and Senegal as well as Bangladesh and The Philippines.  The issues with immigration and migration, changing attitudes about multiculturalism (negative and positive), political conservation and nationalism, and the role of fake news in democracies will be considered as part of these noon time presentations.

Light lunch will be served at each event.

Thursday, February 1, 2018    12:00 - 1:00    Room 200 White Hall, Kent Campus

Malaysia and Senegal      Flier

Wednesday, February 7, 2018     12:00 - 1:00     Room 200 White Hall, Kent Campus

Mexico and Bangladesh

Tuesday, February 13, 2018     12:00-1:00     200 White Hall, Kent Campus

Morocco and Uganda

Thursday, February 22, 2018     12:00 - 1:00     200 White Hall, Kent Campus

The Philippines and Tanzania

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March 2018

Internatioanl Film and Discussion: Black Head Cow

Produced by Tanzania's Orkeeswa School, (the one the Dr. Kenneth Cushner and others assist) created the film Black Head Cow.This film was designed to bring the issue of child marriage to the Maasai community for discussion.  Sioni Ayubu Sindiyo Mollel, one of the former students from the school, will be in attendance to lead the discussion.

Light refreshments to be served

Open to the public

Tuesday, March 13, 2018     7:00pm     Kent Student Center Room 306ABC

 

April 2018

Gerald H. Read Distinguished Lecture Series - Dr. Alan November

Empathy: The 21st Century Skill

From west Point to HSBC (biggest bank in the World), one of the most valued skills is to understand different cultural perspectives and points of view.  Dr. November will show you how to organize any classroom into a Global Communications Center and design more rigorous assignments that motivate students to communicate globally and with purpose.  Expand the boundaries of learning and give your students the courage to engage with the World.

Thursday, April 5, 2018     7:00pm     Kent Student Center KIVA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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