Discussion/Workshop for Graduate Students: "Think Globally, Act Locally"


Location: Geddes Hall, Coffee House

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The Center for Social Concerns welcomes graduate students Tene Morgan (Keough School of Global Affairs), Frank Spesia (Eck Institute for Global Health), and Spencer French (Department of English) for a discussion/workshop exploring the intersection of global issues in the local South Bend community. How do global trends impact the local environment, and how may we think globally then act locally in our teaching and research?

We invite graduate students interested in global challenges as well as those with local expertise/interest to join the discussion and share your thoughts, interests. Opportunities for local engagement via the Center for Social Concerns will be noted. A light lunch will be provided. Graduate students of all departments are welcome. Register through GradConnect. Contact Jake Dillabaugh (jdillaba@nd.edu) or Jay Brandenberger (jbranden@nd.edu) for more information. 

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