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Registration Now Open: Subverting Borders Global Education and Int'l Services workshop

The office of Global Education and International Services is pleased to present our bi-annual professional development day designed to inspire and educate faculty and staff. REGISTER via this link - The first fifty people to register will receive a copy of the keynote speaker's book.



** The Global Context: "Globalization, National Identity, & Demographic Shifting"

Louis Andolino, Political Science

** The Local Context: "Shifting Demographics and its Impact on Local Climate"

Jay Piper, Principal Children's School of Rochester School No. 15

** Student Panel: "Why I Wear a Hijab" with Mariam Abusbeih, Haneen Al Ali, Saja Al Maliki

** Keynote Speaker Gazmend Kapllani, an Albanian-born novelist, journalist, and scholar currently teaching at Emerson College in Massachusetts. He lived in Athens for over twenty years and received his PhD in political science and history from Panteion University in Athens, with a dissertation on the image of Albanians in the Greek press and of Greeks in the Albanian press. His work centers on themes of migration, borders, totalitarianism, and how Balkan history has shaped public and private narratives. ( <> )

** Faculty Panel on Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) with Laura Penman, Jon Little and Marisol Galarza-Ruiz

** Information on International Professional Development Opportunities

** Information on Global Education Feature Highlights - The World Maps Gallery & MCC Global Faces

REGISTER via this link -

Attached Files:
Subverting Borders May 31 2017 PD Day.docx

Lynch, Gale
Global Education & International Services