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Schooling Languages: Citizenship, Indigeneity and Language Policy in Nepal
The Transnational Education of African and African Muslim Youth to Medina Baye, Senegal
GSE Student Affairs will host a trip to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in D.C. Friday, December 1st, 2017. As space is limited, there will be an $10 fee to participate in this trip.
Departure: GSE @ 8:50am
Return: GSE @ 9:00pm
Boxed lunch will be provided.
Registration details will be released in October.
Questions? Email Uyen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Take up Space! Self Efficacy and Student Experiences: A Case Studies Approach to Understanding Aggressions and Biases in Higher Ed Spaces
Join us for Workshop 3, a case studies based discussion on diversity and international experiences. Workshop 3 will focus on exploring and unpacking students' own experiences at higher education institutions like GSE.
Faciliators: Ayoung Lee (M.S.Ed '14) and Lauren Scicluna (M.S.Ed '16)
Workshop 2 - International Experiences of Race and Privilege
What Happened and How Do We Talk About?
Workshop 1 will present an overview of the current climate of the U.S. and will build upon programming offered at International Student Orientation.
Facilitators will provide a brief overview of terms and language used when discussing diversity in the U.S. Space will be provided to discuss recent events that have affected Penn students.
Faciliators: Ayoung Lee (M.S.Ed. '14) and Lauren Scicluna (M.S.Ed. '16)
'I Arrived in a Giant, Curious, and Scary Place': Designing Illustrated Journals in a Pre-College ESL University Program
Organizing for High Reliability in Army Medicine: An Assessment of Barriers to Facilitators for Implementation
The first year of Donald Trump's presidency has exposed enormous fault lines in American politics. But citizens of different perspectives rarely engage in real conversation; instead, they shout past each other. In such a polarized environment, how can we talk across our differences? Building upon two dialogues held last spring, Cairn and Penn universities will sponsor, in partnership with Common Party, two more public forums on October 18 (at Penn) and November 15 (at Cairn).