Tag: International Studies Symposium

International Studies Symposium Series: ‘Promises’ screens Sept. 2

International Studies Symposium Series: ‘Promises’ screens Sept. 2

| August 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Fall 2014 International Studies Symposium Series invites you to a screening of the Emmy Award winning film, Promises. The film follows the lives of seven Israeli and Palestinian children living in and around the West Bank. The screening will take place in Sunnen Lounge in the University Center at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 2. […]

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International Studies Symposium Fall Series: Int’l Relations, Emerging Economies; Climage Change; Diversity; Vietnam Development

International Studies Symposium Fall Series: Int’l Relations, Emerging Economies; Climage Change; Diversity; Vietnam Development

| September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

The International Studies Symposium Series announces a series of lectures taking place Sept. 17 – Nov. 26. The series hosted by the Center for International Education Topics covers a variety of international topics, including marketing in emerging economies, climate change and venture capitalism. The presentations are on Tuesdays in the Emerson Library Conference Room, from noon […]

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Spring 2013 IS Symposium Series

Spring 2013 IS Symposium Series

| January 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Spring 2013 International Studies Symposium Series program line up is listed below. The events are held in the Library Conference Room, noon – 1:20 p.m., on Tuesdays, with the exception of the film screening on April 9, which will be held in Moore Auditorium. Jan. 29 – George Gyader, adjunct professor, History, Politics, and […]

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Nov. 20: IS Symposium – ‘Higher Education as an Agent for Change in Developing World’

Nov. 20: IS Symposium – ‘Higher Education as an Agent for Change in Developing World’

| November 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Center for International Education, International Studies Symposium Series, presents “Higher Education as an Agent for Change in the Developing World,” presented by Tom Oates, inaugural director of the Webster University program in Ghana, takes place Tuesday, Nov. 20, noon – 1:20 p.m. in the Emerson Library Conference Room. In the world of international aid […]

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Nov. 6: IS Symposium – Hiroshima Bomb Survivor’s ‘Transformative Learning’

Nov. 6: IS Symposium – Hiroshima Bomb Survivor’s ‘Transformative Learning’

| October 31, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Center for International Education, International Studies Symposium Series, presents “When I Change, the Whole World Changes”: Lessons in Transformative Learning with School of Education professor Roy Tamashiro on Tuesday, Nov. 6, noon – 1:20 p.m., in the Emerson Library Conference Room. According to Webster University’s mission statement, we are an institution that “ensures high […]

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International Studies Symposium: Day of the Dead; Chinese Art; Refugees in St. Louis

International Studies Symposium: Day of the Dead; Chinese Art; Refugees in St. Louis

| October 26, 2011 | 0 Comments

Upcoming speakers in the Center for International Education‘s International Studies Symposium Series: Nov. 1: Eileen Wolfington, La Morena St. Louis Wolfington will present the traditions behind the Day of the Dead celebration and the Hispanic community in St. Louis, and perform a traditional Mexican folk dance. Nov. 8: St. Louis Community College  Art Professor Yingxue […]

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