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Keyword: diversity

Please join us for the final conversation of the year.  Friday May 5, 4:30, SoLVE Center, OMN.  All are welcome!

Professor Joseph McGraw, Public History faculty, encouraged audience members to "go take a hike!"...on the Appalachian Trail.  Professor McGraw's presentation was one of five interactive sessions on topics such as acculturation, human trafficking, and freedom of expression that comprised the "Complex Issues in a Diverse World" event on April 19.  Many thanks to organizing committee chair, Professor Lauri Weiner, and all who participated!

Please join School of Humanities & Social Sciences faculty for presentations on global issues, including human trafficking, holistic health, and free speech.  All are welcome!

Please join us for our next meeting: Friday 3/3, SoLVE Center (OMN), 4:30-6:00

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