Geneva and Panama Summer for Development Appetizer Course

Event Date: 
Tuesday, November 18, 2014 -
1:00pm to 2:30pm
Campus Location: 
Room Number: 
Suite 300 Conference Room

Interested undergraduate students will receive a little taste of the curriculum offered as part of the Geneva and Panama 2015 Summer for Development Undergraduate Study Abroad Programs.

In addition to feeding prospective students' minds and spirits, pizza will be served.

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This appetizer course will be prepared and presented by the course chefs (um, instructors):

Colin Crawford Professor Colin Crawford is an urban and environmental law professor whose work has in recent years concentrated on urban resilience to climate change, including questions of community participation; his work largely focuses on the Americas.
Julie Hernandez
 
Dr. Julie Hernandez is an urban geographer, community development and GIS for public health expert, with sustained field experience in environmentally vulnerable cities, from New Orleans to Kinshasa and Mexico City.

 

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