As part of Global Engagement Week, Oct. 15-25, the Center for Global Engagement and the Davis UWC Committee are sponsoring a presentation by Jae June Lee '17, who took part in the Davis Project for Peace in the Calais, France, refugee camp over the summer.
The project's cloud-based platform enables non-governmental organizations to directly communicate with refugees and migrants, allowing them to target donations to those in need and better understand those trapped amidst this devastating refugee crisis.
Global Engagement Week events include:
• Off-Campus Study Photography Show
• Non-Poisoned Skittles
• Host Family Dinner
• Film Screening: "Reel Injun"
• Dessert & Discuss: U.S. Elections in Focus — How the World Sees It
• Who Run the World? Studying Abroad as a Woman
• International Dinner
• Film Screening: "Pelo Malo" ("Bad Hair")
• Off-Campus Study in Russian: Returning Students' Perspectives
Please contact Lisa Swaim at email@example.com or 740-427-5637 with any questions.
Global Engagement Week is made possible by ADELANTE, African Students Association, AVI Dining Services, Black Student Union, the Center for Global Engagement, Davis United World College Committee, IFSA-Butler Ambassadors, Indigenous Nations at Kenyon, International Society at Kenyon, the Department of Modern Languages & Literatures, Russian Club and individuals across campus.
Thursday, October 20, 2016 at 11:10am to 12:10pm
207 Chase Avenue, Gambier, Ohio 43022
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