Session A, Sabine Hall 117-- “Building Peace in our Careers and in our Country”Alessandra Rodrigues, Richland College, “Peacebuilding in Journalism”; Areebah Fatima, Richland College, “Postmortem of the August 12, 2017, Incident in Charlottesville, Virginia”; Kirubel Solomon Moges, Richland College, “Capital Punishment is the Ultimate Deterrent to Peacebuilding”; Nghi Nghiem Bao Tran, Richland College, “MSG Slows Embroyo Development in
Session B, Sabine Hall 118—“Building Peace Internally and Internationally”Tamunomiebaka Somiari, Richland College, “Focusing on We Instead of Me”; Maria Tadros, Tulsa Community College, “Peace through Love: Garbage City, Cairo”; Aysegul Ates, Richland College, “Women in Peacebuilding”; Brian Miranda, Richland College, “Responsible for Peace”; Homero Perez, Richland College, “Refugee Access to Labor Markets in Western Nations”; Lucero Saldaña, Richland College, “Perspectives, Attitudes, Truths and Hopes (PATH) to Peace”; Carrie Kaschmitter, Sydney Magnall, Kaila Tokar, Jessica Tran, Anjelica Avorque, Michelle Kim, Ani MacKay and Maria Flores, Richland College, “Visualize Peacemaking: Global Change through Images”.
Honors Professor Erin Kelley will announce where in the world the Honors students will be studying in May 2019. Honors students have studied in Arkansas, London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Atlanta, Georgia. We head to Oklahoma in March. Where will we go next?
Don’t miss the BIG announcement!