9 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Holliday Forum Journalism Building
Internationalization & Education: Breaking Boundaries
Introduction: Bob Mann | Manship School of Mass Communication Professor Manship Chair
The symposium brings together scholars from across the globe to examine the implications of the intersections of globalization and education. Specifically, it will discuss ideas related to human rights, difference, ethics,
Special Speaker: Damon P.S. Andrew, PhD | CHSE Dean
and pedagogy in an increas-
E. B. â€œTedâ€? Robert Endowed Professor
ingly globalized and interna-
Dr. Denise Egea | Louisiana State University, United States The Commodification of Culture: Ethico Political Issues in the Global Marketing of Knowledge
tional world. We will explore policy questions for Louisiana
Dr. Zdenko Kodelja | University of Primorska, Slovenia
and beyond. What can we learn
Religion, Human Rights, and Education in the International Context
Dean Ana Maria Mass | Universidad Argentina de la Empresa, Argentina Connecting Continents and Higher Education
from one another? What can we do better? How can we break down barriers?
Dean Hua Zhang | Hang Zhou Normal University, China Teachers as Intellectuals: Global Perspectives from China
Join us for an insightful discussion!
BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
The French Education Project | The Curriculum Theory Project
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