Teach in Spain! (International Event making up for missed Global Engagement Day)

I didn’t have any afternoon plans when my Spanish instructor said, “Are any of you free this afternoon?” I nodded and he smiled, “Well you should definitely come over to Kaufman Hall. A colleague of mine is going to be talking about teaching in Spain which is something I did.” Now, if you know me,… Continue reading Teach in Spain! (International Event making up for missed Global Engagement Day)

Stereotypes

I woke up this morning to an email from my Informed Citizens Discussion group moderator. The first article spoke of Germany’s chancellor’s reign being in question because of his immigration policy. The next of the paralympics and challenged us to think on the ethical/nationalistic implications on it vs. the olympics. Another of the- sigh – elections. The… Continue reading Stereotypes