Humanities and Social Sciences Events

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Student Film Series: The Descent

B10 Humanities and Social Sciences Building

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Film Screening: A Place at the Table and Panel Discussion

101 McElhaney Hall

A Place at the Table will be screened, followed by a panel discussion.

Wednesday, May 03, 2017

WGS Steering Committee Meeting

Conemaugh Room, HUB

Society of Professional Journalists -- IUP chapter meeting

408 CHSS Building

Presentation: “Observations on STEM Education in Latin America”

Humanities and Social Sciences, Room 126

Chadd McCloane“A teacher opens a window into your soul every time s/he teaches.” 

This quote works both ways, because good teachers open their hearts, too. Within every classroom dwell individual lives and local cultures just waiting to be discovered. Dr. Chadd McGlone founded the nonprofit Teachers2Teachers to unite US teachers with their counterparts around the world. Focusing on STEM, the exchange of knowledge and cultures creates opportunities not only to foster global citizenship among students but also to change hearts and minds. Dr. McGlone will open a window into the communities in Latin America where he has worked, sharing how T2T is changing STEM education so that today’s young minds are ready for tomorrow’s challenges. Because education knows no borders.

Teachers2TeachersInternational 

Latin American Studies (LAS)

Thursday, May 04, 2017

Presentation: “STEM Education in Latin America: How You Can Get Involved”

Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Rm. 126

Chadd McCloane-Guatemala

Teachers2Teachers recognizes that it’s vital for teachers to prepare students for a more interconnected world.

By organizing travel opportunities, T2T encourage teachers to interact with, coach, and learn from local educators in other countries. U.S. teachers bring this global perspective, knowledge, and skillset back into their own classrooms, along with their rediscovered passion for education. Through a focus on STEM, teachers are better able to foster their students’ creativity, innovation, and problem-solving skills. Dr Chadd McGlone, founder and executive director of T2T, will share stories of teacher trips to the biodiversity heartland of the Galapagos Islands, indigenous mountain villages of Guatemala,and an isolated jungle community populated by escaped slaves in Ecuador, among others. You will also find out how you can get involved.

Teachers2TearchersInternational

Latin American Studies (LAS)

Saturday, May 13, 2017

English Department Graduation Ceremony

225 Humanities and Social Sciences Building

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