2011-2012 Event History

Cross Country Conversations - Stem Cells

On May 23, come discuss the benefits and conflicts associated with stem cell research from international and domestic perspectives!

Cross Country Conversations - Internet Privacy

On May 2, 2012, the Office of International Programs held a Cross Country Conversation on the topic of Internet Privacy in the Marks Intercultural Center. Christopher Bonnaig, Matthew Whitworth, and Sean Flynn served as student panelists and shared contrary views on what internet privacy means, how it should be handled, and who has the responsibility to protect users.

2011-2012 Food

Student Conference on Global Challenges - Food

Food is crucial to our survival, integral to our culture, a determinant of our health, a focus of new technologies, and a commodity affecting GNP and political policy, driving conflict or cooperation in international relations. Whether abundant or scarce, it is part of the art, science, ethics, and labor of our daily lives.

Voices of Uganda: Children of War Tell Stories of Hope.

Philadelphia native, activist and actress Melissa Fitzgerald (West Wing) will tell her story of doing theatre with the local population in Uganda. The work is chronicled in the documentary film, Staging Hope, which tells the story of a cross-cultural collaboration between a group of American actors and ...

Cross Country Conversations - Social & Economic Class

This event was a discussion on the issue of social and economic class, the widening gap between the rich and the poor, and the impact it has on our society and our lives.
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Looking Eastward

A fun information-fair to learn about Opportunities for the Drexel Community in the Middle East, Turkey, and North Africa. Come learn about study abroad, co-op, and research, Monday October 24th, in the Intercultural Center

International Peace Day

Peace Day – Philly 2011, an initiative in affiliation with the United Nations Association of Greater Philadelphia, will also be offering several events on September 21st, free & open to the public.

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