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Roundtable to focus on Human Culture and Intercultural Issues

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Human Culture Roundtable – Monday February 27 @ noon in the River Valley Room, Memorial Union

In addition to the busy two-day schedule of the upcoming Graduate School Scholarly Forum, an exciting new component has been added to this year’s line-up.  Yuliya Kartoshkina, a PhD student in Educational Foundations and Research, has arranged a roundtable session for graduate students and faculty.  This will be a remarkable opportunity for students to come together to discuss their research, methodology, literature, publications.

This year the conversation theme will focus on “Human Culture & Intercultural Issues.”  The roundtable is intentionally designed to be interdisciplinary with the goal of helping students explore various angles of human culture and provide opportunities for networking and future professional collaborations.  The hope is that students from across the disciplines, including sociology, communication, history and other related fields will come to share their ongoing research.

All graduate students and faculty conducting research on this topic are invited and encouraged to attend.  The human culture roundtable will be held Monday, Feb. 27 over the noon hour, in the River Valley Room on the second floor of the Memorial Union. And The Graduate School will provide pizza!

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February 22, 2012 at 7:55 am

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