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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Coffee Hour with Dr. Phillip Sandro

The Department of Geography, Environment, and Society is holding a Coffee Hour on Friday, October 25th at 3:30 in room 445 Blegen Hall. Dr. Phillip Sandro will share how theory, field work and internships are integrated across multiple disciplines to teach about urban and regional poverty, inequality and social change.

Dr. Phillip Sandro, Director and Faculty of HECUA's Inequality in America program, will also discuss how the program equips students for effective political engagement.
HECUA is an academically rigorous social justice off-campus education program in the United States, Bangladesh, Ecuador, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, and Norway. HECUA programs address vital issues in neighborhoods, nations, and the world, enrolling students in understanding and acting on real-world issues, in real time. HECUA programs are open to any enrolled undergraduate student from any college or university in the United States.