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Exploring.  Learning.  Creating.


This project reflects learning in at least one of the main themes of the program and involves experiential learning, community engagement, research in peer-reviewed journals, a research paper, and the creation of a unique product.  The products represent different genres and share multiple perspectives on the students' focus topics. In the style of a multigenre research project, students show their understanding through creative work such as leading workshops, podcasts, videos, etc.


Global Studies Evenings

The students will present their projects online in moderated panel discussions bringing their learning together to more deeply explore the world we live in.


Tues 5/18 Geopolitics & History  Jackson T. Forrest, Angelique Philips, Jacob Scheinblum & Cindy Zhang

Wed 5/19 Culture & Religion Elias Bachner, Adam Joseph, Chris Li, Jack McCamish & Henry Zhou

Thurs 5/20 Environment & Technology Owen Chambers, Allison Kalva, Jona A. Ruser, Maaz I. Siddiq & Chase Harvard Wayne-Duffy 

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