Tag: global citizenship

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El-Kati lecturer discusses black-Palestinian solidarity

Macalester faculty, students and guests from around the Twin Cities gathered in the Alexander G. Hill Ballroom last Friday night for the annual Mahmoud El-Kati Distinguished Lectureship, this year featuring Dr. Marc LaMont Hill. The Lectureship was established in 2006 to honor former Macalester professor Mahmoud El-Kati’s 33 years as a lecturer, writer, and commentator…

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2018 International Roundtable brings new perspectives to campus

Last week, Macalester hosted its 25th Annual International Roundtable (IRT), titled Beyond Blood and Skin: The Global Production and Consequences of Race and Racisms. The purpose of this year’s event was to explore race as a social construct and understand the consequences of racism worldwide. The idea for this year’s IRT came from educational studies…

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Donna Maeda takes on new role and new vision

Donna Maeda came to Macalester this past fall to a position that is not only new to her, but new to Macalester as well. She was chosen in December 2016 to be both the Dean of the Institute of Global Citizenship and the Dean for Faculty Development and Diversity. The Dean of the Institute of…

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Global Citizenship in the News to focus on Twin Cities

Next Thursday, Nov. 19, the final installment of this semester’s “Global Citizenship in the News” series will conclude with a discussion on the local transit system and the ways in which tensions within this system reflect on the American obsession with protecting their personal spaces. Global Citizenship in the News is a series from the…

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Sustainability and Global Citizenship Seminar formed | Course funded by the Margaret Cargill Grant

This spring, 10 Macalester sophomores and juniors will have the chance to participate in a new fellowship course called the “Sustainability for Global Citizenship Seminar.” The new course offering comprises the signature piece of the Margaret A. Cargill Campus Sustainability Grant Macalester received last spring. Similar to the Chuck Green Fellowship, the program will be…