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Teacher Workshop on Global Environmental Concerns. April 6, 2013
Jill Kuhnheim, Director of Latin American & Caribbean Studies during opening remarks at the Teacher Workshop.
Christopher Brown, Associate Professor of Geography explains the effects of soybean production in Brazil
Jean Eichhorst, from the Department of Geography during her presentation, "Turning Deserts into Cropland"
Marie-Alice L'Heureux, Associate Professor of Achitecture during her presentation, "Environmentalism, Design and Planning in a post-Soviet World"
Distinguished Professor Townsend Peterson talks about scholarworks and information available at KU portal
Visit to Natural History Museum: "How to use the Natural History Museum to teach about a wide range of environmental topics from water to climate change"
Visit to Spencer Museum of Art: "Using Art in conversations about global environmental concerns"
Senior students from KU present different topics related to The Americas, Environmental Issues, Education and Global Economy.
The Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh has created a dynamic environment on the web for the exchange of academic analysis of current events and critical research findings for scholarly general audiences and classroom use. Check out Panoramas!
A link to Panoramas can also be found on our site under the News & Events secion. Posted Jan 7, 2013