The purpose of the Clark Center for Global Engagement is to advance international education, service and scholarship on the SUNY Cortland campus; to provide an integrated framework to organize and promote all aspects of international education, service and scholar-ship; and to promote a full appreciation of and involvement with the global community. The center shall be concerned with both on campus and off campus, academic and non-academic programs.
Arctic Politics, Tuesday, 9/24 @ 6pm in Sperry 106. Lecture by Krestia DeGeorge, Founding Editor, ArcticToday
Boer War (1899-1902). British Policy Towards the Boer in South Africa, Wed., 10/2 @ 4:30pm, Moffett 2125. Lecture by John Sheehan, PhD, Sociology/Anthropology, SUNY Cortland
Separatism in Catalonia: Factors to Consider, Wed., 10/15 @ 5pm, Jacobus Lounge, Brockway Hall. Lecture by Juan Arroyo, PhD, Political Science, Ithaca College
Be Careful What You Wish For: The Extraordinary Case of 21st-Century Learning in Aotearoa, New Zealand, Wed., 10/23 @ 12:30 pm, Old Main Colloquium. Lecture by Graham McPhail, PhD, School of Curriculum and Pedagogy, Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Crisis in Hong-Kong, Wed.,10/30 @ 12:30pm, Jacobus Lounge, Brockway Hall. Lecture by Yujeong Yang, PhD, Political Science, SUNY Cortland
The Many Ukraines of 1917-1922, Thursday, November 14 @ 4:30pm, Sperry 104. Lecture by Zenon Wasyliw, PhD, History, Ithaca College