UC²: University Community Conversation

Liberal Education and Global Citizenship

Liberal Education and Global Citizenship in the Twenty-First Century

A photo of an empty auditoriumTuesday, February 18, 2014
7:00 p.m.
Neff Hall, Room 101

One of the central goals of the classical liberal education was to prepare students for the responsibilities of citizenship in a republic such as the United States.  In an increasingly globalized world, how do those responsibilities change?  What role do institutions like IPFW play in preparing students to succeed in a rapidly changing and shrinking world?  Join  UC²  for a thought-provoking conversation about liberal education and global citizenship. 

Carl Drummond, Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs
Rachel Hile, Director, Liberal Studies Program
Lachlan Whalen, Director, International Studies Program

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