It is a wonderful opportunity for students to get their voices
heard,” said Ellis. “With such a diverse student
body, it seems a natural concept for HPU to look at defining
global citizenship since the students here are simply living
The Symposium will be kicked off by guest
speaker Caroline Matano Yang, head of the Fulbright Commission,
grants and fellowships so students and faculty can travel
and study abroad. This will be followed by eight one-hour,
group breakout sessions.
After the breakout sessions, everyone will
reassemble for an open discussion about whether or not global
in a meaningful way and how it is presented here at HPU.
Breakfast and a pizza lunch will be provided
for all who attend.
And if you want to make it a global weekand,
spice up Friday, Nov. 7, too, with some cultural enlightenment
at the Intercultural
Preview Day on Fort Street Mall.
Experience the vast possibilities of being
a global citizen. It is an important topic for which there
may never be
a final conclusion but there will always be need
Sign up sheets are available at the Office
of Student Life, 1188 Fort St., 544-0277, or through any
HPU club president.