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  • Monday, November 12, 2018

    • Dance as a Global Language (Diversity #TBD) Time: 10:30am - 11:30am Locations: Monteabaro Recital Hall Details:

       Audience members will be taken on a whirlwind journey around the globe to view dances from Japan, Africa, India, and America. Dance embodies life! Discuss how Dance is a vital form of non-verbal communication that serves to not only entertain, but educate and preserve our diverse cultural heritages.

       

      Sponsored by the Theatre and Dance Department

       
       
    • Study Abroad Panel (Diversity #TBD) Time: 12:00pm - 1:15pm Locations: DH 100 Details:

      Returning HCC students discuss global experiences.

       

      Sponsored by the International Education Office

       
       
    • The Cultural Significance of Coffee Houses and Heurigers in Austria (Diversity #TBD) Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: DH 100 Details:

      Exploring how coffeehouses and Heurigers (wine taverns) are an essential part of Austrian life raises interesting questions about how we live, communicate, connect, and socialize in the modern city today. Listed by UNESCO in 2011 as an intangible heritage-one that is to be preserved and protected-learn how Austrian coffeehouses create identity and are meaningful for society.

      Sponsored by the Geography Department

       
       
    • Finland’s Experiment with Universal Basic Income: A Solution for Income Inequality? (Diversity #TBD) Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm Locations: DH 100 Details:

      Explore Finland’s two-year program which tests the feasibility of providing a group of unemployed Finns a Universal Basic Income of approximately $700/month. What was the design, implementation, and then the impact on the unemployment rate? Discuss the implications of creating similar programs in the US as a way to alleviate income inequality.

      Sponsored by the Business Department

       
       
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