Fridays, 2-4 p.m.
ASRC (Rec Center Building), Room 650 (New Room)
1800 SW 6th Avenue
Free and open to the public
Friday - Mar 13, 2-4pm
The Journey of Global Commodities:
Coconut, Higher Education, and Cell Phones, Coffee, Commercial Compost
Students of PSU's Advanced Global Political Ecology Class (ELP 548) invite you to take a journey with them to explore and critique how the material and immaterial wealth of the world become commodities, and how we might renegotiate that relationship for a more sustainable and just outcome. There will be a particular focus on higher education and the mighty coconut.
Scheduling now for Spring term! Email email@example.com
April 3 – No Colloquium
April 10 – Recommend attending the Research to Action Symposium on Social Determinants of Health, focus on Addictions
April 17 – Ilarion (Larry) Merculieff returns!! Stop Talking: Indigenous Ways of Teaching and Learning and Difficult Dialogues in Higher Education
April 24 – Deborah Peterson, Climate Change Forum