International experiences to be shared during symposiaTrine University international students will share about their experiences during the fifth week of the Humanities Symposia, hosted by the Department of Humanities and Communication.
The presentation, titled “Crossing Borders/Building Bridges: The International Experience at Trine” will begin at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 4, in Wells Theater inside Taylor Hall on the Trine campus, and is free and open to the public.
Yancy Bejarano Flores from Honduras, Ayasha Faria from Bangladesh, Natnael Gebreab from Ethiopia, Mahoko Kuki from Japan, Maysam Mourad from Saudi Arabia and Pauline Odambo from Kenya will make up the panel of students. Mari McHenry, director of international community services, will facilitate the discussion.
The free talks, scheduled each Tuesday through April 11, are open to everyone. Trine students get CHAT credit for attending. Talks usually last 30 minutes and are followed by a time for questions.
For more information about the Humanities Symposia, contact Sarah Young at firstname.lastname@example.org or 260.665.4849.