Being a Global Citizen
Global Scholars Circuit
Join the Global Citizens Project for the Global Scholars Circuit!
The Circuit is a way to engage USF's community of global citizens in lively discussions about particularly interesting global topics, while exposing the USF community to the wide array of certified global courses offered across campus. Throughout the semester, various faculty will open their classroom to other students, faculty, and staff during a normally scheduled class period.
Just drop in!
Fall 2018 Global Scholars Circuit Sessions
All sessions will be held in the Grace Allen Room (Library, 4th floor in Special Collections).
***Attend 4 Global Scholars Circuit sessions this semester and receive a certificate!***
Topic: How can social policy and social programs combat poverty?
Topic: Who cares?: Unpacking the teacher-student relationship with an ethic of care
Topic: How did the Cuban Revolution impact Florida?
Topic: What are the current issues and crises in Christianity?
Date: Wed. 10/31/2018
Time: 3:30 pm - 4:45 pm
Course: REL 3500 History of Christianity
Instructor: Dr. William Ditewig
Topic: What are appropriate engineering and policy strategies to address global air pollution problems?
Past Global Scholars Circuit Sessions
Topic: What are the ethical considerations when addressing global health challenges?
Course: HSC 4624 Foundations of Global Health
Instructor: Sam Matos
Fall 2017Topic: What is the role of media in a public debate?
Course: PUR 4401 Public Relations: Issues, Practices and Problems
Instructor: Katya Komarova
Course: ANT 3610 Linguistic Anthropology *view course flyer
Instructor: Dr. Tara DeubelTopic: Theatre and the Plague: How does Artaud's theatre of cruelty help us to grasp global issues? Topic: How do students from different cultures and linguistic backgrounds see and understand the world?
Course: EDF 3604 Schools and Society
Instructor: Dr. Alisha Brown
Spring 2017Topic: Are Disney movies good for kids? Topic: Interdisciplinary studies and consilience Topic: Risk perception and risk communication Topic: Epidemiology
Course: PHC 4101 Overview of Public Health Programs & Policies
Instructor: Dr. Alison Oberne