Spring 2012 Event Series

The Global Interdisciplinary Programs (GIP), the Film and Media Studies Program, and the Global Affairs Program are proud to present:


Each spring, the GIP select a topic of international significance and campus appeal, and assemble a program of guest speakers and film screenings to highlight the issue for our undergraduate students. This year, we are excited to promote a schedule that is more engaging and student-centered than in years past.

The schedule of events is provided below. Details for each event can be found through the links in the box on the right side of this page.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

  • Film Screening: "How to Start a Revolution"
    Johnson Center Cinema

Thursday, April 12, 2012

  • “Youth, Social Media & Political Protest”
    Discussion with Dr. Adel Iskandar, Georgetown University and Dr. Alexander Sokolowski, USAID
    Johnson Center Cinema
  • "Successful Outreach Campaigns"
    Workshop with Isabelle Katz of PROJECT FUTURES global and The Somaly Mam Foundation
    Johnson Center Room 240A (Paul Robeson Room)
  • Film Festival & Protest Wall
    Johnson Center Dewberry Lobby