Global Awareness Week Programs

Sinclair presents Global Awareness Week, November 13–16, with a line-up of excellent programming to broaden horizons, including guest speakers, film presentations and more. See below for calendar of the week's events.

Global Awareness Week
Sustainability: People, Places and Purposes

Tuesday, November 13
11 a.m.
—French Africa, Presented by Bahar Hartmann
Building 14, Room 14130
Noon—African Art Exhibit Tour, Presented by Dr. Sally Struthers
Building 7, Lower Level
This permanent exhibit, consisting of 29 pieces of West African art, was donated to the college in 1979 by Mr. and Mrs. Peter Capone. The work was installed in its current location in the Library in 2007.
6 p.m.—Film Presentation: Flow—How Did a Handful of Corporations Steal Our Water?
Sinclair Conference Center, Building 12, Frederick Smith Auditorium

Wednesday, November 14
10 a.m.
—Introducing the Global Scholars Program, Presented by Kathy Rowell and Tom Martin
Building 7, Lower Level, Room 7L21 (under the Library stairs)
Noon—Greece
Building 8, Lower Level, Ponnie Kendall Student Activities Center
6 p.m.—Guest Speaker: Rana Odeh, Wright State University
Sinclair Conference Center, Building 12, Frederick Smith Auditorium

Thursday, November 15
11 a.m.
—Geo Bowl
Building 14, Room 14130
2 p.m.—Guest Speaker: Dr. C.J. Kim, University of Cincinnati
Building 14, Room 14130
6 p.m.—Film Presentation: The Linguist
Sinclair Conference Center, Building 12, Frederick Smith Auditorium

Friday, November 16
Noon
—Cuba Today, Presented by Laurel Mayer
Building 2, Room 2334, Green Room