Friday, September 16, 2011

AtnMyStudents: International Scholar to Discuss African Americans Abroad @ NSU

Just got this email that I thought I'd share here.

"Dr. LaNitra Berger of George Mason University will make a presentation on Monday, September 19 entitled: Beyond Their Borders: African American Artists and Study Abroad. This presentation will focus in part on the Harlem Renaissance and its global connections.

Dr. Berger is director of fellowships in the Honors College at George Mason University, where she also teaches in the Honors College. She previously served as director of leadership and international programs at the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education (NAFEO), where she promoted study abroad and campus internationalization on minority-serving institution campuses. She received her PhD in art history from Duke University and a bachelor’s degree in art history and international relations from Stanford University; and she has studied and lived abroad in Paris, Berlin, and Cape Town.

The event will take place in the University Archives at 12 p.m. Dr. Berger will also be on hand to discuss international opportunities for students.
Sponsored by NSU International Programs and Roberts Center for African Diaspora Studies"

Please seriously consider travel/study abroad.  It can be a life changing experience -- for the good.

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