Teaching International to present Global Responsibility workshop

Penn State Greater Allegheny’s Teaching International program will present Global Responsibility and Access to Water at 12:15 p.m. on Thursday, April 18, in 103 Ostermayer Lab.

The program will be presented by Sarah Clark Miller, associate professor of philosophy and associate director of the Rock Ethics Institute at Penn State. Her first book, "The Ethics of Need: Agency, Diginity, and Obligation," appeared with Routledge in 2012.

Each year, Penn State Greater Allegheny’s Teaching International Program, strongly committed to the University's internationalization initiatives, has adopted a country or region of the world as a common focus to inspire teaching and scholarship. This year's focus is on the Celtic Nations. More than 20 faculty and staff members are cooperating to explore and reflect on various aspects of the history, culture, and economic, social and political reality of this region. Course lectures, student research projects, public debates, service learning activities, theater productions, films, and guest lectures will help students, faculty, and guests to learn about this area of the world. The theme for the 2012-13 academic year is water.
 

Last Updated April 17, 2013