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Global Voices in Education

Hindi Service Learning

In this new speaker series, SAP, in collaboration with the Southeast Asia Program and the Education minor, presents the global perspectives of Cornell faculty engaged in international service learning, refugee students at local community colleges, school teachers teaching about global migration, and many others, this series will prepare future teachers to engage students in international issues and to help them become global citizens.

All lectures will be held in the Plant Sciences Building Room 143, on Wednesdays from 4:30 to 6:00. Light refreshments will be provided. The schedule is as follows: 


8/30 “Fostering Youth Voices Supporting Human Rights and Global Citizenship”

Gertrude Noden

Former Teacher, Founder of Words into Deeds


9/13 “Ethnographic Encounters: Using Anthropological Methods for Intercultural Learning”

Hayden Kantor

Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Anthropology


9/13 “Teaching Hindi Through Service Learning”

Sujata Singh

Senior Lecturer of Hindi, Cornell University


9/27 “Teaching with Objects: Global Education at the Johnson Museum”

Carol Hockett

Coordinator of School and Family Programs at the Herbert Johnson Museum of Art


9/27 "Education Trumps Politics: Teaching at a Muslim Theological University Overseas During the 2016 Election"

Alexandra Hartley

Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (2015-2016), University of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina


10/11 “The struggle for an Education; Teaching Malala and Pennies for Peace”

 Wendy Wright

SPED Teacher grades 3 & 4, Lansing Elementary School


10/25 Student Mobility, Cultural Exchange, and Neoliberal Education

 Susan Thomas

Assistant Professor, Cultural Foundations of Education, Syracuse University


11/8 “Promoting Teacher Candidates' Global Perspectives”

Lin Lin

Associate Professor of Social Studies Education, Department of Childhood and Early Childhood Education, School of Education, SUNY at Cortland 


11/8 “Fostering Connection through Resources on Intercultural Education”

 Annalisa Ramer

Faculty, Education Minor, CALS

Director, Community Learning and Service Partnership, CLASP


11/29 “Cultural Education and Advocacy on the Cornell campus: the Asian & Asian American Center (AC3)”

Sophie Sidhu

Associate Dean of Students, Director Asian & Asian American Center (A3C), Cornell University