Joint Area Studies Educator Workshop on Global Environmental Concerns

Join KU International Area Studies Centers for a day of education, activities, and curriculum development featuring lectures on environmental issues from around the world. This opportunity is FREE for educators. The afternoon activities will include: Using Art in conversations about global environmental concerns with the Spencer Museum of Art, and How to use the panorama at the Natural History Museum to teach about a wide range of environmental topics from water to climate change.
April 06, 2013
09:00 am - 04:00 pm
Spooner Hall
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