GSN Participants

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2007-2013 GSN Study-eBroad Sessions

Fall 2013

Session #1 - Responding To Natural Disasters

Session #2 - Humanitarian Response In Conflict Settings

Spring 2012

Session #1 - Gender, Economics & Sustainable Development

Session #2 - Gender, Violence & Peacebuilding

Fall 2011

Session #1 - The Plight of Refugees

Session #2 - The New Reality in the Middle East

Spring 2011

Session #1 - Water

  • Ruth McDermott-Levy (Nursing) Nursing and Health Promotion
  • Jordan Ermilio (Engineering) Engineering and International Development

Session #2 - Food Security

  • Richard Lohkamp (Theology/Religious Studies) Christian Theology: An Introduction
  • Suzanne Toton (Theology/Religious Studies) The Option for the Poor
  • Kathryn Getek (Ethics) Ethical Traditions & Contemporary Life

Session #3 - Migration

  • Margaret Kowalsky (Theology/Religious Studies) International Organizations & Social Justice

Fall 2010

Session #1 - Economic Justice & Fair Trade

  • Kathryn Getek (Ethics) Ethical Traditions & Contemporary Life
  • Cheryl Carleton (Economics & Statistics) Introduction to Microeconomics
  • Kishor Thanawala (Economics) Economics of Underdeveloped Areas Richard
  • Lohhkamp (Theology/Religious Studies) Christian Theology: An Introduction
  • Suzanne Clain (Economics & Statistics) Introduction to Microeconomics

Session #2 - Peacebuilding

  • Thomas Mogan (History) Themes in Modern World History
  • Suzanne Toton (Theology/Religious Studies) Global Poverty & Justice
  • Joyce Zavarich (Theology/Religious Studies) Violence & Justice
  • Timothy Horner (Peace & Justice) The Dilemma of Genocide
  • Margaret Kowalsky (Theology/Religious Studies) International Organizations & Social Justice 

Spring 2010

Session #1 - Human Trafficking

  • Jesse Couenhoven (Ethics) Ethical Traditions & Contemporary Life
  • Bernard G. Prusak (Augustine & Cultural Studies) Modernity & Its Discontents
  • Kathryn Getek (Ethics) Ethical Traditions & Contemporary Life
  • Suzanne Toton (Theology/Religious Studies) The Option for the Poor
  • Ruth McDermott-Levy (Nursing) Nursing & Health Promotion

Session #2 - Food Security

  • Richard Lohkamp (Theology/Religious Studies) Christian Theology: An Introduction
  • Kishor Thanawala (Economics) Introduction to Global Studies

Session #3 - Refugees & Displaced Persons

  • Timothy Horner (Peace & Justice)  The Dilemma of Genocide
  • Margaret Kowalsky (Theology/Religious Studies) International Organizations & Social Justice
  • Catherine Warrick (Political Science)  Third World Politics
  • John Hoeffner (Honors) Perspectives on Migration

Fall 2009

Session #1: International Development 101

  • Suzanne Toton (Theology/Religious Studies) Global Poverty and Justice
  • Kishor Thanawala and Brett Wilmot (Economics, Ethics) Globalization and Ethical Perspectives
  • Richard Lohkamp (Theology/Religious Studies) Christian Theology: An Introduction

Session #2 - Human Trafficking

  • Cheryl Carleton (Economics) Micro-Economics
  • Timothy Horner (Peace & Justice) The Dilemma of Genocide
  • Suzanne Clain (Economics) Introduction to Micro-economics
  • Kathryn Getek (Ethics) Ethical Traditions and Contemporary Life
  • Thomas Mogan (History)  Themes in Modern World History

Spring 2009

Session #1: Peace in Israel and Palestine

  • Timothy Horner (Augustine and Cultural Studies) Modernity and its Discontents
  • Jesse Couenhoven (Ethics) Ethical Traditions and Contemporary Life
  • Silvia Nagy-Zekmi (Modern Languages) Introduction to Cultural Studies
  • Ruth McDermott-Levy (Nursing) Global Health
  • Shams Inati (Theology/Religious Studies) Introduction to Islam
  • Richard Lohkamp (Theology/Religious Studies) Christian Theology: An Introduction
  • Joyce Zavarich (Theology/Religious Studies) Violence and Justice

Session #2- Peace in Israel and Palestine

  • James Murdoch (Augustine and Cultural Studies) Modernity and its Discontents
  • Thomas Mogan (History) Themes in Modern World History
  • William Werpehowski (Theology/Religious Studies) Peacemakers and Peacemaking
  • Margaret Kowalsky (Theology/Religious Studies) International Organizations and Social Justice
  • Suzanne Toton (Theology/Reliigous Studies) Ethics in the 21st Century: Global Poverty Graduate Seminar
  • Special Session on Food Security: Suzanne Toton (Theology/Religious Studies) Ethics in the 21st Century: Global Poverty Graduate Seminar

Fall 2008

Session #1: Peacebuilding in Africa

  • Silvia Nagy-Zekmi (Modern Languages), Elizabeth Kolsky (History) Post Colonial, Theory Graduate Seminar
  • Joyce Zavarich (Theology/Religious Studies, Peace and Justice) Beyond Forgiveness
  • Thomas Mogan (History) Themes in Modern World History 
  • Suzanne Toton (Theology/Religious Studies) Global Poverty and Justice

Session #2: Migration

  • Ruth McDermott-Levy (Nursing), Special session for Omani Nursing Students
  • Thomas Mogan (History) Contemporary Latin America History
  • Kathryn Getek (Ethics) Ethical Traditions and Contemporary Life

 Spring 2008

Session #1 - Food Security

  • Ronald Hill (Marketing) Marketing and Society
  • A.Maria Toyoda (Political Science) Growth, Poverty and Aid
  • Thomas Mogan (History) Themes in Modern History
  • James Klingler (Management) Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship
  • James Klingler (Management) Leadership in Nonprofits
  • Suzanne Toton (Theology/Religious Studies and Kishor Thanawala), (Economics) Global Poverty: Economics and Theology in Conversation
  • Suzanne Toton (Theology/Religious Studies) The Option for the Poor

Session #2 - Food Security

  • Jordan Ermilio (Engineering) Engineering and International Development
  • Mark Graham (Theology/Religious Studies) Christian Environmental Ethics
  • Mark Graham (Theology/Religious Studies) Christian Ethics Graduate Seminar
  • Cheryl Asher (Economics), Micro-Principles
  • Ruth McDermott-Levy (Nursing), Nursing and Health Promotion

 Fall 2007 - Migration

  • Joseph Betz (Philosophy) Philosophy of Criminal Justice
  • Jordan Ermilio James O'Brien (Engineering) Engineering and Humanistic Content
  • Thomas Mogan (History) Contemporary Latin American History
  • Satya Pattnayak (Sociology) Modernization and Development
  • Kenneth Taylor (Economics) Alternative Economic Systems
  • Suzanne Toton (Theology/Religious Studies) The Option for the Poor

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