The Institute for Global Engagement (IGE) promotes a globally engaged university through collaborations and partnerships that connect the classroom to the world. Its Distinguished Speaker Series and Special Events feature prominent speakers and Global Honors students who expand knowledge and understanding of the world through their global work and travel. We welcome our campus and community; if you would like to attend, please email Paul Carrington (firstname.lastname@example.org) or register via the links below (when provided).
Global Honors students participating in the IGE Student Engagement Program (SEP) should note that attendance at the events listed here may typically count toward the guest speaker component of the SEP award.
Please note, special lectures that feature as part of a Global Honors course only have strictly limited spaces available - attendance at these is only available via advance registration.
PLEASE REGISTER FOR "PLACE, POWER, MEDIA" AT https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/wheela/344034
John Wolfe poster main photo: Image CC-licensed via Flickr by Clemens Vickers
The 2017 Global Honors Colloquium: 9.00am-5.00pm, Thursday May 18, Carwein Auditorium (KEY 102).
Brazil, Culture and Politics
Wednesday, February 15, 12.30-1.20pm, CP 325
The Institute for Global Engagement (IGE), in collaboration with the UW Center for Brazilian Studies, is pleased to welcome Sociology Professor Gilmar Santana of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte in Brazil for this special guest lecture.
The lecture will be hosted by SIAS & Global Honors Senior Lecturer Margaret Griesse, and UW Jackson School of International Studies Professor Jonathan Warren. Professor Santana will lecture on "Brazil, culture and politics". He is knowledgeable about the theater of the oppressed and has done research on Brazilian film and music as it relates to politics.
A copy of this schedule is available for download here.