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2023 Film Series: Human Dimensions Of Climate Change, Jennifer L. Bonnet, Cindy Isenhour Mar 2023

2023 Film Series: Human Dimensions Of Climate Change, Jennifer L. Bonnet, Cindy Isenhour

Library Staff Publications

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2022 Film Series: Human Dimensions Of Climate Change, Jennifer L. Bonnet, Cindy Isenhour Mar 2022

2022 Film Series: Human Dimensions Of Climate Change, Jennifer L. Bonnet, Cindy Isenhour

Library Staff Publications

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Going Beyond Cookie Cutter Outreach: A Climate Change Film Series And Dialogue, Jennifer Bonnet, Cindy Isenhour Oct 2019

Going Beyond Cookie Cutter Outreach: A Climate Change Film Series And Dialogue, Jennifer Bonnet, Cindy Isenhour

Library Staff Publications

In the fall of 2013, the University of Maine approved a new major, the Human Dimensions of Climate Change. Coursework aimed to address critical interdisciplinary concerns about human impacts on the environment. To provide a cocurricular opportunity for students to explore this topic, which was also relevant to larger community interests and campus research agendas, an anthropology professor and her liaison librarian partnered to create the Human Dimensions of Climate Change Film Series + Dialogue. This series is now in its sixth iteration.


Faraway Flix: Connecting To International Students Through Film, Laura Bohuski Jan 2019

Faraway Flix: Connecting To International Students Through Film, Laura Bohuski

DLTS Faculty Publications

WKU has, at any given time, about 20,000 students enrolled in university programs across four campuses. WKU is a campus that is actively engaged in making international connections, so much so that its current vision statement asserts that WKU is “a leading American university with international reach.”1 Western’s drive to establish and maintain international connections has been successful: of the 20,000 students currently attending WKU, 1,300 are international students from 70 seventy different countries.2 With such a diverse student population, many of the departments at Western are actively engaged in developing programs to help connect our extensive international population with …