Hays Seminar – La llegada de los 16 participantes junio 2017


The construction of Chilean Identity: Reforms in Education and in Socioeconomic and Political Context.

Sixteen Hays Seminar participants arrived in Santiago for a month´s stay to learn about Chilean Identity.
Jo Bond, Assistant Prof of English, Tuskegee University
Alicia Cook, Senior Academic Officer, Colorado State Univ
Jennifer Duncan, Academic Program Director,Glendale Community College
Paul Edleman, Prof. Political Sc & Communication, Sauk Valley Com. College
David Faught, Assoc. Professor of Spanish, Angelo State University
Jennifer Flamboe, Assoc. Of Spanish & Program Director, Alverno College
Chevelle Hall, Associate Professor, Bethume Cookman University
Lauren Johnson,Assist Prof.& Cordinator of Diversity, Univ. of North Georgia
Su-Mi Lee, Assistant Prof, University of Hawaii at Hilo
Michael Miller, Prof.& Chief Librarian. Bronx Community College
Max Montesino, Associate Prof., Indiana Univ.- Purdue Univ. Fort Wayne
Micaela Rubalcava, Full time Professor,Truckee Meadows Com. College
Carol Schmid, Prof of Sociology, Guilford Technical Community College
Vivian Shannon-Ramsey,Adjunct Faculty, Salisbury University
MichelleTovar, AssociateDirectorEduc &.SpanishOutreach, Holocaust Museum
Linda Wang, Associate Prof. of Geography, Univ of South Carolina Aiken


The group landed very early in the morning and after cheking in at the hotel, went for a quick bite and welcome reception at Fulbright Commission, in Providencia. A full agenda of activities awaits them. There will be presentations on different subjects: political, economical, social and historical, issues, as well as international relations, education and culture, among others . Field trips to different northern and southern sites are also in the agenda as well as tours of the main Chilean cities accross the country.

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