Community Week for the Social & Behavioral Sciences & Human Services Department begins on Monday, March 26. This is an opportunity to meet students and faculty as they discuss some of the amazing programs and career opportunities that we have in the Social & Behavioral Sciences & Human Services Department.
Community Week – Model UN Student Presentations
On March 27, Model United Nations students will be discussing our award-winning MUN program. The MUN team is an academic travel team that competes at domestic and international conferences. These include conferences in Gainesville, Washington DC, New York City, as well as international conferences. MUN students engage in research, make presentations, and learn key collaboration skills that are highly sought after by employers.
As a special treat, SPC MUN students will be on hand to discuss their personal experiences with the program.
Savannah Strandlof, who participated at NMUN NY 2017, will be at the Seminole Campus. Michael Sporck, who participated at NMUN Galapagos 2018, will be at SPC Downtown. Both award-winning students will discuss what it takes to make the team and the amazing experiences that they had. From learning about global issues and improving key academic skills to making lifelong friends, this an excellent opportunity to enhance your resume.
Free food and beverages will be provided!
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A Night of Conversation: Major Issues & Career Opportunities
Faculty from the Social & Behavioral Sciences & Human Services Department will be discussing major domestic and international issues from a variety of perspectives. These include race relations, inequality, gun violence, immigration, incarceration and international conflict. In addition, faculty will also be discussing career opportunities within their respective disciplines. They will provide key advice and discuss some of the emerging trends and career paths of which students should be keenly aware.
- Dr. Bledar Prifti: Political Science
- Professor Sara Brzezinski: Psychology
- Professor Brian Turnbull: Political Science
- Professor Boris Damianov: SLS
- Professor Cynthia Fox: History & SLS
The panel will be moderated by Dr. Douglas Rivero, Chair of Social & Behavioral Sciences at the Seminole Campus. The vent begins at 7 p.m. in the Seminole Digitorium.
Come ask any and all questions!