The UNIV 4000 course introduces the GSW students to the contemporary culture of a selected country through a service project with the people of the country. This spring semester the class traveled to Peru and was taught by Nedialka Iordanova, Ph.D., Tonia Hughes, and Chadwick Gugg, Ph.D., and was done in collaboration with the Fuller Center for Housing.
On Monday, April 7, the students from University 4000 will be giving presentations on their research beginning at 4:00 p.m. in the new nursing building’s main auditorium.
Following the presentations, there will be a reception for this event as well as the opening of the “Ethics in International Photography” gallery exhibition in the lobby of the Fine Arts Building. Peruvian food, interesting topics, beautiful photos, and other festivities.
The exhibition will be held in the Fine Arts Building gallery from Monday, April 7th through May 9th.