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Haiti: One Year After the Earthquake

4:30 pm

The College of Arts and Sciences and the Center for the Humanities will present the UM faculty panel discussion “Haiti: One Year After the Earthquake” on Wednesday, January 26 at 4:30 at the CAS Gallery on the Coral Gables campus, 1210 Stanford Drive. Panelists will discuss the impact of the 2010 earthquake and the local, national, and international efforts launched to support Haiti in the past year, as well as what can be done to help in the future.

UM panelists will include Ariel Armony, Weeks Professor in Latin American Studies, professor of international studies, and director of the Center for Latin American Studies; Sanjeev Chatterjee, executive director of the Knight Center for International Media, professor of electronic media, broadcast journalism and media management, and vice dean of the School of Communication; Louis Herns Marcelin, assistant professor of anthropology; MarieGuerda Nicolas, associate professor of educational and psychological studies at the School of Education; and Kate Ramsey, assistant professor of history. The event is free and open to the public.

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