International Center hosts dialogue series through Aug. 31
Posted July 24, 2006; 02:15 p.m.
The International Center is hosting a series of lunch discussions at
noon on Thursdays through Aug. 31 in 243 Frist Campus Center.
The discussion series is open to Princeton faculty, students and staff members. The dates and topics are as follows:
- July 27: "How Health Happens: A Cross-cultural Discussion on Health and Wellness," moderated by Brian Zack, a former University Health Services physician.
- Aug. 3: "Cross-cultural Perspectives on Stress Management," moderated by Shefalika Gandhi, a senior clinical social worker with University Health Services.
- Aug. 10: "Experiences With Religion: Positive and/or Negative," moderated by Thomas Breidenthal, dean of religious life.
- Aug. 17: "Does Cultural Difference Affect Meaningful Relationships?"
- Aug. 24: "What Does Coming to Princeton Mean to Me?"
- Aug. 31: "Welcome New Arrivals! Come and Learn About Princeton."
The talks are co-sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for
Campus Life, the Office of Religious Life and the Pace Center.
For more information, visit the International Center Web site or call (609) 258-5006.