Past Events: 2012


March 20, 2012


2Tuesday Global Spotlight Series
Brazil under Lula and the PT

by David Samuels, Professor, Political Science

Professor David Samuels explored changes in Brazilian society after ten years of PT government—economic, social, and political—with a focus on the growth and expansion of the Workers' Party.


April 10, 2012


2Tuesday Global Spotlight Series
"There is a time they call adolescence..." Supporting Healthy Youth Development in Rural Honduras: A Community Perspective

by Martha Kubik, Associate Professor, School of Nursing

Honduras is among the poorest countries in the western hemisphere. With a large population of young people, many who are poor and live in rural areas, youth wellbeing is closely linked to population health and economic stability. However, attention to the  needs of young people has been lacking, particularly in rural areas. Dr. Martha Kubik, a professor in the School of Nursing and director of the school’s international programming, discussed the results of a comprehensive youth-focused formative assessment conducted in 2010-2011 that engaged parents, youth, and local community leaders from seven villages in a rural municipality of western Honduras. This work was done as part of an ongoing collaboration with local partner, Asociacion Hombro a Hombro, with the support of the Honduran Ministry of Health.


May 8, 2012


2Tuesday Global Spotlight Series
International Perspectives on Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Health in Urban Settings

by Eli Coleman, Professor and Director, Program in Human Sexuality, Family Medicine and Community Health

A universal phenomenon is flight from rural to urban settings for Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual (GLB) persons. The factors for this flight will be described as well as the opportunities and risks associated with this phenomenon.

Past Events