Skills, Resources, Requirements: Schedule of Activities for All Selected 2019 CPGC Fellows
All selected CPGC Fellows must attend the events listed on April 7, April 14, and April 25.
Building on insights in social change theory and practice along with suggestions from community partners, students, and faculty, CPGC Fellowships begin with a grounding in understanding identity and ethical action in the context of off-campus justice work.
All selected CPGC Fellows must attend the events listed on April 7, April 14, and April 25. Different cohorts (e.g. those taking part in international internships, Philadelphia-based internships, global-health connected internships, etc.) will receive information from your Fellowship advisor about special training and support for your cohort.
For All Fellows:
2019 CPGC Fellowships Opening Retreat
Recognition, Cohort Development, Self-Care, Representation, and Ethical Action
Sunday, April 7, 1-7:00 p.m., Friends Center (Center City Philadelphia)
Critical Global Citizenship Plenary: Personal Identity in Local and Global Civic Work, featuring Dr. Timothy K. Eatman & Dr. Arancha Garcia del Soto
Dr. Timothy Eatman is the Inaugural Dean of the Honors Living Learning Community and Associate Professor of Urban Education at Rutgers University, and Dr. Arancha García del Soto is an expert in international migration, mental health, and ethnopolitical conflict.
Sun, April 14, 6-7:30 p.m., Stokes Auditorium
Applied, Community-Engaged Research for Peace & Global Citizenship
Seniors share new knowledge and insights for social action, applied disciplinary study, experiential learning, and CPGC-supported research funding through theses that explore a range of themes.
April 25, 7:00 p.m., Stokes Auditorium
For Some Fellows:
Travel Health - for Fellowships Abroad
Susan Spinello, CRNP, MSN, Associate Director, PENN Travel Medicine
Wednesday, April 3, 7:00 p.m., Stokes 102
Philly Orientation Program (POP!) - for Philadelphia Fellows
Begins with dinner Sunday, May 19; Excursions all day May 20-24, 2019; Fellows are housed on campus; food and transit expenses are provided.
Global Health ELSI - for Public Health Fellowships Abroad
May 19-24, led by Anna West, Assistant Professor and Director of Health Studies. Fellows are housed on campus and will attend program activities.