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2016-17 Glavin Global Fellows Year-in-Review

first-year-seminar.jpgWe kicked off the first GGF Living Learning Community for first-year students.  Sixteen students participated in the GGF LLC, had their First-Year Seminar together and lived in a shared space in Park Manor West.



first-year-seminar.jpgFour Glavin Global Fellows participated in an International Business Case Competition at Northeastern University in the Fall.





un- luncheon.jpgA large group of Glavin Global Fellows joined the United Nations in celebrating their 70th anniversary at a luncheon in Boston





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We learned Bangra dancing from Anjali Wali, Associate Director of Friends and Family, to let off some stress during winter finals.




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We sent three students to the Third Culture Kid/Global Nomad conference at Clark University.





boston-college-colloquium.jpgWe attended a Boston College Colloquium to hear Mary Robinson, Ireland's former President, speak about making human rights the compass for all ethical globalization.  A special focus was placed on climate justice and its impact on a global scale.



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Four Glavin Global Fellows participated in an International Business Case Competition at the University of  St. Louis in the spring.  The team won 2nd prize!





We sent students to The Netherlands,Costa Rica, South Africa, independent-research-project.jpgChile and Greece this year to embark on independent research projects and language learning endeavors.  All the Glavin Global
Fellows projects are highlighted 
here.






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The GGF grantees showcased their projects at the End-of-the-Year event in the Glavin Chapel.





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Twelve graduating seniors earned their Glavin Global Fellows certificates for completing the curricular and co-curricular requirements of the program.  We had a graduate luncheon and they will wear the GGF cords at commencement.


Blogs

  • Costa Rica — Lauren Garey (Class of 2012)
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  • View the blog​ created by Babson students in Professor Rademacher's Spanish Film, Culture, and Conversation class (Span 3600, Spring 2014). In these pages, they explore notable and popular films such as El laberinto del fauno, El secreto de sus ojos, Volver, Amores perros, and others.