The CSJ Center for Reconciliation and Justice in collaboration with Global-Local Affairs presents a session featuring the evolution of student participation in international education at LMU, including Alternative Breaks and global immersions. It will highlight how several faculty and staff have intentionally engaged in efforts to promote student diversity in experiences abroad, and encourage students to explore other cultures, while also reflecting back on their own communities through a new lens. The main portion of the session features alumni who participated in these programs who offer reflections and lessons learned for their formation as people with and for others.

Isaac Cardenas '20 MA ‘25, Center for the Study of Los Angeles Student Participant

Megan Castillo '19, Global Immersions Student Participant 

Deanna Cooke, Director Engaged Learning and Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology, Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, LMU

Jorge Cortes, Research Coordinator, Center for the Study of Los Angeles, LMU

Patrick Furlong, Director, Pam Rector Center for Service and Action, LMU

Carlos Rodriguez '11, Alternative Break Student Participant 


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