April 11, 2011
College of Human Ecology hosts Understanding World Religions
The College of Human Ecology's Diversity and Internationalization Committee is presenting the International Week 2011 program Understanding World Religions. Discussions on Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism will be presented. Each session will be from noon to 1 p.m. in 349 Justin Hall. All discussions are free and open to the public. They include:
• Islam, Tuesday, April 12, with Farid Al-Salim, assistant professor of history.
• Buddhism, Thursday, April 14, with Christina Hauck, associate professor of English
and adviser to the K-State Buddhist Student Association.
• Hinduism, Friday, April 15, with Koushik Adhikari, assistant professor or human nutrition.
Please bring your own lunch and listen to these presenters share information on their religion. For more information, please contact Junehee Kwon, chair of the Diversity and Internationalization Committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org.