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Interdependence and the Environment University of Scranton, Brennan Hall

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Interdependence and the Environment

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Interdependence Day and the Environment

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Interdependence and the Environment

Scranton: The Greater Scranton Area Interdependence Day Committee chosen a very hot topic for their annual Interdependence Day Celebration.  The theme for this year’s event was Interdependence and the Environment:  Climate Change: “What can We Do.”  A panel discussion took place.

Photo: Pictured Seated  Left to sight: Jake Finnerty, Student. Scranton High; Sondra Myers, Co-founder of Interdependence Day; Robert Rade Jr, Senior Biology Major Royal Scholars Honors Program, University of Scranton;   Standing left to right: Jessica Nolan, PHD, Associate of Psychology and Director of Environment Studies Concentration; Gus Fahey, President and CEO, Heritage Valley Partners;  Valarie Titus, PHD, Professor and Wildlife Ecologist Keystone College and Gary Drapek, President and CEO, United Way of Lackawanna and Wayne Counties.

 

Interdependence and the Environment

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Planning 2019 Interdependence Day

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The Greater Scranton Interdependence Committee and The United Way of Lackawanna and Wayne Counties will sponsor a talk on “Interdependence and the Environment ” Climate Change: What Can We Do? a panel discussion Thursday, September 12, 2019 at the The Rose Room at the University of Scranton from 5:30 PM. to 7:30 PM.

Photo: Pictured from Left of right Allan Mazzie, Committee members, Kathryn Holod, Chairman, Annette Palutis, Committee Member and Sondra Myers, Co-found of Interdependence Day.

Interdependence Day 2018 Civic Activism

•April 29, 2019 • Leave a Comment

Interdependence and Civic Activism Panel Discussion held at the University of Scranton

Scranton: The Greater Scranton Interdependence Committee and The United Way of Lackawanna and Wayne Counties hosted the 2018 Interdependence Day panel discussion “Interdependence and Civic Activism”

Civic activism is linked to interdependence because it brings together people of all ages, faiths and political leaning to advocate for the public good.

The panel included: Anis Adnani, Alegrian heritage, medical student, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, Sahar Al-Masri, Kuwaiti born Initiator of Diversity Programs; Lizzy Barrett, Student Scranton High School and Rosalie Hurme, Australian born Civic Activist.

Interdependence Day was cofounded by the late political theorist, Benjamin Barber and Sondra Myers, Senior Fellow for International Civic and Cultural projects at the University of Scranton.

Photo: Front Left to right: Anis Adnani, Alegrian heritage, medical student, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, Sahar Al-Masri, Kuwaiti born Initiator of Diversity Programs; Lizzy Barrett, Student Scranton High School and Rosalie Hurme, Australian born Civic Activist.

Back: Gary Drapek, Moderator, President and CEO United Way
Kate Holod, Interdependence Day, Chairperson
Ide Castro, Emcee, Vice President for Community Engagement, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine
Sondra Myers, Interdependence Day cofounder and Senior Fellow for International Civic and Cultural projects at the University of Scranton.

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