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December 20, 2018 at 2:55 pm

Wealth and Poverty | Spring 2019 Kicks Off with Week on Immigrants

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The Wealth and Poverty theme presents the following events for Spring 2019. All events are free and open to the public.

Wealth and Poverty Week on Immigrants

Wealth and Poverty Week on Immigrants

Immigration is a significant political issue across the world. An estimated 258 million people worldwide live in a country other than their country of birth. Nearly 50 million now live in the United States.

The Wealth and Poverty Week on Immigrants brings the Ohio University community together to discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by global migration flows both here and abroad.

Wealth and Poverty Public Lecture

  • Wednesday, Feb. 20 – Brian Alexander (author of Glass House) “Glass House: Anchor Hocking and Lancaster, OH,” 3-4 p.m., Walter Hall Rotunda – cosponsored by College of Arts & Sciences, Appalachian Rural Health Institute, Geography, Political Science, and Social and Public Health | Watch on A&S TV.

Wealth and Poverty Outreach

Wealth and Poverty Faculty Research Talks

Please email Yeong Kim at kimy1@ohio.edu with any questions or comments.

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