World Affairs Conference
HAMMOND | A Nobel Peace Prize-winner told about 300 students that climate changes pose fundamental threats to people, places, land, sea and various species.
HAMMOND | More than 300 high school students attended a World Affairs Conference at Purdue University Calumet in Hammond to discuss whether world peace is possible and why they should care.
High school students listen to Purdue University Calumet political science professor Richard Rupp speak Tuesday at the World Affairs Conference at Purdue University Calumet. The group analyzed the conflict in Syria and debated the best time for the international community to intervene.
Purdue University Calumet political science professor Richard Rupp speaks Tuesday at the World Affairs Conference in Hammond. Rupp and colleague Meg Rincker discussed the roles the United States and United Nations play in managing global armed conflicts.
Purdue University Calumet political science professor Meg Rincker speaks Tuesday at the World Affairs Conference in Hammond. The daylong conference was sponsored by Rotary International District 6540.
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