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In her presentation, titled, “Alleviating the access abyss in palliative care and pain relief: an imperative of universal health coverage,” she advocates for better palliative care in developing countries.
Cecelia Cornejo, Instructor in Cinema and Media Studies, is one of just two inaugural recipients of the 2020 McKnight Fellowship for Community-Engaged Artists. Funded by a grant from the McKnight Foundation and administered by the Pillsbury House Theatre, this fellowship provides a generous stipend, public recognition, professional development, one-on-one mentorship, and participation in a public discussion about artistic practices that engage relationships aimed at producing social transformation. In work such as her documentary Ways of Being Home and her multidisciplinary, multi-media project The Wandering House, Prof. Cornejo examines notions of belonging and the immigrant experience while exploring the traces of historical trauma on people and places.
In his presentation, titled, “What Makes a Great Education? Knowledge and Skills in the 21st Century,” he emphasizes the importance of cultivating creativity in our educational system.
The new exhibit at Carleton College’s Perlman Teaching Museum is open now and runs through April 26, 2020.
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation awards partnership grant to Carleton College Summer Liberal Arts Institute
This partnership will advance the two organizations’ shared goals of enabling talented high school students to attend summer programs in the liberal arts.
She will discuss the 2020 presidential election, with particular focuses on economic policy and gender politics.