|When:||February 19, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM - Add to Calendar|
|Where:||Walb Student Union Ballroom|
|Filed Under:||Current Students , Home , All Events at IPFW , Faculty & Staff , PR , Arts & Sciences , Diversity and International Events , Alumni & Friends|
Given the increased immigration from non-Western European countries in recent decades, how have American values and the American experience influenced and formed recent immigrant experience and practice, and how have the new immigrants re-shaped American identity and what it means to be an American?
Join our open dialogue with a diverse panel from local immigrant communities while we explore what it means to be an American in this new millennium. There will be time set aside for Q&A.
Moderator, L. Michael Spath, Religious Studies, IPFW
A University Community Conversation event.
Sponsored by the IPFW College of Arts and Sciences.