The Washburn Review

Brown Bag lecture – diversity management in Africa

Yue Li

September 28, 2019

Norma Juma, professor of strategic management, gave a lecture about diversity management in Africa at the International House Sept. 25. Washburn students, faculty and auditors attended this lecture.Juma first showed pictures ...

Ibanez discusses “the reputation game” in Nicaragua

March 22, 2019

As part of her NSF-funded dissertation research, Assistant Professor Lindsey Ibanez, sociology, traveled to Nicaragua to study the job search patterns and context of the people there. Ibanez presented some of this research through ...

Brown Bag Lecture Preview: Tom Prasch discusses

February 5, 2019

Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. These are our “inalienable rights” as Thomas Jefferson puts it, or rights that are inherent to being a citizen of America, but few know where the phrase first appeared. Even Jeffers...

Keeping up with the times: Understanding gender identity

Julia Eilert

February 2, 2018

As our language and knowledge expands, Washburn aims to keep its students up to date with the progressing times.Language and knowledge about gender is included in this.Dave Provorse, associate professor of psychology, will be givin...

Second Brown Bag lecture discusses Paraguay

Yash Chitrakar

September 2, 2017

Paraguay at the Crossroads, a lecture by Professor Mailin Rehnfeldt attracted dozens of students, teachers and anthropology enthusiasts alike. Held Aug. 30 at the International House, this lecture was the second Brown Bag Inte...

Professor sheds light on human trafficking

Brenden Williams

September 7, 2016

Sharon Sullivan, professor of theatre, held a Brown Bag Lunch where she spoke of human trafficking, specifically the causes and reasons people buy and sell sex.Sullivan started by talking about how it occurs. She said most pe...

The International House hosts presentation about 2011 earthquakes in Japan

Andrew Shermoen

January 27, 2016

Frank and Yoshi Gerner recently traveled to Yoshi’s hometown of Sendai, Japan and will be hosting a presentation on their time there experiencing the effects of a 2011 earthquake at noon Jan. 27 at The International House.Frank Gerner ...