December 2, (12:00-2:00 p.m.)
University of Houston
Book signing with Dr. Helen Rose Ebaugh and Dr. Stephen M. Cherry, the editors of the book entitled Global Religious Movements across Borders: Sacred Service.
- Tuesday, December 2, 2014
- UH 110HA Social Work Building
- 1st Floor Conference Room 12:00-2.00 p.m.
- Books will be available for purchase following the program. Free light lunch will be served.
Angelia Ysobel Miranda
USA, Home School 10th Grade
1st Place Winner
Youth Platform 2014 -
The light and heat left over from the summer was fading away, and she quickened her pace. During the five minute walk to the cluster of portables the district referred to as school, if she looked closely enough, she could make out the traces of fall in the leaves...
Youth Platform 2015
“Are Citizens of the World Succeeding in Lessening Global Poverty?” Poverty entails limitations upon populations in education, finance, human potential, substance and shelter, gender class differences, all limitations that tax food sources, curtailing the potential of the cultures’ youth, loss of capital in maintenance and little for developing sustainable of wealth. Click here for details.
Fethullah GULEN Biographical Album is available on iBooks now for iPads.
Dr. Hoon Lee
Texas Tech University
Assistant Professor, Political Science
Does increasing economic globalization reduce the likelihood of interstate conflict? Since Kant  proposed conditions for perpetual peace, liberal peace scholars have pointed to many advantages of economic exchange.