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Caption BulletSenior graphic design students competed to win an Ipod with designs for the Accessible Technology Initiative; more below.

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David Diaz: Citizen Diplomat Works to Build Peace in Basque Conflict, Develop Curriculum in International Humanitarian Law
David Diaz: Citizen Diplomat Works to Build Peace in Basque Conflict, Develop Curriculum in International Humanitarian Law

David Diaz served a one-year post as North American language and culture advisor in a program administered by the Spanish Ministry of Education. He is now working with the Red Cross to develop curriculum in international humanitarian law and with scholars from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid to help find a peaceful solution to the Basque conflict through education.

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Photo above: Senior graphic design students competed in a contest for create a logo for the Accessible Technology Initiative, administered through Instructional Technology. Senior Lupita Garcia (standing at center) won an Ipod for her design. For more information, click here.

L-R: Carlos Morales, Lupita Garcia, and Gregory Chacon. Seated, Leslie Miller and Mai Nguyen

Photo by Joanie Harmon

 


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