Human trafficking, hunger relief and environmental sustainability are the topics for Global Issues Summit hosted by Fort Hays State University's Global Leadership Project and Department of Political Science from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, April 1, in the Memorial Union.
"The issues affect people everyday, locally and abroad," said Tre' Giles, Colorado Springs, Colo., sophomore. "This event falls right in line with the goal of FHSU to make students and staff forward thinking and world ready. This summit is a advocacy program for people to learn how to make a difference on global issues."
The summit is open to students and faculty from any Kansas university and is designed to teach students and staff how to make positive changes on their campuses.
The goal is to reach 90 students. The event is free and lunch is provided compliments of the FHSU Tilford Diversity Committee. To register, visit www.fhsu.edu/ccl/glp-registration-form.