Applicants sought for
global seminar in isles
60 participants will be selected
to work with international
scholars, artists and experts
The University of Hawaii-Manoa and United Nations University of Tokyo are accepting applications for the 2005 UNU Global Seminar, "Consuming Cultures: Change, Tradition and Choice in Asia and the Pacific," May 18-21.
The seminar is the second session to be held in Hawaii. Applications are being accepted through Friday.
Begun in 1985 in Japan by United Nations University, the Global Seminar Series aims to increase awareness and enhance understanding of contemporary global issues.
Students and young professionals work with scholars, artists and experts working in the United Nations and international universities.
Sixty participants will be selected.
More information and applications may be accessed online at www.hawaii.edu/shaps/unconf/2005.
For more information on UNU, visit www.unu.edu.