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Members of the Gardner-Webb University community will take a closer look at a range of current issues facing contemporary society through an upcoming event. “Transcending Boundaries: A Symposium on Race, Class and Identity” will be held at Tucker Student Center Oct. 22-24 and will feature opportunities for students and citizens to explore tensions that often serve as catalysts for division. GWU Alumna Randi Gill-Sadler (’10) will serve as the keynote speaker at the three-day event. Gill-Sadler is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Florida (Gainesville, Fla.) and her scholarly interests are African American literature, the Black diaspora and U.S. imperialism.
Center for Christian Ethics and Social Responsibility, Dr. June Hobbs, Dr. Shea Stuart, Dr. Tom LeGrand, Gardner-Webb University, GWU Undergraduate Research, Life of the Scholar (LOTS), Randi Gill-Sadler, Transcending Boundaries: A Symposium on Race-Class-Identity, Tucker Student Center
Office of University Communications, "Fall Symposium at GWU to Explore Race Relations, Identity Issues" (2015). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1135.