Hall said he is excited about the university’s move to merge the departments of political science and urban affairs and geography to create this new school and prepare students to get involved in complex social issues in the local and global environment – issues like local and world hunger.
“This is exciting to have an international school,” he said during a staged discussion with decorated educators and community leaders in the university’s Student Apollo Room. “Take an issue like hunger – whether domestic or international – this is an issue we can do something about. We don’t have to solve the problem. We have to learn how to create a political will – a spiritual will.”
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