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Published on Apr 10, 2014
As part of Michigan State University's Project 60/50, the Honors College dedicated its last Sharper Focus/Wider Lens forum of the academic year to exploring the role of language, ideology, genetic make-up, communication technology and globalization as forces which can unite us or divide us. The faculty panel for "What Divides Us/What Unites Us" included: Kayla Hales, Ph.D.; Dan Kramer, Ph.D.; Chuck Ostrom, Jr., Ph.D.; Sean Valles, Ph.D.; and Suzanne Evans Wagner, Ph.D.
Collectively, the panel exhibits the breadth of study at Michigan State University, representing the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Colleges of Communication Arts & Sciences, College of Arts & Letters, James Madison College, Lyman Briggs College, and the College of Social Science.