#UnderPrague. We took this tour to learn more about the Cold War times, to visit one of nuclear bunkers in Prague and to see their big collection of insignias, newspapers, magazines, pictures, uniforms, and gas masks. Thanks to Katerine for her detailed explanations. I wish we had more time to see the exhibits with more detail. Under Prague. Nuclear bunker for 5000 people. #nuclearbunkertour #nuclearbunkerprague #exploringprague #praguejnderground — in Prague, Czech Republic. “Peace Lessons Under Prague: Exploring a Nuclear Bunker” coming soon to #DrJoseCampus. See our pictures in Dr. Lepervanche Global Learning. See all photos here https://flic.kr/s/aHskCaC1bK We also visited the Museum of Communism in Prague.
Hiroshima 70 Years Later: Origami Cranes for Peace.
An interactive presentation including folding of paper origami cranes to remember Hiroshima atomic bombings and to ask for worldwide peace.
No more Hiroshimas! is the expression used to ask for peace and that “never will be any additional uses of nuclear bombs on cities or against people”.
The Hiroshima Peace Program during 23rd world Scout Jamboree is a program created by the Scouts of Hiroshima. A one-day off-site program to Hiroshima provided opportunity for all 34,000 Scouts from 150 countries to learn from the events of 1945. Participants visited Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park including the museum. As Messengers of Peace, World Scouts have the responsibility to share their experiences and continue the Hiroshima Peace Program in their own countries.
Hiroshima 70 Years Later: Origami Cranes for Peace. 23rd World Scout Jamboree. Japan 2015.
Social Media Slides© – Jose Lepervanche
Global Learning Adventures during 23rd World Scout Jamboree in Japan 2015
Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche en el 70 Aniversario del lanzamiento de la bomba atomica en Hiroshima (En Español). Video por Antonio A. Camacho de BSA Troop 004 23 Jamboree Scout Mundial. 6 de Agosto 2015 después de Ceremonia 70 Aniversario en Kirara-Hama, Yamaguchi, Japón. #WSJ2015 #HiroshimaPeaceProgram #MensajerosdelaPaz
Capt. Tom Bagan spoke to our MAN3353 class a couple of years ago. He used to be the Master of a ship similar to the one featured in the movie “Captain Phillips“. He spoke about the Merchant Marine, Port and Cargo Operations, Weather and Security at Sea, and Crew Welfare.
Captain Bagan is back to Florida State College at Jacksonville – Deerwood Center to speak about the Merchant Marine, Jacksonville Port, and High Seas Management. Jacksonville is a global city with two US Navy Stations, a global cargo and cruise port, and a vibrant global business community. Our FSCJ students work in several industries related to our merchant marine, port operations, Armed Forces, and global companies.
Join MAN3335 Management students and Capt Bagan to kick off this academic year’s Global Learning Series. Deerwood Professors: email Dr. Jose Lepervanche if you want to bring your class and find a large classroom. Deerwood Students: email Dr. Lepervanche to reserve your seat. (Subject: High Seas Management).
Global Learning Series is one the Global Learning Opportunities: Bridges and Engagement (GLOBE) educational activities created to bring global speakers and activities to our classrooms. GLOBE is an educational model to facilitate global collaboration and creative learning methods inside and outside the classroom. The objective is to find Global Learning Opportunities that are useful to our courses or programs, build Bridges by connecting speakers, presenters, facilitators or influencers with courses or FSCJ programs, and produce Engagement by creating active and continuous collaboration. Visit www.globallearningnews.com for more. GLOBE was introduced during FSCJ AdjunctPalooza 2016.