Gina Ulysse introduces a panel discussion on “One Year later: Assessing Disaster and Community in Post Quake Haiti” Feb. 9 in Usdan University Center. Ulysse is associate professor of African American Studies, associate professor of anthropology, associate professor of feminist, gender and sexuality studies.
Alex Dupuy presented a “Brief Political-Economic History” on Haiti. Dupuy is the Class of 1958 Distinguished Professor of Sociology, chair and professor of African American studies. Faculty from the University of Florida’s Anthropology Department and Nova University’s Psychology Department also presented.
At left, Professor Barry Chernoff and Assistant Professor Dana Royer listen to Dupuy’s talk. Chernoff is the Robert Schumann Professor of Environmental Studies, professor of earth and environmental sciences, professor of biology and director of the College of the Environment. Royer is assistant professor of environmental studies, assistant professor of earth and environmental sciences. The event was co-sponsored by the College of the Environment and Institutional Partnerships. (Photos by Olivia Drake)