Faculty Support

On Thursday July 21, 2011 we were joined by the wonderful
company of Doctors Harriet and Stan Berman in Guayaquil, Ecuador. During the
day, we toured the volunteer sites and were pleasantly surprised by the
welcoming reception we received at each site. We are all very excited to begin
the much needed volunteer work in Ecuador. Thursday evening we attended the
memorial service for the late Doctor Cynthia Lucero, she is the heart and soul
of the Latino Mental Health Program at MSPP. It was great to have the company
of both Harriet and Stan Berman during our first week in Ecuador because they were
a source of support and comfort from back home.


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8 Responses to Faculty Support

  1. franssummer says:

    It is nice to meet other educators in other countries. It is one of reasons why many students want to work at university after graduation. One of my friends is studying for Phd of Law. She feels lots of pressure of completing her phd thesis. But I also hear some nice stories from her life at university, such as conferences abroad.

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  3. Explow says:

    Great job wendy!
    i am really inspired!

  4. George says:

    The realy saying’s for education.

  5. Jarred Ross says:

    Realy Maria this is what education is.

  6. Maria Russo says:

    This to me, is real education. Doing good and experiencing life via other cultures.

  7. Wendy says:

    Thank you Alex, it is rewarding work to do.

  8. Alex says:

    You are very good people for doing all of the volunteer work you do :)

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