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On December 7, 2011, twenty-four lucky HPU students had the rare opportunity to accompany Pearl Harbor veterans during Pearl Harbor's 70th anniversary commemorations sponsored by The Greatest Generation Foundation (TGGF). The students had the unique opportunity to hear first hand accounts of what happened that momentous day. (See pictures here)
Associate Professor of History Pierre Asselin organizes two day workshop on Vietnam in the Cold War, 4-5 April 2011.
Dr. Asselin brought together leading international scholars to discuss the latest research and interpretations on Vietnam and the Cold War.
"The Vietnam Study Abroad Program exceeded all my expectations: it was an academic broadening experience listening to lectures by Vietnamese professors, reinforced by discussion and museum visits. It increased my social awareness, provided a venue to appreciate and respect fellow students and faculty, and was a thought-provoking and unforgettable experience."
-Edward Zelczak, MADMS graduate student and former Vietnam War veteran