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For immediate release
March 28, 2007
Contact: Andrea E Sarubbi
202-687-4328
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Georgetown Student Named 2007 Truman Scholar

Washington, D.C. – Georgetown University student Indra Sen (SFS ’08) was recently named a 2007 Truman Scholar. The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation provides up to $30,000 in funding to college juniors hoping to pursue graduate degrees in public service fields. Sen is one of 65 students from 56 colleges and universities selected for this year’s scholarship and is Georgetown's 22nd Truman Scholar.  

"I congratulate Indra on this prestigious award,” said Robert L. Gallucci, dean of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. “His commitment to addressing a range of issues important to immigrants, from education to civil rights, is timely and relevant to current public policy debates.  I am pleased his research will be supported with this scholarship."  

Indra Sen, a culture and politics major in the School of Foreign Service from Chapel Hill, N.C., plans to use the Truman scholarship to further his study of English language acquisition among Southeast Asian immigrant communities in America. As someone of both Indian and Chinese heritage, Sen’s research interests have a personal connection. At Georgetown, he co-founded the group Empowering Young Asian Americans (EYA) to reach out to Asian high school students and encourage them to explore their history, develop leadership skills, and engage in their communities. The organization is expanding to other states, including a program in Sen’s home state of North Carolina that will serve Hmong refugee youth.  

“In order to empower marginalized Asian American groups, I hope to first build coalitions among Asian ethnic groups and other racial minorities, and focus my efforts on practical legal responses and improved, feasible public policies,” Sen wrote in his Truman application.

Sen also serves as co-president of the Asian American Student Association and as program coordinator for Young Leaders in Education about Diversity (Y-LEAD). Sen has served as a volunteer with Georgetown’s Prison Outreach Program and D.C. Schools Project, providing English as a Second Language tutoring services to the District’s low-income youth and adults of immigrant backgrounds. He is also known on campus for his poetic and lyrical skills as songwriter and former lead singer for the student band, Mordecai. Sen is a 2006 Humanity in Action Fellow and a 2004 CoRAL Network Student Engagement Leadership Fellow. After graduation, he plans to pursue a joint JD/MPP program with a focus on youth violence, education and civil rights.  

Truman Scholars are selected for their leadership potential, intellectual ability and passion for a career in public service.  Each year, more than 600 students apply for the 70-75 scholarships awarded annually. These 600 applications do not include the number of students who compete on individual campuses for one of four total nominations accepted from each institution. Scholars are required to work in public service for three of the seven years following completion of their scholarship tenure. Today, past scholars hold positions in various areas of public service, including government, the non-profit or advocacy sectors and education.    

On May 15, the 2007 class of Truman Scholars will convene at William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo., for a weeklong leadership development program and official introduction to the Truman community.  Truman Scholar Leadership Week is the first of several programs and services available to the incoming class of scholars.    

The U.S. Congress established the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation in 1975 as a federal memorial to President Harry S. Truman. In addition to academic funding, the foundation assists scholars with assistance with career counseling, internship placement, graduate school admissions and professional development.  For additional information, visit: http://www.truman.gov/index.htm

About the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service    

Founded in 1919 to educate students and prepare them for leadership roles in international affairs, the School of Foreign Service remains committed to intercultural understanding and service in the global arena, ideals held by its founder and first dean, the Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, S.J. For more information about the School of Foreign Service, visit http://www.georgetown.edu/sfs.

About Georgetown University

Georgetown University is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit university in America, founded in 1789 by Archbishop John Carroll. Georgetown today is a major student-centered, international, research university offering respected undergraduate, graduate and professional programs on its three campuses in Washington, DC. For more information about Georgetown University, visit www.georgetown.edu.

 
The Future Map of Human Consciousness

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The Heroic Generation.
 
At the cutting edge of Du Avant Garde, is that a civilization's development rest solely on the socio - cultural processes of how it nurtures it's youth.   Thus is should be to everyone surprise that something happened previous to the year of 2000.  What has happen, is the development of The Heroic Generation of American youth who are now entering the 16 to 18 years of age, as of June, 2006.

Why?
 
The Critical aspect of this is based on the clear observation that as the American civilization has became more complex, there has been increasing equal complex burdens of sociocultrual and sociopolitical adaptions being made in childrearing techniques by both the parents and children of each family since about 1982 till the present.  The forms of these adaptations have magnified the self - perceptions of diversity of the emerging core of youth even more, than their parents own development in their own childhoods'; the present impetus of greater self - discoveries as a result.  
 
The newer aspect....

Then the physical impact of hours and hours being spent at home computers and access to the Internet by children as early as 2 1/2 has likewise created further expansion of the depth of the child's development of their audio and visual perceptions, increasing their range of needed additional information, and emotional needs during all the years afterwards; their growing dependencies upon the Internet. 
 
As of now:

Their resulting increased visual and intellect range [ what is still not yet been measure by present early childhood reseachers - conclusively, and maybe by their present skill research skills unmeasureable ] is far different than their parents.  This component has likewise appeared in experiences of increasing fustrations in their dealings and learning with their primary and secondary school teachers - who in most instances are unaware of their emerging student traits.  This is the additional impact of computer usage and its ability to influence their own innate drives -  while most of their parents being totally unaware.  Furthermore, those who families have home acccess to the Internet have triggered a unique struggle for this generation of Internet users to find common idenity; this has created the basis for a different more complex cultural society to emerge within America's mulit - cultural mosaic. 
 
Most amazing is the increasing and voluntary, they are not being forced to commit in using the Internet by their parents,  interdiction of the internet experiences into radicalizing their abstractual intellegence, and near fantasy visual ranges in conjunction with the mental impacted sociocultural sphere of influences of present early childhood ( per - 12s ) sensory developments by their parent's sociocultural, socioeconomic, and  sociospiritual childrearing efforts [ What the parents are passing on and the advance technique they likewise have used from the radical 1970's. ]. Moreover, their developmental causal extrapolations of rapid access and installation of competant and more highly advanced usage of computer soft wear technologies, and internet prowless has impacted new adaptations after 12 YO ( and at a critical developmental stage Piget/Erickson); thereby creating new unkown emotional structures which has their further generated biological resultant imprints on this population's innate drives.  There is no research known within this area either.
 
Part conclusion...
 
" Similar to design technology functions invested in computer advance technologies and rapid streaming of mass information within the growing massive information insourcing spiders of the Internet ( here before never used by previous generations ) have had a radical impact which are largely the additional unknowns confronted by todays parents and unfortunately and similarly by present University educators as well.  They, " you " [ if " you " fall into this generation ] are now the outsourcing resultants"

Now, historically, now, this process has created new emotional and intellectual structures and have been observed to be firmly inserted into this generations' overall personality traits which is generated by every single successful experience during time durations [ after an unknown quanity of time expended ] related computer access obtained by the child user.  In dealing with present forms of how children are integrated into society this has created a separate intellect, nonetheless, and thus forming new resultant and yet unkown " impacted innate intellectual drives which are increasingly creating emotional technocentered more adpated " new corridors."
 
Presently this has been recently touched on, largely in their emerging emotional fields, by Presidential Canidate Barack Obama.  His campaign use of the Internet and who, the users, he has been getting his political message to, and likewise his contributions from. 
 
Part conclusion ....

Simply the causal resultant of increased usage and depth of range of their nervous systems has result in a different intellectual population.
 
It is what is contained within in this new corridor is their main future focus of unity.  How internet experiences have impacted their own personal, and individual bio - spheres, and the resultant increased locations and more diverse usage of their brain stimulus is still even the greater unknown - even to themselves.
 
Thus and unlike Gertude Stein quote about the " Lost Generation "  We now have the " Heroic Generation. "  In a historic review we have had Heroic Generations born in 1745, 1832, 1876, 1919, 1946, and then 1982.
 
What is even more surprising is that they have caught upon certain indenity ethos which is in its initial stages of social and cultural evolution - development; and are just now being defined by themselves, while others outsiders are in the dark. Moreover, the socio-spirituality of this genertion is their  special gifts.
 
The result in art, music, and others is just now appearing at their other edges....
 
This is leading us to the....
 
The impact of which will be felt culturally around the year 2016.  Politically is the greater unknown, can Barack Obama tap into it? No one knows...
 
 
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InterCultural Communications Programs:
 
International International Communications:  There a several aspects in shared human experiences, and the aspiration they contain which bond a people to a culture and behavior.  The ongoing process of development contained within this website sequencing of websites are to give bench marks of what is entailed in various culture's and nation's experience.
 
InterCultrual Communications:  There is a process in how to examine then promote basic features of the full cultural experience.  This website is an interactive education - orientation process which likewise enlist additonal information by each participant of there own efforts of personal discoveries; thus will add them according to the value of the information being provided.

Cross Webbing:
 
The combination of these speicalized webing arrangement of sites are to give focus, and a training manual text in developing Intercultural Communications Internet Network, and the basis of its development, Cultural Democracy.  This adds a unique supportive feature in the additional developement of the Inter - Cities Cultural Communications Program initiated by Mr. Roger M. Christian.
 
 
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International Students / Scholars Intercultural Communications Resources :and Promtions
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International Students Scholars Intercultural Communications Resources  African Set of Nations  ~ International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources  AsisnSphere of Nations  ~ International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources The State of Alabama  ~ International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources  The State of Arizona  International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources  The Sate of Calinfornia  ~ International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources  The British Commonweath of Canada  - International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources   EuroSphere Host of Nations  - International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources  The State of Florida  ~ International Students / Scholars Intercultural Communications Resources  The State of Georgia ~ International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources The State of Illinois ~ International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resourcess  The State of Maryland ~ International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources  The State of Massachusetts ~  International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources The State of Michigan:  ~ International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources  The State of Nevada  ~  International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources  The State of New York / Wide  ~ International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources  The State of Ohio ~ International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources  The State of Pennsylvania ~  International Students / Scholar InterCultural Communcations Resources The State of Texas ~  International Students / Scholars InrterCultural Communications Resources  Washington DC, District of Columbia ~ International Students / Scholars InterCultural Communications Resources  State of Washington  ~ International InterCultural Communications Services -  Who is Mr. Roger M. Christian -  Links Page - Link Exchange Program -

 
International InterCultural Communications and International Students / Scholars role finctions.  Here within this WebSite footer you will see several links which are connected to the major website with InterCultural Communications are it subject matter, as well as in its promotions within the Internet.  This has now proved to most effective, as you are now see thins as a result of earned google dot com rankings.
 
None the less, the determinates in how to translate the central them of Intercultural Communications are now determined within the scope of the definitions of what is InterCultrual Communications, InterCultural Communications and the Internet, what is InterCultural Communications to function or to be promoted as, why it should be emploted within every major academic institutions, and why it is important: Conflict Preventioning.

 
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Campus Network ~ International and National Cultural Fiesta Movement  :
 
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InterCultural Communications- Conflict Preventioning WebSite - through the conflcit preventioning program, the International and National Cultural Fiesta Movement and the associated Policy Statement which brings it to focus through the frames WebSite presentation.

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