Tag Archives: Middle East

Oct 25: Mapwalk in Student Center

From Mapwalk Graduate Assistant Sarah Nemeth: Have you ever wanted to travel to Egypt to see the pyramids, or Saudi Arabia to see the Great Mosque of Mecca? What about the Wahiba Sands in Oman? On Wednesday October 25th, 2017 from 9:00am to 6:00pm at the Cleveland State University Student Center Atrium (2121 Euclid Avenue) […]

April 6: Map Walk in Wolstein Center

Announcing the Spring Map Walk on April 6, in CSU’s Wolstein Center from 10 am to 3 pm. This event is free and open to the public. Bring your smartphone to follow QR code tours “The Journey of Ibn Battuta” and “The Mongol Conquest” developed by Professor Stephen Cory and CSU undergraduate/graduate students. Details: Date: April 6, 2017 […]

April 28: Map Walk in SC Atrium

All CSU students and community members are invited to Dr. Stephen Cory’s annual Map Walk in the SC Atrium on April 28 from 8:30 am-8 pm. The Map Walk features over 500 tactical pilotage charts which make up a world map the size of basketball court. This year, the walk features the Middle East and […]

April 10: Mapwalk of the Middle East in the Student Center

Join Dr. Stephen Cory for a Mapwalk of the Middle East on Thursday April 10 from 9-5:30 in the Student Center Atrium.  Stop by for a stroll on your way to class or linger all day in Saudi Arabia!  Tweet @SocStudiesatCSU your experiences and even selfies from the map with the #CSUMapwalk tag. 

Mapwalking in CSU’s Woodling Gym

A CSU Tradition Each year Professor Stephen Cory reserves the Woodling Gym and carefully lays out over 500 tactical pilotage charts which make up a world map the size of basketball court.  He started this tradition for his courses on the Middle East, realizing that many students did not have basic geographic knowledge of the […]

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