Collin College invites the public to attend the Passport to the World series discussion on Wednesday, Feb. 18 from noon to 1 p.m. in the Living Legends Conference Center Section AB at the Spring Creek Campus, 2800 E. Spring Creek Pkwy. in Plano.

Collin College economics professor Tom Hudgins and former professor Sharon Hudgins will expound upon their travels around the north Pacific coast, from California to Alaska to the Russian Far East. They will speak about the different groups of native people who live there, how they got there, and the similarities and differences among their cultures.

Passport to the World is a free event series led by Collin College faculty and staff members who have traveled to a variety of global locations and share their newly acquired knowledge about different cultures, art forms, architecture, music, religions, political systems and more.

For more information about Passport to the World, please contact Dr. Dallie Clark at dclark@collin.edu or the Communication & Division office at 972-881-5810.

 

About Collin College

Collin College is a community college in North Texas’ Collin County. One of the fastest-growing community colleges or universities in Texas, the college serves nearly 52,000 credit and continuing education students annually and offers more than 100 degrees and certificates. With seven campuses throughout the college district, Collin College is a partner to business, government and industry, providing customized training and workforce development. Collin College has locations in Plano (Spring Creek Campus), McKinney (Central Park Campus) and Frisco (Preston Ridge Campus). In addition, there are satellite centers in Plano, Allen and Rockwall. For more information, visit collin.edu.