Evaluation of 8th Wang Symposium: Migration Are youPLU StudentPLU Faculty/StaffPLU AlumCommunity MemberOther Are you a Tacoma area resident?YesNo What sessions did you attend? Please check all that apply.Bob Ferguson, Washington State Attorney GeneralAlumni Stories on Being Refugees, Adopted, and Undocumented [Akuien, Martinez, Taylor)The Art and Science of Human Migration (Fussell)Welcoming the Stranger I: Immigrant Workers in a Wisconsin Dairy Community--a 20-Year Experiment [Rosenow, Duvall)"And Justice for All?" --Public Transportation and Equity in the Puget Sound Region (Austin, Ruud)Transnational Identities: Challenges and Opportunities in the 21st Century [Hershberg, Jacobson, DeHart]The Importance of Migrant Voices and Perspectives [González)Homo Iternans: An Anthropological Perspective on Global Mobility (Monsutti)Mobility Made Visible: Disciplinary Approaches to Migrant Stories [Mergenthal, Spence, Ramos]Exploring the Linkage Between Human Trafficking and Migration [Hermsmeyer]Welcoming the Stranger II: Organizational Approaches to Immigrant and Refugee Resettlement, and Human Trafficking (Dunbar, Faaren, Peterson, Pedrick)Births, Deaths, and Deportations: Health Care and the Struggle for Immigrant Rights (Park)The Church's Vocation in a World on the Move [Younan] What did you appreciate most about the symposium? What would have enhanced your experience at the symposium? We are continuously working to expand our outreach for these biennial Wang Center symposia. What topics would you like to see explored at the next symposium in 2020? Need assistance with this form?