WORLD AFFAIRS COUNCIL KICKS OFF SPRING SCHEDULE JAN. 18
The World Affairs Council of Greater Hampton Roads' Great Decisions Series begins presentations on current global issues at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 18, at Virginia Wesleyan College's Boyd Center.
This year, the series of eight Saturday morning presentations features three Old Dominion University faculty members. They are:
Jan. 18, Steve Yetiv, political science, "Multilateralism or Unilateralism: Is the U.S. Alone or Together in the World?"
Feb. 15, Jie Chen, political science, "China in Transition: Is Real Change Imminent?"
Feb. 22, Regina Karp, Graduate Programs in International Studies, "Europe: The State of the Union."
Other topics include Afghanistan, U.S.-Saudi Relations, World Food Trade, International Women's Rights and Nigeria.
Interested Old Dominion faculty and staff may register for the program ($35 for the series; $10 for individual sessions; Great Decisions briefing book, $15) by sending a check to: World Affairs Council, P.O. Box 55463, Virginia Beach, Va. 23471. Full-time students may attend free of charge. For more information, contact John Heyl, Old Dominion's executive director of international programs, at 683-5195 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article was posted on: January 10, 2003
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