Lunch'n Explore-October 5: Foreign Policy Issues in the Election and Beyond
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL AND NO FURTHER REGISTRATIONS CAN BE ACCEPTED.
Lunch'n Explore programs feature presentations by prominent speakers from the area in luncheon talks that include table conversation and opportunities for questions and answers. Enjoy a good lunch and join in the conversation and discussion.
Event Speaker: Dr. Nicholas Hayes is a professor of history and holds the university chair in critical thinking at St. John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota. He is a frequent commentator on international affairs for public television and radio, and has won numerous awards for his work, including a 1991 Emmy. He also published widely on the subject.
Event Details: Friday, October 5, 2012, 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m., University of St. Thomas Minneapolis Campus, Opus Hall Room 201 (The Great Room)
Event Description: On the eve of another presidential election, Dr. Hayes will help us define as precisely as we can the complexity of foreign policy issues and what the feasible options are for U.S. policy in such troubled times and beyond.
Event Cost: $25.00 per person; if you require a vegetarian meal, please include a note with your registration form with this request
Link to campus map: Minneapolis Campus Map