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On and Off Campus CGS Schedule of Events & Partnership Events

 


 Fall 2018 On Campus:

Tuesday, September 11, A&S Auditorium, 5:30-7 p.m.

  • Alexander Heffner of PBS’s The Open Mind, “Civil Discourse in an Uncivil Age: The Quest for a Post-Partisan Citizenship,” with a discussion from Justice Marilyn Kite, Mr. Timothy Stubson, and Senator Affie Ellis. Event moderated by Dr. Jean Garrison.

Tuesday, October 9th, Cheney 229, 12:15-1:30 p.m.

  • CGS Roundtable Discussion and Lunch with Ambassador Marc Wall, “American Foreign Policy in the Trump Administration.” Session will include comments by Dr. Jean Garrison.

Marc Wall is a senior fellow with the Center for Global Studies and previously served as the senior visiting scholar in global studies for 2013-14. As a nearly 40-year veteran of the U.S. State Department, Wall has held posts including U.S. Ambassador to Chad, and advisor to the United States Pacific Command in Hawaii in addition to coordinating reconstruction programs in Iraq and managing trade initiatives with Japan, China, and Taiwan. Wall received his bachelor’s degree with honors in European history at Princeton University and his Master of Arts at Columbia University’s School of International Affairs.

Friday, October 12, Cheney 229, 12:30-1:30 p.m.

  • CGS Faculty Advisory Group Meeting & Discussion

Friday, October 12, Cheney 229, 2-5 p.m.

  • CGS Student Fellows Lightening Talks on Summer Research 

Tuesday, October 23, Cheney 229, 12:15-1:30 p.m. CANCELLED

  • CGS Roundtable Discussion and Lunch with Dr. Andrew Price-Smith (Professor of Political Science, Colorado College), “Geopolitics of Energy in a Carbon Constrained World”

Andrew Price-Smith is professor of political science at Colorado College.  He has served as department chair and serves as the founding Director of the Global Health Initiative at Colorado College, and served as Chair of Environmental Science from 2009-2010. Price-Smith is author of several books including Oil, Illiberalism, and WarContagion and Chaos: Disease, Ecology and National Security in the Era of Globalization (winner of a Choice Magazine Award for Outstanding Academic Volume of 2009), Rising threats, Enduring ChallengesThe Health of Nations, and Plagues and Politics. He received his PhD in Political Science from the University of Toronto in 1999.

Friday, November 2, Cheney 229, 12-1 p.m.

  • CGS Roundtable Discussion with Dr. Tony Ogden (UW Associate Vice President for Global Engagement), “What We Know and Need to Know: Research on Short-Term Education Abroad”

Anthony “Tony” Ogden is the UW associate vice provost for Global Engagement and a faculty member in the College of Education.  Ogden has written widely on topics related to international higher education.  He recently co-edited a volume on the emerging issue of scholar-practitioners in international education and is now working on two forthcoming volumes.  One is focused on critical perspectives in international education to be published by Stylus and the other is a comprehensive compendium on international education research to be published by Routledge.  Ogden completed a PhD at The Pennsylvania State University in Educational Theory and Policy with a dual title in Comparative and International Education. 

Monday-Friday, November 12-16 - International Education Week Activities, Schedule TBD

 

Friday, November 16, Cheney 229, 12-1 p.m.

  • CGS Faculty Seminar Series with Dr. Brandon McElroy (Department of Geology and Geophysics), “Quaternary History & Education Opportunities of the Selenga River Delta in Russia”

Brand McElroy is associate professor in the Department of Geology and Geophysics.  He is a sedimentologist/geomorphologist with particular expertise in the processes and products of the Earth's surface evolution—mostly the mechanics and expressions of sediment transport through channelized systems in landscapes and seascapes. His PhD is in Geological Sciences from the University of Texas. He will be discussing his summer 2018 research in the Selenga River delta which was supported by a CGS faculty grant.

Friday, December 7, Cheney 229, 2-5 p.m.

  • CGS Student Fellows Practice Presentations

 

Fall 2018 Off Campus Events:

Fall 2018 World to Wyoming Series with Mark Jenkins

September 18-19 & September 24, 25, & 27, World to Wyoming Lecture Series with Mark Jenkins, Camels, Climbing and St. Catherine: An Expedition to Egypt” with events in Rock Springs, Lander, Torrington, Casper, and Cheyenne

Hidden in the heart of the desert mountains of the Sinai Peninsula are enormous walls and domes of red granite. In November, National Geographic writer and Center for Global Studies Senior Fellow Mark Jenkins led a 4-man team of Wyoming climbers to South Sinai. The team lived with the Bedouin, traveled by camel caravan and put up new routes on 1000-foot walls.

South Sinai is a pivotal region in the three Abrahamic religions: Christianity, Judaism and Islam. It was on Mount Sinai that Moses, according to the Old Testament, received the Ten Commandments. At the base of Mt. Sinai lies Saint Catherine’s Monastery, built in 565 A.D. upon the site where Moses saw the burning bush. St. Catherine’s is the oldest continuously operating monastery in the world. Christians and Muslims have lived here in harmony for over a millennium.

Camels, Climbing and St. Catherine: An Expedition to Egypt, is about climbing big walls in a remote land, about Christian monks and Bedouin nomads, about a place where tolerance is more powerful than terrorism.

Tuesday, September 18 in Rock Springs at Western Wyoming Community College, Room 1302 @ 7 p.m.

Wednesday, September 19 in Lander at the Lander Valley High School Auditorium @ 6:30 p.m.

Monday, September 24 in Torrington at Eastern Wyoming College Fine Arts Auditorium @ 7 p.m.

Tuesday, September 25 in Casper at Casper College Wheeler Concert Hall @ 7 p.m.

Thursday, September 27 in Cheyenne at the Laramie County Library, Cottonwood Room @ 6 p.m. (Light refreshments at 5:00 p.m.)


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