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Global & Area Studies

College of Arts and Sciences

Global & Area Studies and Center for Global Studies

Spring 2017 Events

ON CAMPUS

February 9 CGS-MBA Roundtable with Cloud Peak Executives (by invitation), 12-1  College of Business 123

 

February 10  GAST MA student thesis proposals, 12-2pm Cheney 229

 

February 15  World to Wyoming 2017, Mark Jenkins, “Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China over Time” 7pm A&S Auditorium

 

February 17 Wallop Conversations on Democracy Program, Details TBD

 

February 22  Dr. Andrew Williams, St. Andrew’s University, “De Gaulle as a Military and Political Thinker” Berry Center Auditorium, 6pm

 

February 24 GAST Roundtable, Dr. Andrew Williams, St. Andrews University, “History and International Relations”, 12 noon, Cheney 229

 

March 2 Peace Corps Week; Jason Steele Peace Corps, General Information, 12noon  

                                        

March 2 Peace Corps Week, Jason Steele, Peace Corps and Returned Peace Corps Volunteers “The Peace Corps Experience”, 5pm

 

March 22 Joint GAST POLS Faculty meeting, 12noon Cheney 229

 

March 24 GAST Core Faculty Meeting, 12noon Cheney 229

 

March 27 Graduate Mentoring: Preparing for Fieldwork 12noon, Cheney 229

 

April 3-4 Wyoming Goes Global - CGS Faculty and Student Research Presentations, 5:30pm each evening, Berry Center Auditorium

 

Aptil 5th Michael Dixon, "Kosovo-Living in a Post Conflict Country" 5pm, Classroom Building Room 214

 

April 6 Stewart Divine, US Department of State, "State Department International and Domestic Careers" Info Session, 1:30pm, College of Business Room 127

 

April 7 Baroness Catherine Ashton, former European Union High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy and Vice President of the European Commission, "The New World (Dis) order" 2pm, Education Auditorium

 

April 10 College of Law, Spence Law Firm "Historic Trial, Heart Mountain Draft Resistance" 6:30pm College of Law Room 178

 

April 11 "Paralells of the Past and Present-Exploring Executive Orders" Panel discussion, 6pm College of Law, Room 178

  

April 12 Guest speaker Shile Vilakazi "Challenges & Changes of HIV/AIDS in South Africa." 4:00pm Classroom Building Room 118

  

April 14 CGS-SER Faculty and Student Nielson Presentations, Details TBD

 

OFF CAMPUS

CGS-Senator Malcolm Wallop Fund Conversations on Democracy Program

The Center for Global Studies-Senator Malcolm Wallop Conversations on Democracy Program

features Ambassador Gary Grappo and UW Wallop Student Fellows presenting on their

international fieldwork on development in Iraq, the International Criminal Court at The Hague,

and British identity and historical view of democracy. 

February 4 WYO Theater (Mars Black Box) in Sheridan - Ambassador Grappo at 1:30 pm; Student Presentations at 3 pm

February 9 Laramie County Library in Cheyenne at 6 pm

February 11 Natrona County Library (Crawford Room) in Casper at 3 pm

 

World to Wyoming 2017 & What in the World? Student International Fieldwork Presentations

Mark Jenkins’ World to Wyoming 2017 presentation “Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Across Time” draws on his two decades of work in Tibet and China. The What in the World? student presentations feature UW students reporting on their international fieldwork from summer 2016. The projects range from fieldwork in The Gambia, West Africa exploring why and how people migrate to Europe, challenges to delivering development in Guatemala and Iraq, and conservation of endangered bird species in Ecuador.

February 15 Mark Jenkins at UW A&S Auditorium at 7 pm

February 28 Mark Jenkins at Gillette College Presentation Hall at 7 pm

March 1 Mark Jenkins at Sheridan College Whitney Concert Hall at 7 pm

March 2 Northwest College in Powell

 -  What in the World? Student International Fieldwork Presentations – Fagerberg 70 at 2:25 pm

 -  Mark Jenkins – Yellowstone Building at 6:30 pm

March 4 Cody Theatre in Cody

 -  What in the World? Student International Fieldwork Presentations at 1 pm

 -  Mark Jenkins at 2:30 pm

March 5 National Wildlife Museum in Jackson


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