Events Fall 2003

Student Orientation Session on International Studies
Information session for students to meet faculty/staff and learn about the international studies programs and events at CMC.

Sept. 23 (Tues)
Bauer Center/Founders Room
5:30-8:00 pm


Dr. Michael Armacost
Shorenstein Distinguished Fellow in the Asia/Pacific Research Center Institute of International Studies, Stanford University (formerly Under Secretary of State and Ambassador to Japan)

"Challenges and Opportunities in America's Relations with East Asia"

Sept. 30 (Tues)


Professor William Stueck
History Department, The University of Georgia

"The Korean War: The Legacy for U.S.-Korean Relations"

Oct. 1 (Wed)


Professor Chang Il-Ohn
Korean Military Academy

"The South Korean Military and the Korean War"

Oct. 6 (Mon)
Lee class: Modern Korea


Professor Susan Shirk
Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, UCSD

"China Rising: Responsible Power or Future Threat?"

Nov. 4 (Tue)
Lunch


Lawrence Chickering
President, Educate Girls Globally and Research Fellow at Hoover Institute, Stanford

"Educating Women in the Third World"

Nov. 19 (Wed)
Lunch


Ambassador Ronald Lehman '68
Director, Center for Global Security Research, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

"How to Deal with Weapons of Mass Destruction"

Nov. 24 (Mon)
Lunch