September 09, 02

Vol. 18 , No. 01   


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Reflections on September 11th
WILLIAM ASCHER, moderator
MARK BLITZ
P. EDWARD HALEY
DIANE HALPERN
GREGORY HESS
PAUL KAPUR
DIANA SELIG
ANDREW BREHM '03
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER I0, 2002

At the approach of the first anniversary of the September 11th tragedy, and in order to provide the opportunity for people to come together at this historic moment, the Athenaeum will host a panel discussion reflecting on the events and their impact. Vice President and Dean of the Faculty William Ascher will moderate the faculty/student panel, which will be followed by time for discussion. Scheduled participants include: Mark Blitz, Fletcher Jones Professor of Political Philosophy and government department chair; P. Edward Haley, professor of government and W. M. Keck Foundation Chair of International Strategic Studies; Diane Halpern, professor of psychology and director of CMC's Berger Institute for Work, Family & Children; Gregory Hess, professor of economics and Russell S. Bock Chair of Public Economics and Taxation; Paul Kapur, assistant professor of government; and Diana Selig, assistant professor of history. The panel will also include a student representative, Andrew Brehm '03, a White House intern on 9/11.

Reservations are required for dinner. The panel discussion is open to the public without charge.

A public remembrance will be held on Zinda Field the evening of September 11th. Please check the CMC website for information (www.claremontmckenna.edu).