Part 2 of the Global Hot Spots Lecture Series
Mark your calendar now, and plan to attend the newest lecture in the Global Hot Spots series. The popular series resumes next Friday, Feb. 8, and turns its attention to issues surrounding global health.
Richard Keller, assistant professor in the department of Medical History and Bioethics, will present his lecture, Overcoming Mistrust: Globalization and the Public’s Health, and its potential impact on you.
This free lecture will be held in Room 325-326 of the Pyle Center, 702 Langdon Street in Madison, beginning at 1:30 p.m. An RSVP is requested.
Also, please note the following dates and topics so you don’t miss any of the lectures we have coming up:
March 7 – Russia
Scott Gehlbach, assistant professor in the Political Science department, will join us via phone link from the New Economic School in Moscow to offer his analysis on the Russian elections that will just have occured.
April 4 – Global Environment
May 2 – India
Continue to check our Web site for updates on the upcoming lectures.
Please contact Ellen Clarke at (608) 890-1191 or email@example.com if you have questions. See you Friday!
Global Hot Spots is co-sponsored by the Division of International Studies.