September 13, 2002
Panel Discussion at UW-RF Commemorates Events of 9/11
To commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the College of Arts and Sciences at UW-River Falls is sponsoring a panel discussion, "Looking Back on 9/11: What Have We Learned?," on Tuesday, Sept. 17, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Blanche Davis Theatre of the Kleinpell Fine Arts Building.
Panel participants will make short presentations on topics related to their field of expertise, as follows: Journalism Professor Colleen Callahan, "Journalists Reflect;" Political Science Professor Wesley Chapin, "International Relations Since 9/11;" Biology Professor Karen Klyczek, "Bioterrorism;" Philosophy Professor Imtiaz Moosa, "9/11, Islam and the West;" Geography Professor Charles Rader, "Geography and Mapping in Times of Crisis;" and Tom Weiss from the Newman Center addressing "Spirituality Since 9/11."
The audience is invited to participate in a general discussion following the presentations. For more information, contact Political Science Professor Tracey Gladstone-Sovell at 715/45-3318.
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