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Community Classroom Explores Perspectives on United States-Iran Relationships
NOV. 3, 2008--The next discussion in the University of Wisconsin-River Falls
Community Classroom series will examine historical, political and socio-economic factors that have influenced relations between the United States and Iran with the presentation, "Perspectives on U.S.-Iran Relationships," from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Nov. 17 in the lower level of the River Falls Public Library.
Internationally, most people agree that the relationship between the United States. and Iran has been tenuous for years. The discussion about why these relationships are important as the United States looks to the future from academic, economic and business perspectives will also take place.
Sponsored by the UWRF outreach and graduate studies office and the River Falls Public Library, this Community Classroom includes UWRF professors Hamid Tabesh, economics department; Reza Rahgozar, accounting and finance; and Majid Entezarian, an adjunct professor and director of applied research at Phillips Plastics Corporation.
The UWRF Community Classroom is a series of presentations on topics of vital concern in the contemporary world. The presentations are informal, free and open to the public. Registration is not required. A complete list of courses is available at www.uwrf.edu/outreach or can be obtained by calling the UWRF outreach office at 715.425.3256, 800.228.5607 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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