ECSU hosts Great Decisions Lecture Series

Kesha Williams
February 15, 2007

The History and Political Science Department at Elizabeth City State University will hold the 2007 Great Decisions Lecture Series at 2 p.m. on Thursdays in the auditorium of Johnson Hall. The series of discussions covers a variety of American foreign policy topics. ECSU faculty members lead the discussions and students make presentations based on their research. See the dates, topics and the faculty members below who will lead the discussions: February 15 The U.S. in the Middle East by Dr. Naginder Dhillon February 22 Climate Change and Global Warming by Dr. K. O. Boansi March 1 Mexico: Neighbor in Turmoil by Dr. Glen Bowman March 8 International Migration in a Globalizing Economy by Dr. Margery Coulson-Clark March 22 South Africa: Facing New Challenges by Dr. K. O. Boansi The Role of Civil Society and Non-Governmental Organizations in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa by Ms. Machara Elliott and Ms. Anya Marie Soucy March 29 Helping the World's Endangered Children by Dr. Jahi Uchee Issa April 5 Central Asia: Three Power Resource Rivalry by Dr. James McClenon April 11 War Crimes by Professor Lynn Barnes The discussions are open to the public. For more information, please contact Dr. Kwabena Boansi in the ECSU History and Political Science Department, 252-335-3331.