Roundtable discussion: terrorism on November 16

Dr. Lloyd Mitchell
November 16, 2005

Students in ECSU's Public Health and Sanitation Program will present an interactive tabletop discussion about terrorism and terror cells at 7 p.m., November 16th, 2005 in the GR Little Library Conference Room. Topics include:

"The History of Terrorism in the United States",
"The History of Bioterrorism Around the World",
"The Terror Cell: Who, What, Where, and Why",
"Characteristics of White Male Terrorists"
"Women in Terrorism"

The U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education recognize November 14-18, 2005 as International Education Week. Since its inception in 2000, International Education Week (IEW) has grown in size and scope to become a global event, with students, educators, and community leaders participating in a wide range of activities to celebrate the benefits of internationalism in our classrooms and educational systems.

Throughout International Education Week, the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education will highlight various aspects of internationalism in the U.S. education system, as well as U.S.-sponsored programs for international education and cultural exchange.

For more information on International Education Week events and activities worldwide and how you can become involved, visit http://iew.state.gov/.