Forum: “Northwest Environmental History Symposium” featuring over 25 speakers, Co-sponsored with WSU Department of History.
Evgenii Bovkun, Russian journalist, “The New Germany and the International Media”.
Terrel Carver, University of Bristol U.K., “He said/She said”: Interpreting the Clarence Thomas and Anita Hill Hearings”.
Anders Uhrskov, Political Scientist, Director, Denmark’s International Study Program, “The End of Work? Or Business as Usual?”.
Public Policy Symposium: “How To Be A Better Consumer of Political News”Moderated by Fred Davis, syndicated columnist and the Lester Smith Distinguished Professor of Communications at WSU; featuring panelists, Joel Connelly, National Correspondent, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Chris Peck, Managing Editor, Spokesman Review, Lorena O’English, Legislative Director, Project Vote Smart; and Mark Trahant, Editor and Publisher, Moscow-Pullman Daily News.
Gregg Easterbrook, Journalist and Writer, “Sense and Nonsense About the Environment”.
Silvia Babus, National Defense University, “Political Transactions in the Former Soviet Republics of Central Asia”.