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The Foley Institute Fall 2001 Events

September 2-6

Nihon University (Japan) Book Project. Foley hosts four Japanese scholars as part of the planning process for a book on Japanese and U.S. policy.Professor Lance LeLoup is lead representative for the project.

September 10

Public Lecture, Dr. Abdulkhakim Solakhiddinov, Chair of the Department of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering and Associate Professor at the Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers (TIIAME) in Tashkent, Uzbekistan presented “Irrigation in Uzbekistan and its Environmental Impact.”

September 11

Public Lecture. The Honorable Mike McCormack, ex-U.S. Congressman from Washington State (1970-1980), presents “Getting Elected to Congress”

October 4

Policy Forum. Dr. Thomas Preston, Professor of Political Science at WSU, Dr. Rand Lewis, Director, U of I’s Martin Institute, Michael Infranco, WSU Political Science presented a panel discussion “How Should the U.S. Respond to the Recent Terrorist Attacks?”

October 12-14

Sponsor of the Fifth Annual C.A.S.H.E. Youth Conference at WSU-Pullman Campus. The program is designed to recruit Chicana/o Latina/o youth to WSU by sharing higher education experiences with high school students.

October 15

Brown Bag Lunch for Graduate Students. Dr. Vincent Hoffmann-Martinot, Director of Research at CNRS, France.

October 15

Public Lecture. Dr. Vincent Hoffmann-Martinot, Director of Research at CNRS, France presented “The New Governance in the Post-Industrial City”

October 19

Public Lecture. The Honorable Roger Simmons, Canadian Consul-General, Seattle presented “The United States and Canada: A Strong Partnership.”

October 24

Foreign and Security Policy Kick-off Luncheon. Dr. Thomas Preston re-introduces the rationale behind the series and new ROTC staff from WSU and U of I are introduced.

October 25

Policy Forum. “Globalization: Should We Embrace It or Fear It?” Tom Wahl, WSU College of Ag., Lance LeLoup, WSU, Political Science, Ray Jussaume, WSU, Sociology.

November 6

First Tuesday Lecture Series. Dr. Cornell Clayton, Political Science, WSU presents “Is September 11 a Constitutional Turning Point?”

November 29

Public Lecture. Dayna Matthews, West coast coordinator of law enforcement, National Marine Fisheries Service, and Mike Bireley, Fish and Wildlife Officer, Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife presented “Community Policing, Cooperative Compliance, and Saving Endangered Species.”

December 4

First Tuesday Lecture Series. Dr. Steven Stehr, Political Science, WSU, “The Social Construction of Disaster Recovery”

December 6

Public Forum. “Afghanistan and Its Neighbors: Understanding The Region”Dr. Anita Weiss, Professor of International Studies at the University of Oregon and Lynn Renken, Program Director for Mercy Corps. Vancouver campus. Co-sponsored by WSU Vancouver Program in Public Affairs and WSU Vancouver Diversity Task Force. Sponsor.

December 6

Public Lecture. Winona LaDuke, Author and Activist, “All Our Relations” Co-sponsor with CAC.