U.S. Policy at the Intersection of ISIS, Europe, and Russia

Wednesday, September 27, 2017
12:00 pm
Johnston Hall, Miami Middletown Campus

Mark Powell, former U.S. Consul General in Leipzig, Germany, will share his insights and answer questions about the United States' overlapping interests at the intersection of ISIS, Europe, and Russia. This public lecture is made possible by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Public Affairs/Office of Public Engagement with the Hometown Diplomats Program and by the Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council. It is co-sponsored by the following Miami University departments and programs: the Department of the Humanities and Creative Arts, the Humanities Center, Global Initiatives, the Center for Veterans Services, Career Services and Professional Development, and the Diversity Council. Additional cooperation is provided by the Middletown Rotary Club as part of its efforts to promote peace and an end of conflict through education.

Part of Miami University Regionals' 2017-18 Globalization Seminar Series. Globalization Seminars are designed to provide an additional platform where members of the university, business ,and civic communities can connect to stay current on globalization topics. The goal of the series is to increase Ohioans’ participation in the global economy and civil society.

For more information, contact Marsha Robinson at robins78@miamioh.edu or 513-727-4015.

Mark Powell
Mark Powell
career foreign service officer