Tuesday World Forum
George Wilson Hall
September 18th -
Charity Kenyon, JD, Slow Food USA Governor, Central Valley Region - "The Right to be Free from Hunger: The International Slow Food Movement"
Tuesday, October 9th - Col Suzanne Gehri Fortune USAF (ret) "World of Security"
Tuesday, November 13th - Cheri Kramer, JD, SIS '07 "Moral Murder?: The Law and Ethics of Targeted Killing"
Tuesday, September 18th
SIS Senior Kiel Batanian
"New Divides in Berlin: SIS as an Interdisciplinary Education"
Tuesday, September 25th
Kristen Casaretto, Recruitment Director
Teach for America
Tuesday, October 23rd
Jazmian Allen, Regional Recruiter
Tuesday, November 27th
Model United Nations Open House
Pacific's Model United Nations Team will discuss
the national conference they attended in Washington, DC,
and will share information regarding the upcoming international conference in New York City
Tuesday, December 4th
Alex Francis '10, Coordinator
International Programs - Almond Board of California
"My Experience working at the Almond Board
of California: How my Education at Pacific Made it all Possible"
Dr. John Mutenyo of Brookings (shown with SIS freshman Daniel Episcope), spoke at the SIS Tuesday World Forum, Fall 2010 on
The Global Financial Crisis: How Are the African Economies Faring?
Pacific alum and award winning author Matthew Golub spoke to SIS students in October about his unique career, which joins children’s literature with language, international insight, and music.
Dr. Frank Young, alum and Senior Deputy (Asia), US AID, speaks at SIS.
Jeff Hebble, Former President of the Asia/Africa Division, Corn Products International, Inc., speaks at the SIS World Forum.
On February 10th, 2011 School of International Studies professors Arturo Giraldez and Ahmed Kanna hosted a teach-in to a packed house of students, faculty, staff and community members on the subject of
Egypt 2011: Economic Contexts, Cultural Symbolisms and Political Ramifications.