After 9/11, how did the U.S. intelligence community and the National Security Council understand the attacks, define the enemy and craft a strategy? How and why did the insurgency emerge? Was the U.S. shift to a counterinsurgency strategy effective?
Dr. Robert Farley from the University of Kentucky (UK) Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce will provide an upcoming guest lecture on “Careers in International Relations.” The guest lecture will take place on Monday, November 14 at 2:00 PM in Stratton 300.
EKU Student Activities Council will be holding a Cultural Dinner on Thursday, November 3 in Jaggers Room, Powell Building at 5:30-7:00 PM. There will be free food catered by Masala Fine Indian Cuisinehttp://www.masalafinecuisine.com/. See you there!
Please apply or, if you’re Faculty/Staff, encourage your students to apply for Humanity in Action Fellowships in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Berlin, Copenhagen, Paris, Sarajevo, and Warsaw! For more details, visit:
Dr. Jason Koontz, Director of Percussion Studies at EKU, will present his faculty recital, "Three Karnatic Temples," which will exclusively feature music composed by Koontz performed on a variety of instruments, including North Indian tabla, marimba, vibraphone, steel pan, and the dulcimer guitar.
Enjoy a selection of photographs taken from the Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center (IAUNRC) at Indiana University. The photographs are the work of Zilola Saidova, an alumna of Indiana University’s School of Journalism, and her colleague, Shavkat Boltayev. They represent many aspects of everyday life in the former Soviet republic.