The purpose of the Clark Center for Global Engagement is to advance international education, service and scholarship on the SUNY Cortland campus; to provide an integrated framework to organize and promote all aspects of international education, service and scholar-ship; and to promote a full appreciation of and involvement with the global community. The center shall be concerned with both on campus and off campus, academic and non-academic programs.
Nuclear North Korea and Iran. Practitioners' Views, Tuesday, November 14 @ 1pm, Brockway Hall Jacobus Lounge
When Policymaking is Ruled by Politics: Sharing the Experiences of a Central Banker in Bangladesh, Lecture by Professor Biru Paul (Economics Department), November 9 @ noon, Brockway Hall Jacobus Lounge
Wasp or Mosquito? Lawrence of Arabia and the Turks, Lecture by Edward Erickson, PhD (Scholar-in-Residence, Clark Center for Global Engagement), November 1 @ 12:30pm, Brockway Hall Jacobus Lounge
Human Rights in the Middle East: A Never Ending Crisis. Lecture by Professor Andreas Kotelis (Scholar-in-Residence, Clark Center for Global Engagement), September 27 @ 4:30pm, Moffett 2125 (Brooks Museum Lecture Series)