Discussion of Middle East developments is targeted at students

UW-Green Bay students of political science and global studies have been invited to an informal Q&A session at 3:45 p.m. this Wednesday (Feb. 2) in the Cloud Commons cafeteria area of the University Union. (NOTE: As of the day of the event, the location has been moved, to the nearby Phoenix Room B.) Prof. Denise Scheberle, chair of the Public and Environmental Affairs faculty, bills the forum as a chance to hear more about recent developments in Egypt, Tunisia and Lebanon from students and professors with ties to the region. History Prof. Heidi Sherman of Humanistic Studies is organizing the gathering, which will be led by visiting Jordanian scholar Salameh Naimat, UW-Green Bay faculty members who have recently visited the region, and student volunteers.