UW-Green Bay’s Center for Middle East Studies and Partnerships will be joining St Norbert College’s Norman Miller Center for Peace, Justice and Public Understanding for a round-table discussion on the Syrian refugee crisis last night (Nov. 12). The event, “We Can’t Look Away: A Conversation about the World Refugee Crisis,” took place on the SNC campus. Featured panelists were Ozum Yesiltas, visiting assistant professor of political science (SNC); Robert Pyne, senior director for community engagement (SNC); David Coury, professor of Humanistic Studies and Global Studies (UWGB); and Katia Levinova, associate professor of Political Science and Global Studies (UWGB).
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9 Jan, 2020