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Episode 17: January 28, 2022Political science professor Michael Nelson (pictured) previews the Great Decisions program; theatre professor Vanessa Campagna discusses the upcoming production of The Revolutionists (9:55).
Feb. 10 EventsGreat Decisions discussion forum, juried student art show to begin Wednesday at Monmouth College
‘How the U.S. Lost the Arab Spring’Former U.S. diplomat Mietek Boduszyński will discuss in Nov. 7 campus talk how U.S. failed to turn the Arab Spring into a new era for democracy in the region.
Examining the State of U.S. Diplomacy‘The State of Diplomacy’ to be addressed during March 20 Great Decisions discussion.
Understanding Global Change39th year of Great Decisions to begin Jan. 23 with discussion of “Refugees and Global Migration.”
Peace Corps Prep Welcomed to CampusInterdisciplinary certificate program will give Monmouth students an advantage when applying for Peace Corps service.