Jackson School Outreach Centers
Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies
and the Center for International Business Education and Research
School of Business Administration
University of Washington
are proud to sponsor
International Updates:
Trends and Transitions in Your World

How often have you wanted to keep up on international current affairs but have been unable to find the time? Make this the year that you resolve to expand your horizons by attending our annual lecture-dinner series. "International Updates: Trends and Transitions in Your World" offers the latest insights from top University scholars, convenient early evening programs, and dinner catered by a local ethnic restaurant.

Location: Walker-Ames Room, Kane Hall, University of Washington Campus

Time: 5:30-8:00 PM

Dates & Topics:

Wednesday, February 4th, South Asia

Population and Economics in Asia and Africa

Anil Deolalikar, Associate Professor, Economics

Wednesday, February 18th, Jewish Studies

Israel and the Middle East Peace Process

Joel Migdal, Professor

Wednesday, March 4th, International Business

Global Information and Telecommunications Industries

David Gautschi, Professor of Marketing and International Business, Director, CIBER

Wednesday, March 18th, West Europe

European Union and Prevention of Transnational Crime

Dr. Peter Hobbing, Visiting Professor of European Studies & Principal Administrator at the European Commission

Wednesday, April 1st, Middle East

Kuwait After the Gulf War

Brannon Wheeler, Assistant Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilization:

Wednesday, April 15th, Russia, East Europe and Central Asia

Post-Soviet Pains: Welfare and Health Care Reform in Central Asia

George Wright, Associate Professor, Department of Family Practice, School of Medicine, University of Washington

Wednesday, April 29th, East Asia

The Pacific: The New Center of the Global Political Economy?

Donald Hellman, Professor of International Studies and Director of the APEC Study Center

Wednesday, May 13th, Southeast Asia

The Overseas Chinese and the Integration of Asian Economies

Gary Hamilton, Professor, Sociology and Acting Director, Southeast Asia Center

*Clock hours are available*

Please mail this registration form and seminar fees ($20.00 per person, per session) to:

Jackson School Outreach Centers
Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies
Attn: International Updates Registration
University of Washington
Box 353650
Seattle, WA 98195-3650

Or call (206)543-4852 for more information.

To request disability accommodations, contact the office of the ADA coordinator at least ten days in advance of the event, (206) 543-6450 (voice); (206) 5443-6452 (TDD); (206) 685-3885 (FAX); access@u.washington.edu(email).

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REGISTRATION: International Updates: Trends & Transitions In Your World

Last Name_____________________ First Name______________________


City___________________________ State_____________________ Zip__________

Daytime Phone_________________________ FAX_____________________________


School/School District________________ Grade Level Taught__________________

Please specify dates for which you are registering:

_February 4th: South Asia

_February 18th: Jewish Studies

_March 4th International Business

_March 18th West Europe

_April 1st Middle East

_April 15th: Russia, East Europe and Central Asia

_April 29th East Asia

_May 13th Southeast Asia

Please check if:

_vegetarian meals are desired _clock hours are desired

Dinner-lecture fee $20.00 per session, per person - check or money order only - payable to the University of Washington. DEADLINE for registration is one week prior to the session you plan to attend.