PLN Presents William Kristol, New World and 2006 Midterm Election
Southern Nazarene University hosts the second Peer Learning Network (PLN) seminar this year with William Kristol on Tuesday, November 14, 2006 at SNU’s Royce Brown Business Building, NW 39th Expressway and Peniel. Event time is 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Kristol is founder and editor of the prominent Washington-based political magazine The Weekly Standard, a “must read” for those who want to understand American politics and society as a whole. A regular on FOX News Sunday, Kristol has been center stage in the foreign policy debate on the war in Iraq and has had significant voice in the political debates of the last decade.
Kristol teaches political science at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and offers a behind-the-scenes perspective from someone who has participated in national politics at the highest level. Often heard to criticize both political parties, Kristol draws on all aspects of his background, domestic and foreign policy and the daily headlines to explain American politics today.
Mr. Kristol will provide Peer Learning members with an overview of the changing nature of the world and America’s position in it. In addition he will provide PLN with a fresh and timely assessment of the November 2006 midterm election results and their implications.
The workshop is part of The Peer learning Network, a program facilitated by Southern Nazarene University, Peer Learning Network partners, comprised of chief executives of local corporations and their management teams that pool their resources to bring world-class presenters to the leaders of Oklahoma’s premiere companies, four times a year.
For more information or for reservations, contact the Office of University Advancement at Southern Nazarene University by calling 405.491.6311 or visit www.snu.edu/pln.
Ticket prices are $40.00 per ticket.
Posted on Wed, October 18, 2006
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