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2009-2010 Programs


2009-2010 REPORT


May 14, 2010

Coffee and Currents:  U.S.-China Relations

Reading Material:

"The G-2 Mirage: Why the U.S. & China aren't ready to upgrade ties" Foreign Affairs, Mar-Apr 2010

"A Wary Respect" Economist, October 24, 2009


May 25, 2010

Financial Literacy Seminar:  Smart Money Skills for College

The Global Affairs Center, the Worldly Philosophers and Dismal Scientists' Society of Shoreline Community College, and BECU (a community credit union) hosted a seminar that addressed, among other things, personal budgeting tips, ways to protect yourself from identify theft and fraud, and how to increase your future spending power and learn to build and manage credit.


April 15-May 27, 2010

Great Discussions 2010:  a community forum for debating global issues

Small group discussions with students, staff and members of the off-campus community of current foreign policy issues, utilizing the Great Decisions curriculum prepared by the Foreign Policy Association of New York.


April 22, 2010

Y.P. Chan:  Clean Energy Technologies

Y.P. Chan is the Chief Operating Officer at Delaware Power Management Systems Corp, an advanced electric vehicle (EV) power train system solutions provider.  Mr. Chan spoke on three clean energy alternatives:  solar energy, wind energy, and electric cars, as part of Earth Week activities at SCC.


April 15, 2010

Coffee and Currents:  The Life Cycle of Great Power

Reading Material :

Niall Ferguson, "Complexity and Collapse," Foreign Affairs, March-April 2010


February 22-25, 2010

Four Days to Change the World: International Humanitarian Assistance

A week-long campus symposium organized in partnership with other campus and community organizations that highlights work of groups on-campus and in surrounding region, as well as opportunities for student engagement.


January 15, 2010

Campus Discussion:  Haiti Earthquake Situation

A public meeting on the situation and relief efforts underway in Haiti since that nation was rocked by an earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale on Wednesday, January 12.  The program included an update on the situation in Haiti, the response of public and private organizations, and a discussion of how individuals can help. The meeting was attended by students, faculty, and staff , as well as citizens in  the surrounding community.


November 9-24, 2009

Healthcare Reform around the World

Weekly discussions of healthcare reform in other countries with invited guests.


November 5, 2009

Coffee and Currents:  American Health Care Reform

Reading Material:

David Goldhill, "How American Health Care Killed My Father," Atlantic Monthly, September 2009