Reflections on the Future of Afghanista and Iraq
Date(s) - 04/17/2014
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Presented by the Humanities Speakers Series and the Office for Global Initiatives at West Virginia University at Parkersburg.
THURSDAY, APRIL 17 at 11 A.M.
College Theatre (room 1305)
Emmanuel Ogwude and Khalid Haider
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
OGWUDE is a native of Nigeria and is currently pursuing a PhD in Conflict Resolution with a research focus on Afghanistan. Last year, Ogwude conducted field research in Kabul, Afghanistan. A WVU Parkersburg alumnus,Ogwude is the Program Manager in the Student Welcome Center.
WVU Parkersburg solar energy tech. student, HAIDER has lived in West Virginia for the last three years. Born in the Sinjar District of Mosul Province in Iraq, Haider is a member of Iraq’s Yazidi community. He began working at the age of seven and held several other jobs before obtaining his last position in Iraq as a translator for the US Military.
THE PROGRAM IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
A Q & A SESSION WILL FOLLOW THE PRESENTATION.
For more information about this special program, please contact Dr. Nancy Nanney at ude.puvwnull@yennaN.ycnaN or 304-424-8361