CWA Begins Monday at CU

In case you’ve been out of town or out of touch, just a brief reminder that the 62nd annual Conference on World Affairs begins Monday morning at 9:00 am on the CU-Boulder campus with a choice of nine panels. This year’s theme is “Free Thinking”.   Monday’s Keynote Speaker is Ike Wilson, speaking on “Rethinking American Power” at 11:30 in Macky Auditorium.  All events in Macky Auditorium will be streamed live on the CWA web site (either video or audio only streams available).  There is a packed schedule through mid-day on Friday, April 9th.  The schedule can be found here.

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