Tag Archives: geopolitics

The Origins of the Cold War: A Debate between Dr. Marko Dumancic and Dr. Jack Thacker

Tuesday, April 29, 2014, 4pm, Cherry 210 Winston Churchill, Harry S. Truman, and Joseph Stalin met in Potsdam, Germany, July-August 1945 (Gilder Lehrman Collection)

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Why Do Ukraine and Crimea Matter to Americans? A Panel Discussion with Experts from WKU

 A Panel Discussion with Experts from WKU Thu, Apr 3, 7pm, Mass Media & Technology Hall (MMTH) 236 A map showing the disputed areas near Russia in red (Laris Karklis / The Washington Post) Panelists Michael McClellan, Minister-Counselor of the U.S. … Continue reading

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Recent pattern of weather extremes continues in 2013

Climate science research increasingly suggests a link between climate change and weather extremes, as Dr. Foster points out below (highlighted) If you are interested in personally exploring the impacts of climate change in Northern Europe, take a look at the … Continue reading

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Our Energy Future: The WKU screening of Switch

The Department of Geography and Geology and the WKU Office of Sustainability invite you to a screening of the film Switch, an awarding winning documentary on what it will take to switch from our current sources of energy to a … Continue reading

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Visualizing the MOOC debate on Twitter & globalizing higher education and research

RT @GlobalHigherEd: Visualizing the #MOOC debate/juggernaut on Twitter (8-14 March 2013) #MOOCs http://t.co/kWyKUXWQ6o Since I have been blogging a lot about MOOCs and global higher education lately, and since this visualization is just too good to resist, I am not … Continue reading

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