Activities for Fall 1999
F October 15, 1999, 8am-12noon
1st Annual Phi Kappa Phi Symposium
"10th Anniversary: The Fall of the Berlin Wall"
Program arranged by Jurgen Brauer
The symposium was held in conjunction with the annual "A-Day-for-ASU" fundraising event. The symposium features ASU expertise and presents it to the community-at-large. This year's theme reflected on the double occurence of the 10th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the 50th anniversary of the founding of NATO.
Created by Prof. Janice Williams, the program included a section replica of the Berlin Wall, complete with barbed wire and graffiti. The program also included multimedia exhibits on the Berlin Wall, with live internet camera links to Berlin, a Berlin radio station, a mutimedia exhibit on NATO, and on the EU, as well as a book display featuring literature on US-European security concerns and current publications by ASU faculty in this area of research. There was also a display on the University System of Georgia European studies program which include ASU faculty.
The academic portion of the program included two feature presentations, one by political scientist Paul Harris who spoke on migration in Europe, the other by economist Jurgen Brauer whose slide show presentation is available online.
Th November 11, 1999, 1-2pm
Forum, "What IS Evolution?"
Presenters: Dr. Russell Stulken (Biology) and Dr. Gary Stroebel (Chemistry)
The Towers, Washington Hall
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