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International Education Week 2008: Where the Heck is Ouagadougou, and Why Should I Care?

Wednesday, November 19, 2008Ernest C. Ball Hall Auditorium, Room 127
Public Lecture: Where the Heck is Ouagadougou, and Why Should I Care? - Mr. John Dinger, Principal Deputy Assistance Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research7 p.m. - Ernest C. Ball Hall Auditorium, Room 127

Reception immediately following. 

Mr. John Dinger, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research and former Ambassador to Mongolia, will present a lecture entitled "Where the Heck is Ouagadougou, and Why Should I care? The Importance of U.S. Engagement Abroad".  This lecture will discuss the importance of international engagement on many levels, including diplomacy, bi-lateral relations, international exchange programs, and cooperation on a host of issues such as anti-terrorism and climate change. A reception in the Slocumb Gallery will immediately follow the lecture.
Ambassador Dinger meeting with nomadic herders in remote western Mongolia. (Photo courtesy of Senior Administrative Assistant Luvsanjav, Embassy Ulaan Bator.)

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