Cross-posted with the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life
Ukraine-Russia Crisis: A Series of International Livestream Conversations
The Wesleyan community is invited to meet in-person and on Zoom for a series of international livestream conversations with students, journalists & civic leaders in Ukraine.
The first event in the series is a student panel that will include students from Taras Shevchenko Institute for International Relations, together with students Melaniya Podolyak, a civic activist and communications expert from Lviv, Ukraine, currently studying at the master’s program at the School of Public Management and Oleksii Diatlov, a QA engineer in the state company Prozorro, Kiev, and veteran of the Russian-Ukrainian war, both currently studying at the master’s program at the School of Public Management in Ukrainian Catholic University.
Remote access link:
Friday, February 25
noon to 1 pm
Fisk 201 (Global Studies Commons)
Grab-and-go lunch will be provided.
Additional series events:
* Journalist Panel: Friday, March 4, noon to 1 pm, Fisk 201
* Civic Leaders Panel, Friday, March 11, noon to 1 pm, Fisk 201
The series is sponsored by the College of the Environment, the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, the Fries Center for Global Studies and the Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies Program.
All attendees must follow Wesleyan’s most current covid guidelines found at https://www.wesleyan.edu/keep-wes-safe/.