September 20, 2007

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LEWISBURG, Pa. — The Bucknell University College Democrats and the Bucknell Caucus for Economic Justice will host a faculty panel on the Iraq War Thursday, Oct. 4, at 7 p.m. in Room 268 of the Olin Science Building.

The panel discussion is open to the public.

Faculty members from a number of disciplines will each briefly discuss one aspect of the war. The panel and topics include:

William Flack, associate professor of psychology, who will discuss post-traumatic stress disorder; Tony Massoud, associate professor of political science, who will discuss regional context/impact; Bill Gruver, professor of management, American strategy; and Steve Stamos, professor of international relations, economics.

The panel, moderated by a faculty member, also will take questions from the audience.

"We hope this panel will promote awareness, as well as a thoughtful debate about the war in the campus and the community," said Bucknell senior Brian Thiede of the Bucknell Caucus for Economic Justice.


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Posted Sept. 20, 2007