[WSCSS] Upcoming Educator Workshops - Center for West European Studies at UW
cwes at u.washington.edu
Mon Apr 10 14:38:06 CDT 2006
University of Washington - Jackson School of International Studies
The Center for West European Studies and the European Union Center of Excellence present two workshops on contemporary issues in European and American society:
Terrorism and Transatlantic Relations
April 20, 4:30-7:30
Johnson Hall 022, UW Campus (Seattle)
This 3-hour workshop for teachers and educators will explore how terrorism has influenced American foreign policy and specifically, how the US cooperates with European countries and the European Union on matters of security. David Armitage, the US State Department Senior European Union Analyst and Visiting Research Fellow at the National Defense University Institute for National Strategic Studies, will provide an insider's perspective to transatlantic cooperation and the variables that influence the development of US Foreign Policy. Attendees will receive a copy of the CHOICES curriculum "U.S. Role in the World: Four Futures & Online Ballot," A Teaching Resource on U.S. Foreign Policy that includes a module on Protecting the U.S. Homeland, as well as 3 clock hours.
Who's Got it Better? Women in Europe, or Women in the US?
April 26, 4:30-7:30
Husky Union Building Room 209B
Each year, International Women's Day is celebrated to commemorate the struggle to improve women's lives. As developed economies, countries in North America and Europe have made great strides in the areas of emancipation, employment, and family life. While those countries have all made progress in refining women's rights, they have often followed different paths in pursuit of those goals. Comparing the similarities and differences between them provides a starting point for thinking about what gender equality means and an opportunity to encourage critical thinking in the classroom. This workshop for teachers and educators will be presented in a format to identify similarities and differences from issues ranging from reproductive rights to equal employment on both continents. A group of working women from both sides of the Atlantic will participate in a panel discussion to share their personal experiences. Teachers attending will receive 3 clock hours as well as teaching resources.
Parking, clock hours, materials, and box meals will be provided.
For more information please contact CWES at cwes at u.washington.edu, or 206-543-1675.
To request disability accommodation contact the office of the ADA coordinator at least ten days in advance of the event.
206-543-6450 (voice), 206-543-6452 (TDD), 206-685-3885 (fax), or access at u.washington.edu.
Register for one ($20 each) or both ($35) workshops by mailing a check, payable to the University of Washington, to:
Center for West European Studies, Box 353650, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195
____ Terrorism and Transatlantic Relations ____ Women in Europe and US ____ Both
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Your payment will be processed by Student Fiscal Services (SFS) at the University of Washington. SFS processes checks electronically using the information on the check to create an electronic funds transfer. Each time you send a check, you authorize a one-time transfer where funds will be electronically withdrawn from your bank account. You will not receive your cancelled check as SFS is required to destroy the check after it has been processed.
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