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Quinnipiac offers free seminar on consequences of Russian invasion of Ukraine

The Arnold Bernhard Library at Quinnipiac University in Hamden

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HAMDEN — Quinnipiac University is offering a free seminar designed to help people better “understand the political, ethical, economic and security consequences of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine,” the university said.

Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: What’s At Stake? will be held from 6 7:30 pm Tuesday in the Echlin Center, Room 101, at Quinnipiac, 275 Mount Carmel Ave., according to an email from John Morgan, associate vice president for public relations.

Residents can attend the discussion in person or via Zoom, Morgan noted. Those interested in watching virtually can register at https://bit.ly/3HtnNRO.

Morgan said the panel for the event will include Anat Biletzki, professor of philosophy and women and gender studies; Sean Duffy, professor of political science and director of the Albert Schweitzer Institute; Mohammed Elahee, professor of international business; Frederick Scholl, associate teaching professor and director of the cybersecurity program; and Gedeon Werner, Novak Family Polish Chair.

Christopher Ball, Istvan Szechenyi Chair in International Economics and director of the Central European Institute at Quinnipiac, will moderate, Morgan said.

The event is “part of the Provost’s Series on Faculty Scholarship and Engagement, which highlights Quinnipiac faculty scholarship that enhances our understanding of and capacity to respond to pressing issues of local, national, or international importance,” Morgan said.



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