EVENTS

SEPTEMBER 2014 - MAY 2015

OCTOBER 23 - DECEMBER 11

American Studies Certificate Course

The U.S. Embassy is pleased to offer a 7-week Certificate Course in American Studies students and instructors of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv from any faculty or department. Classes will take place from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm each Thursday from October 23 – December 11, 2014 at 14 Shevchenko Blvd. Room 85 (across from Shevchenko Park but NOT the big red main building). The course will take place in the English Language and Information Center (ELIC) at the Institute of Philology. The language of instruction is English. Participants who attend at least five lectures will receive a certificate of completion from the U.S. Embassy at the final session.

Course Schedule

October 23: American Music Instructor: Kevin McCaughey o History of American Song o Ukrainian-American Music Connections o Sing Along

October 30: Current Issues: The U.S. Supreme Court Instructor: Greg Naarden o Focus on three major decisions recently: gay marriage, Obamacare and election laws/campaign finance

November 6: The U.S. Education System Instructor: Sharon Ryan

November 13: Religion in America Instructor: Greg MacDonald o History of Religion in America and Important Events o Religious Diversity in America - How We Got There

November 20: Diversity/Immigration Instructor: Ken Toko o Immigration trends and issues o Diversity in society, diversity in the workplace

November 27: THANKSGIVING DAY (no lectures)

December 4: The Inter-State Highway System Instructor: Chris Greller

December 11: Science and Technology in American Society Instructor: Larry Pixa o The Role of Government: Local, State, and Federal o Supporting Democratic Principles: Citizen Empowerment and Government Transparency & Services o Seminal Trends: Workforce to Crowdsource, Software as a Service, Convergence, and Disruptive Technologies

Course Instructors:

Kevin McCaughey is the Regional English Language Officer (RELO) at the US Embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine. RELO also covers Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, and Moldova. Kevin has Masters degrees in TEFL and Creative Writing. He worked as a trainer of English teachers in more than 20 countries, most recently in South Africa. Kevin likes to record original songs for language learning and to get students and teachers moving in the classroom.

Greg Naarden is originally from Dallas, Texas, and he studied law at the University of Texas. Prior to joining the State Department, he worked as a lawyer for the UN, serving in peacekeeping missions in Bosnia and Kosovo. As a diplomat, he has served in Germany, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Washington DC and now, of course, Ukraine. Greg currently serves as the Deputy Consul General at the Embassy.

Greg MacDonald is the Supervisory General Services Officer at the U.S. Embassy, responsible for all logistical support for the mission. He previously served at the American Embassies in Moscow, Baku, Sofia, Zagreb, Copenhagen, and Tallinn. Prior to joining the U.S. State Department he served in United States Air Force. He has a Masters of Divinity from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from the University of Massachusetts. Born in Boston, he is a huge fan of all Boston sports teams. Go Pats and Bs!!!

Kenichiro (Ken) Toko is a career Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Department of State. He is currently Deputy Political Counselor at the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine. Prior to this, Ken served as Deputy Unit Chief in the Political Section of the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, Special Assistant in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research in Washington D.C., Political and Consular Officer in Shanghai, and Consular Officer in Taipei, Taiwan. Prior to joining the State Department, Ken worked in government relations and as assistant to the CEO of Sony Corporation in Tokyo, Japan. He received his BA in East Asian Studies at Columbia University and MA in Foreign Policy/International Relations at Georgetown University.

Lawrence Pixa is the Economic Trade Officer. He previously served as U.S. Vice Consul to Montréal, Québec, Canada. Prior to his diplomatic career Lawrence worked 10 years in the information & communications technology (ICT) sector as a senior technology and business strategist at Microsoft Corporation. Prior to Microsoft Lawrence worked 10 years in a number of program management roles at the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in the domain of high performance computing (supercomputing) research and development. He is a graduate of Georgetown University (B.S. Languages and Linguistics) and George Mason University (M.A. Science and Technology Policy). Mr. Pixa is from Seattle, Washington State.

  • EVERY WEDNESDAY from 1.30 p.m.to 2.30 p.m.

    ENGLISH SPEAKING CLUB

    Join informal discussions with native speakers of English!
  • FEBRUARY 2014 - MAY 2014

    MARCH 13 - APRIL 24 (on Thursdays from 1.00 p.m.to 2.00 p.m.)

    American Studies Club by the U.S. Embassy in UKraine

    The U.S. Embassy is pleased to offer a 7-week Certificate Course in American Studies for students and instructors of Kyiv Shevchenko National University from any faculty or department. Classes will take place from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm each Thursday from October 24 – December 12, 2013 at 14 Shevchenko Blvd. Room 85 (across from Shevchenko Park but NOT the big red main building). The course will take place in the English Language and Information Center (ELIC) at the Institute of Philology. The language of instruction is English. Participants who attend at least six lectures will receive a certificate of completion from the U.S. Embassy at the final session.

    Course Schedule

    March 13: The States and the Federal Government Instructor: Joseph Rozenshein The unique American federal structure has been sometimes a battle and other times a partnership between the national government and state governments. This lecture will discuss the history of American federalism, the sometimes controversial idea of “states’ rights,” and federalism’s current impact on topics ranging from speed limits to gun control.

    March 20: American Holidays and Traditions Instructor: Kira Mitre Based on Edward T. Hall's iceberg model theory of culture, I plan to teach a class about American Culture, both the holidays and traditions that like lie above the surface and the values and beliefs that lie below the surface that are the driving factors for a culture, including civic values, volunteerism, philanthropy, and much more.

    March 27: All Politics is Local Instructor: Steve Pazan One of the greatest legislators of the US Congress, Thomas “Tip” O’Neill, a Democrat, was the Speaker of the US House of Representatives during the Reagan years. Even though he worked on international issues, he famously said that “all politics is local” in order to describe to people the motivations behind the actions of certain Members of Congress. People are sometimes surprised at how our Federal system encourages representatives to “vote their Districts.” We will talk about how this concept affects today’s Representatives, including how one becomes a politician in the US, and how one gets re-elected.

    April 3: A History of American Feminism Instructor: Alexandra Evans This presentation will provide an overview of feminist thought and influence in the U.S. starting from the nation’s founding. It will cover prominent figures advocating for women’s rights and equality, an overview of the various “waves” of feminism and a look at the current state of gender equality in the U.S.

    April 10: TBD

    April 17: TBD

    April 24: TBD

  • EVERY WEDNESDAY from 1.00 p.m.to 2.00 p.m.

    ENGLISH SPEAKING CLUB

    Join informal discussions with native speakers of English!
  • SEPTEMBER 2013 - MAY 2014

  • EVERY WEDNESDAY from 1.30 p.m.to 2.30 p.m.

    ENGLISH SPEAKING CLUB

    Join informal discussions with native speakers of English!
  • OCTOBER 24 - DECEMBER 12 (on Thursdays)

    American Studies Club by the U.S. Embassy in UKraine

    The U.S. Embassy offers a 7-week American Studies Club for students and instructors of Kyiv Shevchenko National University from any faculty or department. Classes will take place from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm each Thursday from October 24 – December 12, 2013 at 14 Shevchenko Blvd. Room 85 (across from Shevchenko Park but NOT the big red main building). The course will take place in the English Language and Information Center (ELIC) at the Institute of Philology. The language of instruction is English. Participants who attend at least six lectures will receive a certificate of completion from the U.S. Embassy at the final session.

    Club Topics:

    October 24: A History of American Feminism Instructor: Alexandra Evans This presentation will provide an overview of feminist thought and influence in the U.S. starting from the nation’s founding. It will cover prominent figures advocating for women’s rights and equality, an overview of the various “waves” of feminism and a look at the current state of gender equality in the U.S.

    October 31: The U.S. Educational System Instructor: N. Kumar Lakhavani This presentation will highlight the U.S. Education system, type of colleges, types of degrees and institutions. It will also talk about how our education system works including the number of years of college for different degrees, approximate costs and living when going to school in the U.S.A.

    November 7: The United States Military Instructor: Chris Greller This session will focus on the structure of the American Military and how it interacts with the civilian led political structure. We will cover: • Brief history of service formation • Significant legislation- Goldwater–Nichols Act • Who works for who? NSC, JCS, OSD, COCOMS? • Lasting effects- The concept of “jointness” • The US Military’s impact on the American Education System (Draft, ASVAB, GED, ROTC)

    November 14: The States and the Federal Government Instructor: Larry Socha The unique American federal structure has been sometimes a battle and other times a partnership between the national government and state governments. This lecture will discuss the history of American federalism and its current impact on topics ranging from speed limits to gun control.

    November 21: A History of U.S. Immigration Instructor: John Bush Description TBD

    November 28: No Class Class will not be held on Thursday, November 28, in observance of American Thanksgiving.

    December 5: American Culture Through Food Instructor: Tamy Sternberg-Greller Description TBD

    December 12: American Holidays and Traditions Instructor: Kira Mitre Based on Edward T. Hall's iceberg model theory of culture, I plan to teach a class about American Culture, both the holidays and traditions that like lie above the surface and the values and beliefs that lie below the surface that are the driving factors for a culture, including civic values, volunteerism, philanthropy, and much more.

    FEBRUARY 2013 - MAY 2013

    APRIL 10, 2013 @ 2.30 p.m.-3.50 p.m. The Assembly Hall

    Meeting with American writer Davidson L. Haworth, the author of "The Prali Trilogy." Davidson will discuss fantasy books with Taras Shevchenko University students and professors.

    FEBRUARY - APRIL 2013 (on Thursdays)

    American Studies Certificate Course

    The U.S. Embassy is pleased to offer a 10-week Certificate Course in American Studies for students and instructors of Kyiv Shevchenko National University from any faculty or department. Classes will take place from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm each Thursday from February 21 – April 25, 2013. The course will take place in the English Language and Information Center (ELIC) at the Institute of Philology. The language of instruction is English. Participants who attend at least nine lectures will receive a certificate of completion from the U.S. Embassy at the final session.

    Course Schedule

    February 21: Immigration and the U.S. Instructor: Dan Reeder o Highlights of the Immigration Process. o Famous Ukrainian-Americans.

    February 28: Law and Order. How crimes are prosecuted in the U.S. Court System. Instructor: Dan Reeder o Role of police and law enforcement (arrests, evidence, witnesses). o Prosecutors and defense lawyers. o Constitution and amendments (Miranda Act, Burden of Proof) o Judicial Independence Courts.

    March 7: American Poetry and Literature. Instructor: Leo A. Jilk o The American Poetic Tradition; o Famous American Women Writers and Poets

    March 14: American Film. Instructor: TBD o History of Film and Hollywood. o Director and Actors – an American Pantheon. o Classic moments in American Film. o Documentaries as an expression of civil society.

    March 21: States Vs. The Federal Government. Instructor: Larry Socha o Local School District and Federal Mandates. o Local Elections. o How the Federal Money influences State Governance.

    March 28: U.S. Educational System. Instructor: Alix Evans (Tentative) o Primary, Secondary and Post Secondary. o Associate Degrees and Junior College. Economically advantageous. (direct transfer programs) o University system: Public versus Private. Liberal Arts versus State Research Universities. o Application process: Start preparing in August and take advantage of student advising centers. (including contact information at American Councils office)

    April 04: The Power of the Supreme Court: How Landmark Cases Impact American Culture and Society. Instructor: Eric Anderson Federalism and the Supreme Court – Balance of Power. How the Supreme Court Works. Landmark Cases in U.S. History Recent cases that are defining the United States

    April 11: Cross Cultural Communication – Comparative Discussion of American Cultural Norms. Instructor: Jim Thorn o Customs and traditions in America. o A sense of timing: punctuality and time management.

    April 18: Personal Finance in America – How to Pay for the American Dream. Instructor: Natella Svistunova o Savings and Investments. o Retirement. o Home ownership. o Paying for college and education.

    April 25: Topic to be Determined by Class Participants. Instructor: Dan Reeder (tentative)

    Course Instructors:

    Daniel Reeder is a U.S. Federal Law Enforcement Agent working for the U.S. Department of State. He is currently based at the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv and serves in the Regional Security Office. Mr. Reeder received Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Washington. Prior to coming to Kyiv, Mr. Reeder worked in Washington DC and Los Angeles. Before joining the Foreign Service Mr. Reeder served in the United States Marine Corps and Army. He is a native of Washington State.

    Leo A. Jilke is a Office Management Specialist for the U.S. Embassy and former writing instructor at the University of Los Vegas.

    Jim Thorn is Vice Consul at the U.S. Embassy specializing in American Citizen Services. Before joining the State Department, he held director-level positions in international development organizations operating in the United States and overseas. In addition, he was a Small Enterprise Development volunteer with Peace Corps in Kyrgyzstan, as well as a cross-cultural trainer for new Peace Corps Volunteers. He was Adjunct Professor of Intercultural Communication at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont from 2008-2012. A native of California, Mr. Thorn holds a Masters degree in International and Intercultural Management from the School for International Training in Vermont.

    Arthur Evans is a Public Affairs Officer at the U.S. Embassy specializing in cultural and educational exchange programs. His previous tours include Quito, Ecuador and Tbilisi, Georgia. Prior to joining the U.S. Department of State he was a Peace Corps and United Nations Volunteer in Kyrgyzstan. He has an Masters from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. Mr. Evans is from Wooster, Ohio.

    Natella Svistunova is Vice Consul at the U.S. Embassy and a career Foreign Service Officer. Prior to her assignment in Kyiv she was posted to the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City, Mexico. Prior to joining the Department of State Ms. Svistunova was an attorney specializing in intellectual property and contracts law. She earned her BA and JD at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon.

  • ON WEDNESDAYS @ 1.00 p.m.-2.00 p.m.

    ENGLISH SPEAKING CLUB

    Join informal discussions with native speakers of English! The first meeting will be on February 20, 2013
  • SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER 2012

    October 11, 2012 - December 20, 2012 @ 1.00 p.m.-2.00 p.m.

    The U.S. Embassy is pleased to offer a 10-week Certificate Course in American Studies for students and instructors of Kyiv Shevchenko National University from any faculty or department. Classes will take place from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm each Thursday from October 11, 2012 through December 20, 2012. The course will take place in the English Language and Information Center (ELIC) at the Institute of Philology. The language of instruction is English. Participants who attend at least nine lectures will receive a certificate of completion from the U.S. Embassy at the final session.

    Course Schedule

    • October 11: Immigration and the U.S. Instructor: TBD o Highlights of the Immigration Process. o Famous Ukrainian-Americans.

    • October 18: Law and Order. How crimes are prosecuted in the U.S. court system. Instructor: Dan Reeder o Role of police and law enforcement (arrests, evidence, witnesses). o Prosecutors and defense lawyers. o Constitution and amendments (Miranda Act, Burden of Proof) o Judicial Independence Courts.

    • October 25: – American Presidential Elections. Instructor: Arthur Evans o History of the bipartisan system. o Popular vote vs. state delegate. o Candidates and their platforms. o Pick your platform: mock vote as a class exercise.

    • November 01: U.S. Educational System. Instructor: TBD o Primary, Secondary and Post Secondary. o Associate Degrees and Junior College. Economically advantageous. (direct transfer programs) o University system: Public versus Private. Liberal Arts versus State Research Universities. o Application process: Start preparing in August and take advantage of student advising centers. (including contact information at American Councils office)

    • November 08: The American Financial System after the Financial Crisis. Instructor: TBD o Causes of the crisis. o Political and Financial Reaction to the Crisis. o Programs to Rebuild the Economy. o Regulation and the role of Government.

    • November 15: American Film – Instructor: TBD o History of Film and Hollywood. o Director and Actors – an American Pantheon. o Classic moments in American Film. o Documentaries as an expression of civil society.

    • November 22: Holiday

    • November 29: Cross Cultural Communication – Comparative Discussion of American Cultural Norms. Instructor: Jim Thorn (Tentative) o Customs and traditions in America. o A sense of timing: punctuality and time management.

    • December 06: American Sports and Gender. Instructor: TBD o Who plays what? Popular and niche sports in the U.S. o Youth sports administration – the little league dad and the soccer mom o College sports and Title 9. o The growth of women’s professional sport.

    • December 13: Personal Finance in America – How to Pay for the American Dream. Instructor: TBD o Savings and Investments. o Retirement. o Home ownership. o Paying for college and education.

    • December 20: Topic to be Determined by Class Participants. Instructor: TBD

    Course Instructors:

    Daniel Reeder is a U.S. Federal Law Enforcement Agent working for the U.S. Department of State. He is currently based at the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv and serves in the Regional Security Office. Mr. Reeder received Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Washington. Prior to coming to Kyiv, Mr. Reeder worked in Washington DC and Los Angeles. Before joining the Foreign Service Mr. Reeder served in the United States Marine Corps and Army. He is a native of Washington State.

    Arthur Evans is a Public Affairs Officer at the U.S. Embassy specializing in cultural and educational exchange programs. His previous tours include Quito, Ecuador and Tbilisi, Georgia. Prior to joining the U.S. Department of State he was a Peace Corps and United Nations Volunteer in Kyrgyzstan. He has an Masters from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. Mr. Evans is from Wooster, Ohio.

    Jim Thorn is Vice Consul at the U.S. Embassy specializing in American Citizen Services. Before joining the State Department he taught English in Kyrgyzstan and was an international development specialist. He has taught courses on cross-cultural communication at U.S. Universities.

  • ON WEDNESDAYS @ 1.00 p.m.-2.00 p.m.

    ENGLISH SPEAKING CLUB

    Join informal discussions with native speakers of English!
  • FEBRUARY 2012 - MAY 2012

  • ON THURSDAYS @ 1.00 p.m.-2.00 p.m. MARCH 1, 2012 - APRIL 26, 2012

    American Studies Certificate Course

    The U.S. Embassy is pleased to offer a 10-week certificate course in American Studies for students and instructors of Kyiv Shevchenko National University from any faculty or department. Classes will take place from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm each Thursday from March 1, 2012 through April 26, 2012. The course will take place in the English Language and Information Center (ELIC) at the Institute of Philology. The language of instruction will be English. Participants who attend at least 7 lectures will receive a certificate of completion from the U.S. Embassy at the final session.

    Course Schedule

    • March 1: What is an American? U.S. Demographics and the Melting Pot. Instructor: Dan Reeder - Multiculturalism in the U.S. and contributions of immigrants. Melting Pot versus salad bowl. The American dream, what is it?

    • March 8: Holiday

    • March 15: The American Financial System after the Financial Crisis. Instructor: Marc Gartner - Causes of the crisis. o Political and Financial Reaction to the Crisis o Programs to Rebuild the Economy o Regulation and the role of Government

    • March 22: Immigration and the U.S. Instructor: Natella Svistunova - Highlights of the Immigration Process o Famous Ukrainian-Americans

    • March 29: Law and Order. How crimes prosecuted in the U.S. Court system. Instructor: Dan Reeder - Role of police and law enforcement (arrests, evidence, witnesses). o Prosecutors and defense lawyers. o Constitution and amendments (Miranda Act, Burden of Proof) o Judicial Independence Courts.

    • April 5: – U.S. Presidential Elections. Instructor: Arthur Evans - History of the bipartisan system. Cost of modern political campaigns at presidential, campaign. Popular vote vs. state delegate. Probably talk about the candidates and their platforms. Do a vote at end of class or explore demographic identities of Dem and Republicans.

    • April 12: America’s Space Program. Instructor: Dan Reeder - Origins of the space program (WWI and WWII) o Kennedy and the lunar landing - the impact of seeing the earth from space as a single planet (flat versus round perspective). o Space Shuttle program o MIR and Russian Rocket program

    • April 19: U.S. Educational System. Instructor: Natella Svistunova o Primary, Secondary and Post Secondary; o Associate Degrees and Junior College. Economically advantageous (direct transfer programs) o University system: Public versus Private. Liberal Arts versus State Research Universities; o Application process: Start preparing in August. Contact student advising center (give contact information at American Councils office)

    • April 26: Personal Finance in America – How to pay for the American dream. Instructor: Marc Gartner o Savings and Investments o Retirement o Home ownership o Paying for college and education o Certificate Ceremony / Graduation at end of the Class

    • May 3: Holiday

    Course Instructors

    Daniel Reeder is a U.S. Federal Law Enforcement Agent working for the U.S. Department of State. He is currently based at the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv and serves in the Regional Security Office. Mr. Reeder received Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Washington. Prior to coming to Kyiv, Mr. Reeder worked in Washington DC and Los Angeles. Before joining the Foreign Service Mr. Reeder served in the United States Marine Corps and Army. He is a native of Washington State.

    Marc Gartner is a Foreign Service Officer working for the U.S. Department of State. He is currently based at the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv and where he serves in the Economic Section. Mr. Gartner holds a Master of Business Administration from UCLA. Prior to joining the Foreign Service, Mr. Gartner worked in finance in Los Angeles, California, and calls beautiful California his home.

    Natella Svistunova is Vice Consul at the U.S. Embassy and a career Foreign Service Officer. Prior to her assignment in Kyiv she was posted to the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City, Mexico. Prior to joining the Department of State Ms. Svistunova was an attorney specializing in intellectual property and contracts law. She earned her BA and JD at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon.

    Arthur Evans is a Public Affairs Officer with the U.S. Embassy specializing in cultural and educational exchange programs. His previous tours include Quito, Ecuador and Tbilisi, Georgia. Prior to joining the U.S. Department of State he was a Peace Corps and United Nations Volunteer in Kyrgyzstan. He has an Masters from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. Mr. Evans is from Wooster, Ohio.

    Registration: To sign up for the class, please contact the English Language and Information Center staff (14 Shevchenko Blvd, room 85, tel.: 239 31 05).

  • ON WEDNESDAYS @ 1.00 p.m.-2.00 p.m.

    ENGLISH SPEAKING CLUB

    Join informal discussions with native speakers of English! The first meeting is on February 1.
  • SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER 2011

  • ON WEDNESDAYS @ 1.30 p.m.-2.30 p.m.

    ENGLISH SPEAKING CLUB

    Join informal discussions with native speakers of English!
  • September 8 (THURSDAY)@ 1.00 p.m.-2.20 p.m.

    Phsychology Lecture: CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION

    Presenter: Jimmy Hill

  • ON THURSDAYS @ 1.00 p.m.-2.00 p.m.

    A 10-week Certificate Course in American Studies by the U.S. Embassy for students and instructors of Kyiv Shevchenko National University from any faculty or department. Classes will take place from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm each Thursday from October 13, 2011 through December 22, 2012. The language of instruction will be English. Participants who attend at least 9 lectures will receive a certificate of completion from the U.S. Embassy at the final session.

    Topics to be covered will include: • What is an American? – U.S. Demographics and the Melting Pot • Modern American Political Parties and Elections • Immigration to the U.S. • American Hegemony and the Global War on Terrorism • U.S. Educational System and Modern Culture • America’s Space Program • Student Life in America/Working Life in America • And other topics, based on the expressed interests of the students

    Course Instructor:

    Daniel Reeder is a U.S. Federal Law Enforcement Agent working for the U.S. Department of State. He is currently based at the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv and serves in the Regional Security Office.

    Mr. Reeder received Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Washington. Prior to coming to Kyiv, Mr. Reeder worked in Washington DC and Los Angeles. Before joining the Foreign Service Mr. Reeder served in the United States Marine Corps and Army. He is a native of Washington State.

  • December 16 (FRIDAY)@ 1.00 p.m.-2.20 p.m., room 81

    Phsychology Lecture: FINDING HOPE IN A COLD WORLD

    Presenter: Jimmy Hill

  • strong Instructor: Dan Reeder - Origins of the space program (WWI and WWII) o Kennedy and the lunar landing - the impact of seeing the earth from space as a single planet (flat versus round perspective). o Space Shuttle program o MIR and Russian Rocket program

    • April 19: Phsychology Lecture:

    liCourse InstructorsArthur EvansON THURSDAYS @ 1.00 p.m.-2.00 p.m.