“Iraq is collapsing; Russia is bullying; and the US seems war-weary and cautious. Is this a critical moment in US foreign policy? My answer is yes, but that there is even more to it than the headlines.”
When: Wednesday, June 25, 6:30 p.m.
Where: WISH Classroom
Speaker: Shelton Williams, President, The Osgood Center for International Studies
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Shelton Williams is a leader in the field of experiential education and an expert on the issue of nuclear nonproliferation policy. In his over 35 years as a professor at Austin College in Sherman, Texas he created and supervised the college’s Model United Nations team, winning numerous awards at national competitions and transforming a generation of young people into caring, capable, and globally conscious professionals. He has contributed greatly to the field of experiential education through numerous articles and years of faculty training seminars. In addition, he has garnered several major teaching awards for his classes in International Relations, American Foreign Policy, and Comparative Politics.
Dr. Williams has also worked in government, including a tour of duty in the Department of State under Secretary of State Madeline Albright in which he worked extensively on the permanent extension of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty. He also served the Office of International Programs, Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Additionally, Dr. Williams is an accomplished writer. His first non-fiction, Washed in the Blood has received wide critical acclaim and he has several others in progress.
For more information, see http://osgoodcenter.org for details.