HHH Dean Schwartz speaking to AFSA May 31, RSVP required for luncheon talk

THE UPPER MIDWEST CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN FOREIGN SERVICE ASSOCIATION (AFSA)

Invites you to a luncheon meeting with

Dean Eric Schwartz
Humphrey School of Public Affairs

Returning to a Continuing Need
Wednesday, May 31, 2017

12 Noon – Luncheon, Town and Country Club
12:40–1:45 PM, Dean Schwartz, and time for questions and comments

Dean Eric Schwartz has a distinguished record of service in the government both in the legislative and executive branches, in international organizations, and more recently in academia as Dean of the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota since November of 2011. He will shortly be returning to Washington, D.C. to continue his career-long emphasis on human rights and humanitarian concerns aspresident of Refugees International, an independent advocacy organization based in Washington D.C. that focuses on the protection of refugees. We are privileged to have Dean Schwartz with us in his last few days in Minnesota.

Town and Country Club, 300 Mississippi River Blvd. North, St. Paul, located immediately on the St. Paul side of the Marshall-Lake Avenue Bridge
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Our luncheon charge is $30 to cover food and our modest organizational expenses. Students are welcome at a reduced price of $15. Preferred method of registration is to mail your check made out to AFSA to Molly Harris, 4 Cardinal Lane, North Oaks. MN 55127. You may also e-mail your registration to pogopen@usfamily.net or call 651-483-4692.

Please register by Monday, Nov. 28.
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This program continues our series of Frank B. Kellogg lectures honoring the only Minnesotan to have risen to the position of Secretary of State. It is also co-sponsored by Global Minnesota, the St. Paul-Minneapolis Committee on Foreign Relations, and the United Nations Association of Minnesota.
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