2015 Great Decisions Lecture Series
The Mid North Shepherd’s Center is proud to announce the 2015 Great Decisions Lecture series.
The Great Decisions series is developed by The Foreign Policy Association. The Association is devoted to citizen education and provides concerned individuals with Great Decisions, an annual national discussion program focusing on eight major foreign policy issues.
The sessions will meet on nine consecutive Wednesdays, beginning April 1
11:00 – 11:50 am at North United Methodist Church
3808 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, Indiana
Each session is offered free of charge to the public. An optional $7 lunch is provided after the program.
For more information, please contact the Mid-North Shepherd’s Center at 317-924-0959
April 1, Brazil in Metamorphosis, Steve Cain, UMC Pastor & missionary to Brazil, Ret.
April 8, Privacy in the Digital Age, Scott Shackelford, Prof. Business, Kelley School, IU
April 15, Russia and the Near Abroad, Terry Simmons, Prof., Political Science, IUPUI
April 22, Syria’s Refugee Crisis, Kristin Wright, Advocacy Director, Open Doors USA
April 29, Sectarianism in the Middle East, Fait Muedini, Prof., International Relations Butler U.
May 6, Human Trafficking in the 21st Century, Karen Bravo, Prof. of Law & Assoc. Dean, IU
May 13, India Changes Course, Valerie Khokhar, coordinator for INDYthinks
May 20, U.S. – Africa Relations, Sarah Archer, Global Public Health Expert
May 27, Overview of Series, John Clark, Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, IUPUI
The Mid-North Shepherd’s Center links adults over age 55 together to enrich their lives through interaction with peers.