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|7:00 pm Oct 11th||"Germany Meets the U.S." Lecture on the German-American Business Landscape Thomas Commons|
Join us at 7 p.m. in Hedges in the Thomas Commons for a lecture by Joshua Seeberg, manager of the Skills Initiative at the German-American Chamber of Commerce in Chicago. Mr. Seeberg will talk about the vast and varied presence of German companies in the United States (and especially the Midwest), the economic, political, and cultural opportunities and challenges of this sort of transatlantic business model, and internship and career opportunities for Cornell students in industries such as business and engineering. Question and answer session to follow Mr. Seeberg's lecture.
|11:00 am Oct 13th||HAIG Lecture Series Thomas Commons|
|7:00 pm Oct 13th||"Germany Meets the U.S." Lecture on international trade Thomas Commons|
Join us at 7 p.m. in Hedges for a lecture by Wesley Carrington, senior attorney at John Deere in Moline, Illinois, (and formerly an international trade attorney at Hogan Lovells U.S. LLP in Washington, D.C.). Mr. Carrington, a native of Iowa City, will discuss international trade and the flow of goods between Germany and the United States, some of the current political and economic dynamics of regulating imports and exports, and his experiences working with foreign and domestic governments to resolve trade issues. He will also offer thoughts and advice for Cornell students interested in pursuing careers in law and international relations. A question and answer session will follow Mr. Carrington's remarks.
|7:00 pm Oct 18th||Kollman Lecture: "Sakagawea's Capture and the History of the Early West." Kimmel Theatre|
Professor Elizabeth Fenn, winner of the 2015 Pulitzer Prize in History, will deliver the Kollman Lecture, "Sakagawea's Capture and the History of the Early West," at 7 p.m.
|6:00 pm Oct 19th||Garth Greenwell reading Van Etten-Lacey House|
Garth Greenwell, author of WHAT BELONGS TO YOU, will read from his novel and answer questions. WHAT BELONGS TO YOU has been longlisted for the National Book Award, named a Best Book of 2016 by numerous magazines, and is an LA Times Bestseller. The event is hosted by the Center for the Literary Arts.
|11:00 am Nov 10th||HAIG Lecture Series Thomas Commons|
|11:00 am Dec 8th||HAIG Lecture Series Thomas Commons|
|11:00 am Jan 26th||HAIG Lecture Series Thomas Commons|
|11:00 am Feb 23rd||HAIG Lecture Series Thomas Commons|
|11:00 am Mar 30th||HAIG Lecture Series Thomas Commons|
|11:00 am Apr 27th||HAIG Lecture Series Thomas Commons|
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