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Drake University will host a panel discussion Tuesday, Nov. 28, on “The Globalization Game: Who Wins? Who Loses?” The event, which is free and open to the public, will start at 7 p.m. in Parents Hall North, Olmsted Center, 29th Street and University Avenue.
David Skidmore, professor of politics and international relations and director of Drake’s Center for Global Citizenship, will moderate the discussion, which is sponsored by the center and the University of Chicago Alumni Association.
Three of the five panelists hold graduate degrees from the University of Chicago — Wallace Huffman, the Charles F. Curtiss distinguished professor of agriculture at Iowa State University; Mark Kende, the James Madison chair of constitutional law and director of the Constitutional Law Center at Drake; and Guoping Shu, a research scientist at Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc. Also serving on the panel are Sajeda Amin, senior associate at the Population Council; and Jimmy Senteza, associate professor of finance at Drake.
For more information, call the Drake Center for Global Citizenship at 515-271-3843.