Dr. Robert Musil, spokesperson on global warming, environmental health and national security, will conduct several public talks and addresses on environmental stability and how it affects the population at large at Fort Hays State University on the week of Sept. 20.
Musil, PhD, MPH, is chairman of the board of 2020 Vision: Environment, Energy and Security Solutions and Scholar in Residence at the American University School of International Service. Musil is also a Visiting Scholar at the Churches' Center for Theology and Public Policy at the Wesley Theological Seminary, where he teaches about religious responses to global warming. Until 2006, he served as the long-time CEO of Physicians for Social Responsibility, which won the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize.
"Can Citizens Prevent Global Warming?" is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21, at Cafe Semolina.
"Hope for a Heated Planet: What Can You Do About Global Warming?" will be at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 22, in the Memorial Union's Fort Hays Ballroom on the FHSU campus.
"Why Sudents Are Ready to Lead Now," 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, will be in the ballroom.
The events are sponsored by FHSU, the Office of the Provost, the Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Planning Committee, the Faculty Research Association and the Student Government Association.
For more information, contact the Dr. Shala Mills, chair of the Department of Political Science, at 785-628-4425.