U.S.-Europe Economic Relations topic of Wednesday SCC seminar

Robert Francis

Shoreline Community College Professor Robert Francis will speak on U.S.-Europe Economic Relations Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m., part of the symposium, America & the World in a Presidential Election Year, organized by the International Education, Global Affairs Center. The center’s executive director is Larry Fuell of Edmonds.

Francis will explore whether relations with Europe important, and if so, how and why, and how do U.S. electoral politics impact on that relationship. The acting dean of the Social Science Division, Francis has taught Economics and International Studies at Shoreline Community College for 17 years, and one of his hobbies is explaining to students, faculty and anyone else who will listen the intricacies of global finance.

The lecture will be at Shoreline Community College, 16101 Greenwood Ave. N., Room 9208 PUB, and is free and open to the public.

 

One Reply to “U.S.-Europe Economic Relations topic of Wednesday SCC seminar”

  1. I thought this guy was a washed up basketball player from the Harbor square athletic club. Global finance. Bob, whats that got to do with basketball? Ha! ha!

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