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John Knight, assistant professor of Modern Middle East History, responds to questions in a crowded Ballroom A.

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Malek Abdul Jaber was among numerous students who posed questions and responded to experts on the Egypt conflict.

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Among faculty at the forum was Mark Higbee, professor of History.

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Dr. Stephen Burwood, Director of International Programs at EMU, was among those who pushed for the event to take place and provided insight.

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The grand ballroom of the Student Center quickly filled with eager responders.

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Erica Mooney, an Urban Planning major at EMU, raises the issue of youth literacy on the Egypt crisis.


Teach-In on the Situation in Egypt

Academic Programs Abroad coordinated a “teach-in” on the developing conflict in Egypt. Several faculty and numerous students responded to experts on the situation Thursday night at the Student Center.

Published February 3, 2011
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