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Thursday, November 3, 2016
Hill Hall Lecture Room L05
Dr. Richard Joseph
The John Evans Professor of
International History and Politics at
Dr. Richard Joseph has known Barak
Obama since he served in the Illinois
State Senate. On the eve of the 2016
general elections, he asks; "How do we
assess Obama's Presidency in a fractured
nation and contentious world?" He will
conclude with reflections on the Obama
Post-Presidency. You don't want to miss
this timely discussion. Please RSVP to
firstname.lastname@example.org no later than,
Monday, October 31st.
Learn more about Winston-Salem State University's
Master's in Business Administration (MBA) program
at our upcoming open house.
R.J. Reynolds Center, Room 107
6H0 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Winston-Salem, NC 27110
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