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Upcoming events at Austin Community College: Eastview Campus
Events around Austin Community College: Eastview Campus
Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018
Thursday 9:00am (15 March)
Rednecks with Paychecks Offroad, Saint Jo
History of TV: 'Sapphire & Steel', bizarre 80s British sci-fi
Monday 7:00pm (08 January)
Austin Public, Austin
BTC Cycling presents Red Rock Roubaix Part Deux!
Saturday 5:00am (30 December)
Flitch Coffee, Austin
Hotdog Cinema Club: Winona Forever! Double Feature
Sunday 7:00pm (14 January)
Kitty Cohen's, Austin
Hotdog Cinema Club: Burt Reynolds' Birthday Party
Sunday 7:00pm (11 February)
Kitty Cohen's, Austin
Wendy and Michelle Serve It Up for the Holidays
Thursday 8:00pm (14 December)
Ground Floor Theatre, Austin
Pray For Death! John Carpenter Tribute Show Opening Reception.
Saturday 7:00pm (16 December)
Leona Gallery, Austin
The Iran Nuclear Deal with Ambassador Thomas R. Pickering
When?Start time: Thursday 11:30am (07 December)
End time: Thursday 1:00pm (07 December)
The Austin School will co-sponsor a discussion on The Iran Nuclear Deal. Our co-sponsor is World Affairs Council of Austin, a nationwide non-partisan, non-profit grassroots movement meant to foster understanding and citizen engagement in international affairs. Involving interested citizens in an exchange of ideas, knowledge and understanding of global issues.
The Austin School is a non-profit dedicated to increasing the level of discourse between academia and the public.
Roy Casagranda, Ph.D., Professor of Government at Austin Community College and Founder and President of The Austin School and World Affairs Council of Austin welcome Ambassador Thomas R. Pickering.
Ambassador Pickering is vice chairman of Hills & Company, an international consulting firm providing advice to U.S. businesses on investment, trade, and risk assessment issues abroad, particularly in emerging market economies. He retired in 2006 as senior vice president international relations for Boeing. He has had a career spanning five decades as a U.S. diplomat, serving as under secretary of state for political affairs, ambassador to the United Nations, ambassador to Russia, India, Israel, Nigeria, Jordan and El Salvador. He also served on assignments in Zanzibar and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He holds the personal rank of Career Ambassador, the highest in the U.S. Foreign Service. He has held numerous other positions at the State Department, including executive secretary and special assistant to Secretaries Rogers and Kissinger and assistant secretary for the bureau of oceans, environmental and scientific affairs. He is based in Washington, DC.
The program is open to all at no charge.