U.S. Farm Policy, Today and Tomorrow

Donn Teske, President of Kansas Farmers Union
University-Community Forum, held each Wednesday during the academic year in the ECM building at 1204 Oread, is free and open to the University and Lawrence communities. University-Community Forum begins at 12:00 noon, and usually includes a brief question and answer period before concluding at 1:00 p.m. We also serve an optional lunch at 11:30am for $6.50 ($3.50 for students) University-Community Forum is sponsored by Ecumenical Christian Ministries. The Forum brings together the University and Lawrence communities for dialogue on issues and events that shape our community.The Forum also offers a venue for professors to have an interdisciplinary forum for informal discussion, often on topics related to their research interests. For more information, visit: http://ecmku.org/programs/community-and-hospitalit/university-community-forum/
January 23, 2013
12:00 pm - 01:00 pm
ECM Center, 1204 Oread Ave
(785) 843-4933

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