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Please Mark Your Calendars for these upcoming January events!

We hope all is well and wish you a very Happy New Year!

      As part of Global Studies’ Winter Program on US National Security Policymaking, People to People Delaware will be participating in an open forum focused on confronting anti-Americanism in the 21st century, at UD’s campus on the evening of January 9, 2018,  Gore Hall Room 103 from 6-8pm.   (Note: Gore Hall is on Route 896 about 1/2 way between Morris Library & the Trabant Center on 896. The overhead pedestrian walkway ends right in front of this building).                                                                                                        On Tuesday, January 30, People to People  will  host a related event for Global Studies’ public policy specialists  from around the world at a “Meet & Greet Buffet Dinner”  at Michael’s Restaurant (across from Christiana Hilton) at 6:00 pm, 1,000 Churchman’s Road, Newark, DE 19713.  $22 for dinner plus cash bar.  All are welcome to attend. Please come & do bring guests!                                                                                                                               Please rsvp for the Jan 30 event. $22 per person. Checks should be made out to PtPDE and mailed to John Pastor, Treasurer. P.O. Box 25064, Wilmington, DE 19899.                                 For more information on UD’s forum, please contact Daniel C. Bottomley, Ph.D., Associate Director, Global Partnerships & Programs, Institute for Global Studies. (302) 831-2852

Please spread the word to your friends and colleaguesand anyone else who might like  f to attend the. We’ll be sure to have some great and informative sessions!

NOTE to PtPDE: BOARD MEETING will be held Wednesday Jan 10 at Kirkwood Highway Library, parking behind the building.

Thanks, and Happy New Year!

Kim Burdick, MA, MPA, Executive Director



About the Author Kim Burdick

Kim Burdick, MA, MPA is the Executive Director of People to People Delaware. She has a Masters in Public Administration from the College of Urban Affairs, University of Delaware, and also a Masters in Museum Studies and American Folk Culture from the Cooperstown Graduate Program. In 2017, she was named Communicator of Achievement by the Delaware Press Association. In 2009, she was awarded les Palmes Academiques by the French Government for her work on the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route (NPS-WARO),