Energy Security to be Discussed by Top Security Consultant at Aquinas College
The World Affairs Council of Western Michigan is proud to announce, for her third visit to Grand Rapids, Dr. Sheila Ronis, a security consultant to the highest levels of U.S. government, begins an important discussion about a comprehensive national energy policy and its national security implications.
How can the Nation plan in a proactive sense to be ready for the future, let alone shape one, without such a framework? Dr. Ronis, Director of the Center for Complex and Strategic Decisions at Walsh College, presents "Lessons from the National Defense University's workshop: Energy Security as a Grand Strategy," that she helped organize in Washington, D.C. Her Energy Scenario in 2040 will be shared along with steps toward an Energy Security Grand Strategy for the United States.
This Thursday, October 30, at 7 p.m., Dr. Ronis will speak at Aquinas College, Albertus Hall, Room 119.
There is FREE parking right at the door at Albertus Hall with additional free parking at the Performing Arts Center at Aquinas College, and the lecture hall is immediately off the entrance to the building.
Cost: $10 for members, $15 for non-members
(Non-members can sign up for a free email membership and get member pricing)
For more information visit www.worldmichigan.org, or call 616.776.1721.