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JSIS 495: Task Force - Winter 2015: Home

This guide is for the students in JSIS 495 to help guide them in their research for their capstone projects.

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Winter 2015 Library Workshop Schedule




Workshop Day/Time



JSIS 495 A

Reforming U.S. Foreign Aid Policy and Administration

Smith, Adam

Wed., Jan. 7, 8:30-10:20

OUGL Learning Studio 102


JSIS 495 B

Human Trafficking: Addressing U.S. & Washington State Policies

Basu, Sutapa

Mon, Jan. 12, 2:30-4:20

Suzzallo Instruction Lab

Hartnett & Pearson

JSIS 495 C

Rethinking Large-scale Ocean Conservation

Christie, Patrick

Wed., Jan. 7, 12:30-2:20

OUGL Learning Studio 102

Richards & Collins

JSIS 495 D

Extractive Industries & Social Conflict in the Andes

Lucero, Tony

Thu., Jan. 8,

OUGL Learning Studio 102

Raftus & Nolan

JSIS 495 E

Rethinking U.S. Military Bases in Japan & Korea

Sorensen, Clark

Thu., Jan. 8,

Research Commons/Green A

Keller, Yi & Tanaka

JSIS 495 F

Managing Afghanistan's Mineral Wealth

Montgomery, Scott

Tue., Jan. 13,

Suzzallo Gov. Pubs. Instruction Lab

Banerjee & Parsons

JSIS 495 G

Human Rights in the Middle East & North Africa

Basic, Denis

Thu., Jan. 8, 10:30-12:20

OUGL Learning Studio 102

St. Germain & Hornby

JSIS 495 I

Promoting Human Rights & Healing in the Wake of a Civil War: The Case of El Salvador

Godoy, Angelina

Thu., Jan. 8,

Research Commons/Red C

Pearson & Collins

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