Reflections on WAS 2020

Reflections on WAS 2020

The future is in GOOD hands! Barbara Engebretsen Rotarian, Wayne Rotary Club (Wayne, Nebraska) The following letter was submitted earlier this summer from World Affairs Seminar Board Member and Rotarian from the Wayne Rotary Club in Wayne, Nebraska. Last week we heard...

A Message to Delegates & Parents

..PUBLISHED APRIL 09, 2020. Dear 2020 Delegates and Parents, We have been hard at work preparing for the 2020 World Affairs Seminar: Hunger in a World of Plenty. To those who have already submitted their applications, welcome and congratulations on your selection to...

A Statement Regarding the 2020 Seminar

PUBLISHED APRIL 02, 2020. To our colleagues and supporters, The threat of the Coronavirus Pandemic has made it necessary for leadership of the World Affairs Seminar to revise our 2020 offering.  This decision has been made with an abundance of caution, and with...

A Message from WAS Regarding COVID-19

PUBLISHED MARCH 23, 2020. To our colleagues and supporters, This is to bring you up to date on this year’s World Affairs Seminar. As you know, the situation is changing rapidly as new information is made available about COVID 19 We have been in close contact...

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

PUBLISHED MARCH 12, 2020. The Wisconsin World Affairs Council (dba World Affairs Seminar) is closely monitoring the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Our staff and board of directors are staying abreast of recommendations made by government and public health...
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