It’s the flip side of the WikiLeaks story. Should the media be prosecuted for publishing classified information that might jeopardize national security?
Hosted by the College of Communication (COM), come hear from Gabriel Schoenfeld, author of the new book, Necessary Secrets: National Security, the Media and the Rule of Law.
Event: Can Leaks Threaten Our Democracy?
Host: College of Communication
Date: Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Place: School of Management, 4th Floor Executive Dining Room (595 Commonwealth Ave.)
Admission: Free and open to the public
SED‘s Deaf Studies Program is hosting an expected 300 attendees for their Deaf Deaf World (DDW) event tonight from 5-7 in the GSU’s Metcalf Ballroom. The event will be is an opportunity for ASL, Deaf Studies and Deaf Education graduate students to step out and begin to experience and appreciate Deaf Culture and learn about the Deaf world. The DDW experience consists of visiting booths to engage in a conversation regarding specific Deaf life experience. The event will include role-playing and is free and open to the public.
The School of Education (SED) will host their annual Junior Pinning ceremony tonight at 7:30 PM in SMG 105. SED established the event to honor students as they enter the final professional coursework of their academic programs and to provide an opportunity for those students to celebrate their commitment to the education profession. During this ceremony, the junior class will affirm their dedication to the profession by reciting the Boston University Educators’ Affirmation and hear an address from guest speaker Greg Forbes Siegman. Families of our juniors , faculty, staff and alumni are invited to attend the dinner and ceremony.