From The Public Diplomacy Council (full disclosure: I’m a member):
The Public Diplomacy Council: An Evening with Four Authors
Bill Kiehl, Sherry Mueller, Mark Overmann, Tom Tuch
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
6:30 – 8:00 PM
DACOR BACON HOUSE
1801 F Street NW
Please RSVP to PDC@PublicDiplomacyCouncil.org or call (202) 387-5209
GLOBAL INTENTIONS LOCAL RESULTS: How Colleges Can Create International Communities
by William P. Kiehl, Ed. D.
Global Intentions Local Results is an in-depth look at the influence of campus internationalization on local communities. Case studies at three very different small colleges in three small communities in Pennsylvania illustrate how colleges faced challenges to bring the world to their communities.
WORKING WORLD: Careers in International Education, Exchange, and Development
by Sherry L. Mueller & Mark Overmann
Working World is the perfect resource for making sound career choices, and is particularly valuable for those interested in exploring a career in international education, exchange, and development. It is an intergenerational dialogue about identifying your cause and charting a career
ARIAS, CABALETTAS, AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS: A Public Diplomat’s Quasi-Musical Memoir
by Hans N. Tuch
Arias, Cabalettas, and Foreign Affairs recalls the author’s devoted engagement with music, especially opera, in the context of his 35-year long career in the US Foreign Service. In these memoirs Hans “Tom” Tuch shares fascinating stories from his Cold War service in Moscow, Sofia, and Berlin.
Books will surely be available at the event or through the Amazon.com links above.