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Campbellsville University announces four KHIPP forums for 2010

Nationally known authorities in their fieldsDr. John D. Stempel, Dr. Robert Ehrenreich, Al Cross, Ronnie Ellis, and Lowell Reese; and Ben Lowe and Dr. Terry Cook, will be the speakers and panelists for Kentucky Heartland Institute (KHIPP) forums this fall at Cambpellsville University

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Campbellsville University's Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy (KHIPP) will offer four topics during the fall semester. Subjects to be discussed are: United Nations, the Holocaust, Election 2010 and Earth Stewardship.

CU's John Chowning, founder of KHIPP serves as moderator of the forums, which are free and open to the public: The forum schedule will be in CM Events. The complete fall 2010 schedule of KHIPP forums follows:

  • Thursday, September 15, 2010, at 5pmET/4pmCT: Dr. John D. Stempel's topic will be ""The State of the United Nations: The Relevancy of its Role in Today's World" This KHIPP forum will be in the Banquet Hall in the Badgett Academic Support Center (BASC) at 110 University DR, Campbellsville, KY
  • Wednesday, October 13, 2010, at 5pmET/4pmCT, Dr. Robert M. Ehrenreich, director of university programs at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, will discuss "The Holocaust" This KHIPP forum will be in the Banquet Hall in the Badgett Academic Support Center (BASC) at 110 University DR, Campbellsville, KY. He will also speak at the university's chapel service at 10amET/9amCT, Wednesday, October 13, 2010, in Ransdell Chapel at 401 N. Hoskins AV, Campbellsville, KY
  • October 19, 2010, at 5pmET/4pmCT, in the Banquet Hall in the Badgett Academic Support Center (BASC) at 110 University DR, Campbellsville, KY, Al Cross, director of the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues, Lowell Reese, founder of the Kentucky Roll Call Inc., a Frankfort-based governmental affairs publishing company; and Ronnie Ellis, Frankfort Bureau reporter for the CNHI (Community Newspaper Holdings, Inc) News Service, will appear in a session on "Election 2010."
  • November 19, 2010, at 5pmET/4pmCT, in the Banquet Hall in the Badgett Academic Support Center (BASC) at 110 University DR, Campbellsville, KY, Ben Lowe, author of "Green Revolution: Coming Together to Care for Creation," and Dr. Terry Cook, state director for The Nature Conservancy in Kentucky, will lead the discussion at this Campbellsville University KHIPP forum.
"The Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy invites you, the concerned citizen and student of the American political process, to attend one or more events to be presented this fall on the campus of Campbellsville University," John Chowning said. All events are free and open to the public."

For more information on any of the sessions, contact Chowning at jechowning@campbellsville.edu or (270)789-5520Information for this article courtesy Joan C. McKinney, Campbellsville University


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