There was much discussion about the role of the United States and of NATO.
On January 29th, Ketchikan Associate Professor of History John Radzilowski gave an update on the ongoing crisis in Ukraine and the strategic situation in Eastern Europe, “Ukraine, Russia and America: Current Events, Future Prospects.” An audience numbering more than 40 people gathered in the library on the Ketchikan campus to learn about the impact of the war between Ukraine and Russia on the US. There was much discussion about the role of the United States and of NATO. Many people asked questions, which Radzilowski encouraged. ASK UAS has become a recognized “brand” for the Ketchikan Campus and is enjoying a regular following. The Ketchikan Daily News regularly attends to photograph and cover the event in their Weekend edition or education page. KRBD-FM radio is now covering ASK UAS and will be posting the recorded presentations on their webpage. For the February topic, Dr. Kasia Polanska presents: “Roots of Terrorism. Why do they hate us?”, Tuesday, February 24th 6:30 p.m. at the UAS Ketchikan Campus Library.