NSSP Hosts 9/11 Ten Years After Symposium

September 1, 2011 - Dorene DiNaro

 The National Security Studies Program (NSSP) is hosting a free conference “9/11 Ten Years After:  Evolving Threats and U.S. Responses” on Thursday and Friday Sept. 22-23 in the UNM SUB Ballroom A.  The symposium is open to all students, faculty, staff and the community. 

During the symposium, national and international experts will discuss the many changes in our lives since the attack on New York and Washington D.C., and what we can expect and plan for in the future.   Some of the session topics include: Al-Qa’ida and franchise terror groups, the Muslim brotherhood and Hizballah, U.S. espionage in New Mexico and much more.

Continental breakfast and lunch will be served on both days, please RSVP to Candace Shirley at 277‑3223 or shirleyc@unm.edu to assist the program in their catering planning.  For more information, please contact the UNM NSSP department at (505) 277-2549.