VANCOUVER – Washington State University Vancouver presents the Chancellor’s Seminar Series, campus lunchtime presentations Fridays, Sept. 12, Oct. 10 and Nov. 14, in the Firstenburg Student Commons.

Ticket price for each seminar is $30 per person, including lunch and parking, or $80 for all three seminars with registration by Sept. 5.

For more information on each seminar, and to register, see http://www.vancouver.wsu.edu/css, or http://www.vancouverusa.com.

“The Chancellor’s Seminar Series offers an outstanding lineup of speakers from within the WSU community of experts – along with national experts from outside of our institution—to address issues impacting Clark County residents,” said WSU Vancouver Chancellor Hal Dengerink. “We hope that the Chancellor’s Seminar Series will promote civic engagement and education for all in our community.”

By bringing some of the nation’s leading experts to Southwest Washington, WSU Vancouver seeks to stimulate creative and innovative pubic debate and conversation regarding the important issues.

Fall 2008 Chancellor’s Seminar Series –
– Sept. 12, “A Glimpse into the Future of Southwest Washington: How Will We Get There?” Bob Drewel, Executive Director of Puget Sound Regional Council
– Oct.  10, “Building Sustainable Fisheries: How Can We Manage Resources For Future Generations?” Dr. Brian Tissot, WSU Vancouver
– Nov. 14, “Smart Environments: Artificial Intelligence at Home and Beyond” Dr. Diane Cook, WSU Pullman