locally, thinking globally
from five nations will talk about the "The Global Environment
in Sacramento" during the Melvin and Audrey Shore Endowed Lecture
Series at California State University, Sacramento, noon to 1:30
p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 4, in the University Union's Hinde Auditorium.
The lecture is free and open to the public.
The panel will focus on international trade issues and how they
relate to Sacramento and California. The guest panelists include:
Donald Carlton Burns, consul general, Austria; Edward J. Hurley,
M.D., consul, New Zealand; Jane R. Wheaton, honorary consul, France;
Anthony Virgadamo, vice consul general, Italy; and Jose Luis Soberanes
Reyes, consul general, Mexico.
Melvin and Audrey Shore Endowed Lecture Series on International
Trade was established at CSUS by citizens, civic leaders and businesses
of Northern California. It honors Melvin Shore's 37 years of outstanding
and distinguished service in advancing international trade and his
contributions in developing and directing the Port of Sacramento.
For more information, contact Thomas A. Matlock, CSUS College of
Business Administration, at (916) 278-6578. Media: For assistance,
call public affairs at (916) 278-6156.