LABOR FALL LECTURES 2018
- Tuesday, October 30 – Why Unions Still Matter! – starts at 6 pm
This engaging talk by Labor Educator, Diane Thomas-Holladay, examines the relevance of unions in the 21stCentury and the role unions have in building America’s future. Why Unions Still Matter, is an informative and enlightening presentation, developed by the Labor Education Program of the University of Arkansas Little Rock, in conjunction (IATSE) and makes the case that strong unions are an essential component of a strong and stable economy. To reserve your place, please register below.
Presented by The IATSE Education and Training Department & United Scenic Artists Local 829.
Tuesday, November 6th at 6.30 pm – The Army Corps of Engineers’ Worldwide Presence and Operations – A Strategic Update with Major General Jeffrey L. Milhorn
Major General Jeffrey L. Milhorn is Commander and Division Engineer of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, North Atlantic Division. As Division Commander, Major General Milhorn oversees an annual program of more than $5 billion to plan, design and construct projects to support the military, protect America’s water resources, mitigate risk from disasters, and restore and enhance the environment. He is also responsible for a variety of Division engineering and construction activities for international, federal, state and local governments and agencies in more than a dozen Northeastern states as well as overseas.
During his lecture, Major General Milhorn will discuss the complex logistics of managing this immense program. He will outline the vital role the Army Corps plays in both responding to and abating the impact of disasters, nationally and internationally. In addition he will provide a strategic update on future plans for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. To reserve your place, please click here
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.