August 9, 2020

Hamon Discusses Legacy of the Great War and WWI Memorial

Political Science and International Affairs Adjunct Instructor David Hamon

Political Science and International Affairs Adjunct Instructor David Hamon

Political Science & International Affairs Adjunct Instructor David Hamon was the featured guest recently on AM Radio Station KGVO in Missoula, MT during the Missoula area World Affairs Council weekly radio show.  As part of the U.S. World War One Centennial Commission, he discussed progress on building a National WWI Memorial in Washington, D.C. and outlined the historic role the United States played in the war as well as the historic legacy of “the war that changed everything.” Hamon participated the full program and took questions from the radio audience. Hamon directs Veterans & Military Service Organization Affairs for the National WWI Centennial Commission.  http://ww1cc.org/memorial

 

Hamon Contributes to Government Simulation on Future of Southeast Asia

Adjunct Instructor David Hamon

David Hamon, Adjunct Instructor in the Political Science & International Affairs Department, was a major contributor to a high-level U.S. Government simulation held in Washington D.C. in mid-November on the future political, social, and resiliency of the Southeast Asia region. The simulation focused around the Mekong river and the many actors/organizations involved in the viability of ecosystem.

World War I centennial, monument to be discussed in Manassas (whatsupwoodbridge.com)