Campus: San Francisco State University -- September 21, 2001
Response To Terrorist Attacks: More SFSU Faculty Experts Available To Comment On Stories Following National Tragedy
Members of the San Francisco State University faculty are available to
provide analysis on the effects of the recent terrorist attacks on various
aspects of American business, culture and the U.S. response to the attacks.
Faculty members are closely following events and can provide timely commentary.
For additional assistance in locating an expert, call the SFSU Public
Affairs Office at (415) 338-1665.
Dwight Simpson, professor of international relations, is an expert
on the Middle East, international relations and world politics.
DeVere Pentony, professor of international relations, is knowledgeable
about terrorism, foreign policy analysis and strategic planning
in international relations.
Michael Graham, chair of political science, is an expert on civil
liberties and constitutional issues. Graham can talk about how measures
to protect Americans from terrorist acts might affect the rights of individuals.
Amy Hittner, professor of counseling, is an expert on early
childhood violence intervention and counseling. She can provide insight
on how parents can help their children deal with this tragedy in coming
weeks and months.
Donald Wood, professor of marketing, is an expert in transportation
logistics. Wood is available to speak about how last week's events
may affect the transport of goods across the nation, and internationally.
He expects that more ground transportation may be used, or simply that
less goods will be transported. He can also speak to the logistical difficulties
of military transportation.
Michael Potepan, chair of economics, closely studies the Bay
Area economy and its relationship to the national economy. Potepan
can discuss the possible impact of the terrorist attacks on the local
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