CAUSA conference at Georgetown U, an update
Last week Ken Sinkovitz mentioned in his interview that the CAUSA organizations of Georgetown and Harvard Universities will run a Cuban-American student news conference at Georgetown, with 100 Cuban-American students from 25 different schools, and many international students from Europe and South America. The conference is scheduled for this weekend, for April 8-10, 2005
Students from the following American schools are attending,
Catholic University of America
Carnegie Mellon University
Florida International University
Florida State University
George Washington University
Loyola University- Chicago
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Notre Dame University
University of Central Florida
University of Florida
University of Miami
University of Pennsylvania
Belen Jesuit Prep. School (Miami, FL)
St. Brendan High School (Miami, FL)
On today’s schedule: Opening Session featuring keynotes and selected honorary guests:
Jose Maria Aznar (Confirmed), Mart Laar (Invited), Luis Alberto Lacalle (Confirmed), Dean Robert Galucci (Confirmed).
Panel on Cuban internal and external variables: Orlando Gutierrez (Confirmed William LeoGrande (Confirmed) and Carlos Saladrigas (Confirmed).
Panel on comparative transition models: Eusebio Mujal-Leon (Confirmed) and Arturo Valenzuela (Confirmed).
Tomorrow,Saturday, April 9th:
Opening Session featuring Cuban internal pro-democrat leaders: Oswaldo Paya Sardinas, Vladimiro Roca, Berta Antunez, Dagoberto Valdez and Raul Rivero.
Panel on international community and Cuba: Luis Lacalle (Confirmed), Philip Dimitrov (Pending) and Carlos Alberto Montaner (Confirmed).
Panel on the role of youth: Damian Fernandez (Pending) and Ricardo Ortiz (Confirmed).
For further information on the conference, contact Cuban American Student Association
Office of Student Programs
316 Leavey Center
Washington, DC 20057
L. Felice Gorordo Email: CASA@georgetown.edu