Dr. James Matray
June 1950-July 1953
KOREA: The Forgotten War
1.5-day Korean War workshop for teachers in the Four Corners. FREE TO ATTEND!
(Download the Workshop Flyer)
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Foreign Relations Policy Papers from University of Wisconsin
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This will be a super event with Dr. James Matray, a nationally recognized Korean War expert from California State University. I strongly encourage you to attend.
Workshop Location: San Juan College Suns Room
Enter through the student center. See Building E on this campus map
The TAH program will provide stipends to participants (see below).
How did we get into that war?
What occurred during the war?
What lasting effect did it have on our nation?
Why is it called “The Forgotten War”?
Why should students still learn about it?
Friday, November 22, 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Saturday, November 23, 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Dr. Miller is working on this, but likely at the college.
$150 for attending both days, submitting a lesson plan, and completing the post survey. If you can only attend Friday, you can still get a $100 stipend.
Dr. Matray will likely send several reading selection prior to the workshop. When I get them, I’ll send them to registered participants.