|February 3|| Michael McFaul,
Associate Professor of Political Science at Stanford University and Helen and Peter Bing Senior Fellow, Hoover Institute.
Russia’s Drift Back to Dictatorship: Implication for U.S. National Security
|February 17|| John Arquilla,
Professor, Defense Analysis, U.S. Naval Post Graduate School.
How We Could Lose the War on Terror
|March 2|| Bill Schustik,
This Renaissance Man has Performed on Broadway, Television and Written Scores for Classical Ballet.
Cross the Wide Missouri
|March 16|| Dr. Michael Longaker,
Director of Children’s Surgical Research, Dept. Of Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine.
|April 6|| Eavan Boland,
Bella Mabury and Eloise Knapp Professor in Humanities at Stanford University. Irish poet.
Eavan Boland: A Poet’s Life
|April 20|| Brian Watson,
Special Agent Department of the Treasury; Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation.
How to Protect Yourself from Financial Crimes (I.E. Identity Theft, Telemarketing Fraud and Investment Scams)
|May 4|| John Podesta,
Chief of Staff to President Clinton from 1998-2001.
A View From Washington
|May 18|| Kit Armstrong,
11 Year Old Pianist and Composer. One of the Youngest Students to be Accepted to the Curtis Institute of Music.
Original Compositions, Beethoven, Mozart and Lizt
|June 1|| Michael Watts,
Director of the Institute of International Studies and Professor of Geography at U.C. Berkeley.
The Relationship of Oil to Imperialism and the Making of the Modern World