Colorado State University - Pueblo Political Science Forum to focus on Narco-trafficking


Colorado State University - Pueblo Political Science Forum to focus on Narco-trafficking

PUEBLO – This year’s Political Science Forum sponsored by the Political Science Club at Colorado State University-Pueblo will feature a panel of experts discussing Narco-trafficking and the Mexican-American Border.

The forum will be held from 5:30-8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2 in the Occhiato University Center Ballroom.

Panelists will include: Santiago Guerra, Ph.D., visiting assistant professor of southwest studies, Colorado College and author of “La Chota y Los Mafiosos: Mexicanos as Casualties of the Border Drug War”; Lynn Holland, Ph.D., lecturer at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver and faculty advisor to the Human Trafficking Clinic at the Josef Korbel Latin American Studies Association; and Michael A. Noll, former director of intelligence (J2) for North American Aerospace Defense Command, US Northern Command and Director of Joint Intelligence Operations Center North. Noll also serves as a Homeland Security instructor at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

Tickets to dinner and the panel are free to the first 50 students to make a reservation by March 26. The forum will cost $10 per person for non-students. To RSVP for the event, contact Josh  Luna, josh.jluna@gmail.com, or Dr. Joel Johnson (joel.johnson@colostate-pueblo.edu)


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