Susan Schwieger, associate director for liberal arts and sciences, UNI Career Center, (319) 273-6857
Gwenne Culpepper, University Marketing & Public Relations, (319) 273-2761
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa -- 'Careers in the Foreign Service,' a program designed to present students with an opportunity to understand foreign affairs, careers in foreign service and living abroad, will be presented at 3 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 4, on the University of Northern Iowa campus. Stanley A. Otto, the First Secretary for Economic Affairs for the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, will speak in the State College Room of UNI's Maucker Union. His visit is sponsored by the UNI Career Center.
Otto has served as the economics officer in Germany and Nigeria, a commercial and economics officer in Japan, executive director for the Iran-American society, and as a Fulbright lecturer in Taiwan. He received his B.A. degree in romance languages from Harvard University; a master's degree in linguistics from American University in Cairo and his M.A.degree in economics from Yale. He is one of the Secretary of State's Hometown Diplomats, a program that enables U.S. Foreign Service Officers who are nominated by their Ambassadors to discuss their work overseas with domestic audiences.
For more information, contact Susan Schwieger, associate director for liberal arts and sciences at the UNI Career Center, at (319) 273-6857.