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Professors and policy experts were joined by two Cornell students studying abroad in Cuba (via Skype) for a roundtable discussion on diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, May 4, 2015. The discussion centered around how restoration of diplomatic relations between the two countries has impacted current and future educational exchange programs.
Moderator: Timothy DeVoogd, director of the Latin American Studies Program and professor of psychology.
Speakers: Gustavo Flores-Macias, assistant professor of government; Kenneth Roberts, professor of government; Eduardo Inigo-Elias, coordinator of the Neotropical Conservation Initiative at the Lab of Ornithology; Lynn Roche, public affairs officer for the U.S. Interest Section in Havana; Wesley Schnapp '16; and Ian Pengra '16.