SECWAC Information for Guest Speakers

Southeast Connecticut World Affairs Council (SECWAC) welcomes 8-10 guest speakers per year, September through June. If you’re interested in being a guest speaker at one of our monthly meetings in the southeast Connecticut […]

6 | March 2018

Tuesday 2:12 AM

Press Release: Caroleen Sayej, “Nationalism in Post-Saddam Iraq”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Paul Nugent, Executive Director Southeast Connecticut World Affairs Council 860-388-9241, Caroleen Sayej, Associate Professor of Government and International Relations at Connecticut College, presents ‘Patriotic Ayatollahs: Nationalism in Post-Saddam […]

19 | December 2018

Wednesday 8:01 PM

Recap: Rob Hernandez, December 2018

Dear Members, If you were among the capacity crowd of over 120 members and guests attending the December meeting at the Old Lyme Country Club, you know you were in the presence of […]

18 | December 2018

Tuesday 8:11 PM

Recap: Captain Paul Whitescarver, September 2018

Dear Members, I hope you had the good fortune to attend our inaugural meeting of the 2018-2019 Speaker Season last week at Connecticut College. After our Annual and Board meetings at which Milt […]

28 | September 2018

Friday 12:20 PM

Thank You Letter to SECWAC Members

June 17, 2018 Dear Friend of SECWAC, On behalf of the Program Committee, I write to thank you for your support of SECWAC during our 2017-2018 Speaker Season.  As we prepare for the […]

20 | June 2018

Wednesday 2:20 PM

Recap: Alexis Dudden, Ph.D., April 2018

“A wonderful presentation by a dynamic speaker.” “A brilliant presentation on the current situation in Korea in the context of 20th-century history.” “Her talk was absolutely riveting.” So ran comments from attendees at […]

22 | April 2018

Sunday 2:34 PM


Mission Statement

The mission of the Southeast Connecticut World Affairs Council (SECWAC) is to foster an understanding of issues of foreign policy and international affairs by study, debate, and educational programming, primarily through a Speakers Series of 8 to 10 monthly meetings.


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