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Eastern Professor to Discuss Change in the Balkans

Written by Sarah Swann

 

EricMartin2.JPGWillimantic, CT -- Eric Martin, associate professor of business administration at Eastern Connecticut State University, will discuss opportunities and obstacles to social, economic and political change in the Balkans, a southeastern peninsula located in the European continent.  The presentation will take place at 3 p.m. on March 3 in Eastern's Student Center Theatre.  The public is invited.  Admission is free. 

            Martin's work is based upon his research and teaching as a Fulbright scholar at the University of Belgrade in Serbia.  His research involved nearly 200 interviews with development assistance professionals in the field.  While living in Serbia, Martin traveled extensively throughout the Balkans. 

            Martin holds a Bachelor of Science in environmental studies from the University of Vermont; a Masters of Public Affairs in comparative international affairs from Indiana University; and a doctorate in public administration with a concentration in organizational theory from Rockefeller College at the University of Albany.  Martin was a Peace Corps volunteer in Poland from 1992-94. 

 

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