The National Security Studies Program, which prepares students for careers in national security, is holding a two-day symposium, Global-Cyber Impact: Society and World Politics," on Wednesday-Thursday, March 30-31 in the new Science and Math Learning Center Auditorium, west of Mitchell Hall.

The Global-Cyber Impact symposium features panels of top national security experts, and distinguished speakers, including a journalism professor who provides an eyewitness account of the Tahrir Square uprising. Topics range from the Iranian Stuxnet virus centrifuge attack to the Tunisian-Egyptian-Libyan Revolutions, and how cyber warfare and the new media are redefining national security, modern conflict and societal change.

The symposium is open to UNM faculty, staff and students.

For more information, email Candace Shirley, or call (505) 277-3223.

Media contact: Carolyn Gonzales, 277-5920; e-mail: cgonzal@unm.edu