ACU alum to speak today about combating weapons of mass destruction


Media Advisory
Oct. 25, 1999

WHO:

Greg Sheppard, Abilene Christian University class of 1974, works for the United States government in an effort to keep the world safe from nuclear attacks. He oversees a program that assists Ukrainian engineers and physicists in the supervision of enriched uranium in Ukraine, a former member of the Soviet Union. As a scientist, Sheppard understands what happens when a nuclear weapon explodes.

WHAT:

Sheppard will speak today about "Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction: 'The Sum of All Fears' or 'A Clear and Present Danger?'"

WHERE:

Room 350 of the Foster Science Building on ACU's campus

WHEN:

3 p.m. today (Monday, Oct. 25)

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Last update: Oct. 25, 1999
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