European Union ambassador to visit DSU on April 9

Courtesy of Madison Daily Leader

On April 9, Dakota State University will be hosting David O'Sullivan, the European Union ambassador to the United States. He will meet with faculty, staff and honor students throughout the afternoon; media and community members are invited to attend a public forum at 5:30 p.m. in the Tunheim Classroom Building Auditorium. "International collaborations have always been important for a vibrant university culture," said DSU President Jose-Marie Griffiths. "We are pleased to bring the world to DSU and DSU to the world." O'Sullivan was appointed ambassador and head of the European Union (EU) delegation to the United States in 2014. As the EU's top diplomat to the U.S., he oversees the bilateral relationship with the U.S. and the direction and work of the EU Delegation, including political economic and commercial affairs. Guest parking will be available in the Karl Mundt Library parking lot, at the corner of Egan Avenue and N.E. 8th Street.

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