October 21, 2016
SSU welcomes Dr. Yashwant Pathak at 11 am on Fri., Oct. 21, in the Flohr Lecture Hall in the Clark Memorial Library.
Shawnee State University welcomes Dr. Yashwant Pathak as part of the 2016-17 Jane M.G. Foster Distinguished Lecture Series at 11 a.m. on Fri., Oct. 21, in the Flohr Lecture Hall in the Clark Memorial Library.
Dr. Pathak will present “International Negotiations in Asian Countries with Special Reference to India.” His lecture discusses how India is emerging as one of the developed nations of the world, but it is important to understand the legal dilemmas it is facing, as well as its relation with international strategic order. Dr. Pathak will examine India’s traditional understanding of humanity, and proposes the way forward for India in the 21st century. His lecture will also examine the defense and strategic dilemmas of India and its future prospects.
Dr. Pathak has worked in academics for over 15 years at University of South Florida College of Pharmacy in Tampa, FL, where he is currently the Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs. He has directed the Center for Nanotechnology Education, Research and Applications (CENTRA) for two years and is associated with Nanotechnology Education and Research Center in College of Engineering and Translational Nanomedicine Center in the College of Medicine. Dr. Pathak has over 100 research publications, edited four books about nanotechnology, and received several research grants, the most recent for antioxidant nano delivery systems in neurodegenerative diseases.
Dr. Pathak is actively involved in many professional and cultural organizations. His recent area of interest is eastern and indigenous perspectives in global sustainability and conflict resolution. Dr. Pathak received his BPharm, MPharm and Ph.D. in Pharmaceutics from Nagpur University in India and a postdoctoral training at Royal Free Hospital in London. He completed his Executive MBA and MS in Conflict Management at Sullivan University, Louisville, KY.
“We are extremely pleased and honored to have Dr. Pathak come and present at Shawnee State as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series. He is one of the most well-known experts on South Asia and we can all benefit from his knowledge about India and its geo-political relations in that region,” said Dr. Lavanya Vemsani, Professor of Asian History and Religious Study at SSU and organizer of the DLS event.
Dr. Pathak’s presentation is free and open to the SSU and Portsmouth community.
The Jane M.G. Distinguished Lecture Series is sponsored by the SSU Development Foundation.
For more information, contact Dr. Vemsani at firstname.lastname@example.org.