A visit by Joseph A. Mussomeli, U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Cambodia, to Rutgers–Newark on Monday, October 9, will culminate in his 5 pm address at the Law School on “American Foreign Policy, Globalization, and International Law.” Sponsors include Rutgers School of Law–Newark, its Global Legal Studies program and student-run International Law Society, the Rutgers–Newark Division of Global Affairs, the Documentation Center of Cambodia’s branch on the Rutgers–Newark campus, and the Office of the Provost.
Mr. Mussomeli, a member of the Foreign Service since 1980, began his career as a general career officer in Egypt. His subsequent tours included the Philippines, North Korea, Sri Lanka, Morocco, and Bahrain. Before his 2005 appointment to the Cambodian post, he served as deputy chief of mission in the Philippines. He holds a J.D. from Rutgers Law–Camden.
The Ambassador’s visit, which will include meetings with groups of faculty and students, reflects the growing role of Rutgers–Newark as a major center of global scholarship and international public policy development. Examples include:
|What:||“American Foreign Policy, Globalization, and International Law”|
|Who:||Joseph A. Mussomeli, U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia|
|When:||5 pm, Monday, October 9, 2006|
|Where:||Baker Trial Courtroom (1st floor), Rutgers School of Law–Newark|