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Free and open to public. The Conference is an event initiated in 2010 to create an avenue and forum for policymakers, academics, the Pakistani community, and students interested in the country to come together and discuss the pressing events of the day, as well as to clear misconceptions surrounding Pakistan. This year's guests include Professor Ayesha Jalal (Tufts University), Mr. Arif Hasan (Hilal-i-Imtiaz and Pakistan's preeminent urban planning expert), Prof. Anjum Altaf (Dean, School of Humanities, Lahore University of Management Sciences), Dr.
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Hosted by the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan. Brief program at 5pm on the architecture and interior design of Weill Hall with remarks from Rebecca Blank, Dean of the Ford School, and Sue Gott, University Planner. Available for questions will be three key staff members from the U-M's Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Division: Doug Koepsell, Assistant University Architect. Janet M. Sawyer, Senior Project Manager, University of Michigan Construction Management.
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