Tue, Apr 11|
Grasping the Reality of the Earthquakes in Turkey and Northern Syria
Hear from panelists, who are from Turkey and still have family there, will share the current situation on the ground after two earthquakes, including personal stories about the earthquake, and how you can help with earthquake relief.
Time & Location
Apr 11, 9:00 AM
Highland Heights, Student Union, 20 Kenton Dr, Highland Heights, KY 41076, USA
About the event
Personal stories and guidance on how to help Two earthquakes with magnitudes of 7.8 and 7.6 hit Turkey within a span of 10 hours on February 6. More than 160,000 buildings across 11 provinces either collapsed or were severely damaged. Officially, more than 58,000 people died in Turkey and in neighboring Syria. Many believe the loss of life and property to be much greater than the official numbers. Our panelists, who are from Turkey and still have family there, will share the current situation on the ground, personal stories about the earthquake, and how you can help with earthquake relief.
Panelists: • Dr. Bulent Erenay, Assistant Professor, Haile College of Business at NKU • Dr. Ada Cenkci, Associate Professor, College of Arts and Sciences at NKU • Dr. Murat Ozer, Associate Professor, School of Information Technology at University of Cincinnati • Dr. Mehmet Sulu, Lecturer, Special Education at NKU • Moderator: Mark Neikirk, executive director, NKU’s Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement Join the Northern Kentucky Forum for this engaging, informative hour. You can attend in-person at the NKU Student Union 105 or virtually via Zoom. A link will be sent a few days for the event if you plan to attend virtually.
This event takes place in NKU's Student Union in room 105