Learn about international export control compliance at March 6 lunch

Involved in research with international partners? Buy or sell information, materials or equipment internationally?

If so, attend “What are export controls and do they apply to me?”—a discussion about the role Case Western Reserve University Export Control Compliance Program plays in international exchange. Lisa Palazzo, director of export control and privacy management, will provide an overview of pertinent regulations with a focus on nondomestic research partners, international agreements and policy changes to adhere to new international laws.

The event is part of the Center for International Affairs’ Global Talk Series and is open to all faculty and staff. It will take place Thursday, March 6, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Tomlinson Hall’s Telepresence Room 139.

Lunch will be provided.

To attend, RSVP to internationalevents@case.edu by March 4.