National NPR Correspondent To Shed Light On Terrorism in McPherson College Lecture.
Dina Temple-Raston - national security and counter-terrorism correspondent for National Public Radio - is coming to McPherson College on Nov. 3 to talk about current terrorism news and how it fits into the larger picture of national security.
The Flory Public Policy Lecture starts at 4 p.m. in the college’s Mingenback Theatre with Temple-Raston talking on the subject: “Behind the Scenes of Today’s Terrorism Cases.”
Temple-Raston has worked as a foreign correspondent for Bloomberg News in Asia, opening Bloomberg’s Shanghai and Hong Kong offices for its financial wire and radio services. During the Clinton Administration, she was also Bloomberg’s White House correspondent, while also covering finance and economics for “USA Today” and “CNNfn.”
She joined NPR in March 2007, and her work appears regularly on national NPR news magazine programs.