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Sep 4

Tuesday Sep 4, 2012

ND Forum Event

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Location: DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

This is the kick-off event for this year's Notre Dame Forum, which is on the theme of challenges facing American democracy

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Sep 6

Thursday Sep 6, 2012

"The Left in Mexico Today: Is there a Future for the 132 Movement?"

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Location: Hesburgh Center Room C103

Mexico Working Group Panel Discussion Series Diálogos: Conversations with Mexico "The Left in Mexico Today: Is there a Future for the 132 Movement?"

Discussion with Elisa Servin, Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia, and Guillermo Trejo<http://kellogg.nd.edu/faculty/fellows/trejo.shtml

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Sep 13

Thursday Sep 13, 2012

Charles Kesler: Barack Obama and the Crisis of Liberalism

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Location: Eck Hall of Law Room #1130

Thursday, September 13:  Charles Kesler (Claremont McKenna)

12:15 p.m. at Eck Hall of Law Room #1130
Books will be sold before and after the lecture.
“Barack Obama and the Crisis of American Liberalism.”
Discussing his newly published book  I Am the Change:  Barack Obama and the Crisis of Liberalism

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Sep 19

Wednesday Sep 19, 2012

"Crisis of the Euro"

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Location: Hesburgh Center Auditorium

Panel discussion featuring:

Jeffrey Bergstrand- Professor of Finance

Robert Fishman- Professor of Sociology

Alexandra Guisinger- Assistant Professor of Political Science…

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Sep 19

Wednesday Sep 19, 2012

Considering Grad School?

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Location: 204 O'Shaughnessy

On Wednesday, September 19, the department will hold a meeting for students thinking about graduate school. The purpose of the meeting is to provide the information you will need in order to determine if graduate school is right for you, and to learn more about what you can do now to prepare.

We will go over the different types of graduate program-in particular the difference between Ph.D. programs in political science and M.A. programs in public policy or international affairs-provide an overview of the application process, and talk about what people do with these degrees.…

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Sep 21

Friday Sep 21, 2012

"Professors for Lunch" Series

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Location: North Dining Hall "F-wing"

"Professors for Lunch" Series
Friday, September 21:  Faculty panel on HHS mandate

1"Why is ND Suing the Obama Administration to Protect Religious Freedom? And Should it Be Doing So?"
2:00 p.m. at the North Dining Hall "F-Wing"
Lunch provided – open to the ND community

Co-sponsored by the Office for Undergraduate Studies and the Dean's Fellows…

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Sep 21

Friday Sep 21, 2012

"Accidental Egalitarianism: How the National Defense Education Act of 1958 and the Higher Education Act of 1965 Promoted Gender Equality in U.S. Higher Education"

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Location: 119 O'Shaughnessy Hall

Deondra Rose, the newest introduction to the Political Science faculty, will speak on "Accidental Egalitarianism: How the National Defense Education Act of 1958 and the Higher Education Act of 1965 Promoted Gender Equality in U.S. Higher Education"…

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Sep 28

Friday Sep 28, 2012

Deadline to Apply for Student Conference on United States Affairs

Location: 217 O'Shaughnessy

Each year the United States Military Academy invites the Department of Political Science to send one student as a delegate to the annual Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA).  The SCUSA 64 conference will be held in West Point, New York from November 7 – 10, 2012.

This year's theme is “Leading in Lean Times: Assuring Accountability and Assessing American Priorities in an Age of Austerity”.

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