Information meeting for International Relations and Political Science students. Free pizza and beverages.
Michael Hanmer’95 — Professor of Political Science, University of Maryland.Voter Identification Laws and Voting
|September 22||4:00||Matt Walter’94, President of Republican State Leadership Committee--Congressional Elections||Newton 201|
|September 24|| 2:30 |
Rich Pacelle, Professor of Political Science, University of Tennessee, September 24, Newton 201, 2:30. Decision Making by the Modern Supreme Court
Political Affairs Club and International Relations Club trip to Washington, D.C.
David Shambaugh, Professor of Political Science, George Washington University— China Goes Global: The Partial Power.
| Newton 204|
|October 8||2:30|| ||Doty 300|
|Oct. 30 through Nov. 3, 2013|
Student Conference on U.S. Affairs at West Point (SCUSA). The theme of the 2013 conference is " “Navigating Demographic Flows: Population, Power, and Policy.”." SCUSA is designed to provide a premiere educational experience for student delegates offering the opportunity to interact both individually and in group settings with foreign policy experts and to learn from each other. Delegates gain a greater understanding of the complexities surrounding foreign policy development.