This Friday we will host our first visiting speaker for our speaker colloquium. Jesse Meriam is assistant professor of political science at Loyola University. He earned his J.D. at The George Washington University Law School and his Ph.D at Johns Hopkins University. He will give a talk titled, “The Death of the Conservative Legal Movement.”
Professors Linken and Smith of the Department of Political Science discussed constitutional issues related to the presidential election with Jordan, LaPorta, News Editor for the Crimson White. You can listen to the podcast here.
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Dr. Gordon Black, founder and former CEO of the Harris Interactive Poll, will hold an informal discussion with faculty and students on Tuesday, April 5th, from 2:00-3:15pm in the Summersell Room in the Department of History (2nd Floor ten Hoor). Dr. Black will discuss the value of polling as an indicator of public opinion, as
UA Students and Faculty are invited to attend a special conference that will be held on campus. See below for more details, including the times and location of the presentations. About the Conference From the earliest configurations of democracy in classical Athens, it became clear that women were not allowed to participate actively in its
Dr. Stefanie Lindquist, Dean of the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), will be on campus Friday, January 29 to discuss graduate school opportunities. The SPIA offers masters and doctoral degrees in Public Administration and Policy, Political Science, International Affairs, and International Policy. Dr. Lindquist will provide information on program specializations
The University of Alabama Law School Fair will take place next Thursday, January 21. The fair will take place in the Ferguson Center Ballroom on the 21st from 10 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. (dress – business/business casual). More information can be found using the link below. http://prelaw.ua.edu/law-school-fair/ On-campus interview opportunities will be available with select
This Tuesday at 7:00pm in SERC 1013, the College Democrats and Young Conservatives of America will debate several of the most important issues facing our country. See the flyer below for the “Bama Beef.”
Former United States Attorney General Alberto Gonzales will be visiting our campus to speak to interested students on Tuesday, November 17th at 3:30 p.m. in 30 Ten Hoor Hall. If you would like to attend please RSVP by clicking the “RSVP” link in the flyer below.
This THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15th at 3:30 p.m. (ten Hoor 347) Dr. Daniel Gressang will be speaking to students interested in careers in international relations and the U.S. intelligence community. Although I am sure he will take any questions you might have, the purpose of his visit is to help our students understand what they can do to be prepared to land