2/3Black Lives Matter and the Politics of Value
Black Lives Matter and the Politics of ValueMonday, February 3rd, 202012:15 PM - 01:30 PMStorrs CampusOak 438
Alena Wolflink, Beloit College
Monday, February 3
12:15pm in Oak 438
Sponsored by the Political Theory Workshop and UConn Humanities InstituteContact Information: Prof. Jane Gordon (email@example.com) More
2/13Repression Before and After the Arab Spring
Repression Before and After the Arab SpringThursday, February 13th, 202012:30 PM - 01:30 PMStorrs CampusOak Hall 438Prof. Elizabeth Nugent (Yale). Repression Before and After the Arab Spring.
2/14Poli Sci/Econ Students: Ed Abroad Info Session
Poli Sci/Econ Students: Ed Abroad Info SessionFriday, February 14th, 202012:30 PM - 01:30 PMStorrs CampusTBDContact Information: Valerie Jenkelunas firstname.lastname@example.org More
2/14POLS and Education Abroad Information Session
POLS and Education Abroad Information SessionFriday, February 14th, 202012:30 PM - 01:30 PMStorrs CampusGentry 144Come learn more about the abroad programs available to POLS and ECON majors.
2/19Tethered Fates: Companies, Communities, and Rights at Stake
Tethered Fates: Companies, Communities, and Rights at StakeWednesday, February 19th, 202012:15 PM - 01:30 PMStorrs CampusOak 438Book talk with Prof. Shareen Hertel about her new book "Tethered Fates
Companies, Communities, and Rights at Stake"
2/19MPA/MPP Fast Track Information Session
MPA/MPP Fast Track Information SessionWednesday, February 19th, 202012:30 PM - 01:30 PMStorrs CampusOak 438Come learn more about the MPA/MPP Fast Track program and how it fits with the POLS major!
2/19Humanities Fellow Research Talk: Alexander Anievas
Humanities Fellow Research Talk: Alexander AnievasWednesday, February 19th, 202004:00 PM - 05:30 PMStorrs CampusHumanities Institute Seminar Room, Babbidge Library 4th FloorContact Information: email@example.com More
2/22Encounters: The Census
Encounters: The CensusSaturday, February 22nd, 202010:00 AM - 12:00 PMOtherHartford History Center at the Hartford Public Library
** Please read selections found on https://democracyanddialogues.thedoddcenter.uconn.edu/encounters-series/ **
Lunch will be provided, free, upon registration. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Information: email@example.com More
2/25The State and the Market in Indian Education
The State and the Market in Indian EducationTuesday, February 25th, 202003:00 PM - 04:00 PMStorrs CampusClass of 1947 Room, Library
Evidence & Policy Implications
Tata Chancellor’s Professor of Economics
University of California, San Diego
Professor Muralidharan is actively involved in advising and capacity building in India at both the central and state government levels. He is co-chair of the education research program of the Poverty Action Lab at MIT and a Research Associate of the National Bureau for Economic Research. His research spans development, as well as public, and labor economics with a focus on improving public spending in the social sector.
In this lecture Professor Muralidharan will discuss the deep structural challenges of the Indian education system and will suggest reforms based on his extensive research.
Sponsored by AAASI India Studies ProgramContact Information: Prof. Betty Hanson (firstname.lastname@example.org) More
2/26Colloquium: Justin Gross (UMass)
Colloquium: Justin Gross (UMass)Wednesday, February 26th, 202012:15 PM - 01:30 PMStorrs CampusOak Hall 438Colloquium: Justin Gross (UMass)
2/28Elect Her: UConn Women Win Training
Elect Her: UConn Women Win TrainingFriday, February 28th, 202012:30 PM - 04:30 PMStorrs CampusWomen's Center, SU 421
The Elect Her: UConn Women Win Training will be held from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, February 28th, 2020, at the Women’s Center. This training will demystify the campaign process and teach you how to develop and communicate an effective message, how to reach out to your constituency, and how to win a campaign. Our aim is to increase women's representation in political leadership.
This event is being sponsored nationally by Running Start, and on-campus sponsored by the Women’s Center and the Undergraduate Student Government.
There is a limited amount of spaces available on a first come, first served basis.
Students interested in participating must register at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/UConnElectHer2020
The registration deadline is 2/24/20.Contact Information: Kathy Fischer at email@example.com More
2/28Foreign Policy Seminar Series: Kelly Shannon
Foreign Policy Seminar Series: Kelly ShannonFriday, February 28th, 202004:30 PM - 06:00 PMStorrs CampusWood Hall Basement Lounge
Professor Shannon currently is writing a study of U.S. relations with Iran during the first half of the twentieth century, tentatively entitled "The Ties of Good Harmony: U.S.-Iran Relations, 1905-1953."
Reception at 4:30, talk at 5 pm.
This event is free and open to the public.Contact Information: Frank Costigliola, firstname.lastname@example.org More