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OCTOBER 4, 2013

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AFTER OCTOBER 4

      • Wed 10/09/13
        5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
      • So What's Really the Problem? How I Learned to Stop Guessing and Love the Data
      • Anderson Conference Room
      • Dr. D. Michael Schafer will discuss the work of Warm Heart Worldwide, an NGO he founded that specializes in designing and implementing community-based development projects in Thailand. He will talk about how Warm Heart's usage and application of research methods, specifically needs assessment and program matrices, help it execute successful programs. This is for anyone who wants to know about the ...more

        Type: Lecture/Speaker
        Host: School of International Service

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      • Wed 10/16/13
        3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
      • Bahrain, Human Rights, and U.S. Foreign Policy
      • Abramson Family Founders Room, SIS Building
      • Panel discussion on the situation in Bahrain.

        Type: Panel Discussion
        Host: School of International Service

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      • Thu 10/17/13
        2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
      • Student Panel for Dep. of State Career with Rangel Fellows
      • Mary Graydon Room 247
      • Student Panel with Rangel Fellows on their experiences as interns for Dep. of State and the Rangel fellowship.

        Type: Panel Discussion
        Host: School of International Service

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      • Sat 10/19/13
        2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
      • Classes without Quizzes: All-American Weekend Dean's Discussion
      • Abramson Family Founders Room, SIS Building
      • SIS Dean Jim Goldgeier will feature SIS Dean's Council member and author, Chris Schroeder, in his October Dean's Discussion series to discuss his new book, "Startup Rising," on the entrepreneurial activity taking place in the Middle East as a result of the Arab Spring. The audience will be encouraged to ask Chris and Dean Goldgeier questions. Learn more here: american....more

        Type: Workshop
        Host: School of International Service

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      • Thu 10/24/13
        6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
      • An International Perspective: the Aspiring Powers’ views on US Foreign Policy
      • Butler Board Room
      • Brazil, Russia, India and China have been hailed as the new cultural, economic and political powerhouses of the twenty-first century. While the global influence of the US remains strong, the aspiring or emerging powers have occasionally challenged the US over specific issues. Economically, their share of world GDP is also likely to increase. As the BRIC countries become more active in the ...more

        Type: Panel Discussion
        Host: School of International Service

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