Prof. Edelson argues that throughout history, U.S.
presidents have tested and overstepped the limits
of emergency powers, especially in the post-9/11 era.
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December 6 Bill Shields Named ASPA Director
Adjunct Professor Bill Shields will lead the largest and most prominent professional association dedicated to advancing the art, science, teaching, and practice of public and non-profit administration.
December 5 President Obama Plays “Hardball” at AU
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews interviews Obama in Greenberg Theatre.
Executive in Residence Anita McBride was quoted in a story on December 3 for The Hill about First Lady Michelle Obama's increased role in fundraising for Democratic candidates in the upcoming midterm elections.
Time Warner Cable News interviewed Assistant Professor Bradley Hardy for a story about the potential economic consequences of sequestration on November 26.
Professor Jennifer Lawless wrote an op-ed for the Washington Post on November 24 about why fewer Millennials want to run for public office.
For coverage about the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy's assassination, Distinguished Adjunct Professor Julian Bond spoke with the Dallas Morning News on November 16 about JFK and the Civil Rights Movement.
Friday, December 6
DPAP Research Presentation
Saturday, December 7
SPA Graduate Student Information Session: Annual Minority Brunch
Monday, December 9
DPAP December Department Meeting
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