Monthly Archives: September 2011

Barkin talk on IR theory, October 7

Professor Samuel Barkin will be visiting the Proseminar in IR (POLS5300) on Friday, October 7th from 11AM-1PM to discuss his book Realist Constructivism:  Rethinking International Relations Theory. Samuel Barkin is Associate Professor of Global Governance and Human Security at the … Continue reading

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Internship & Career Events, Fall 2011

Interested in working in the government? Come to this three part program designed to help students determine what they need to do to find a government internship. Interning in the Government Tuesday, October 4, 2011 Living in D.C. 12:30 PM … Continue reading

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Arat lecture on rights, Oct 12 @ 4pm

Professor Zehra Arat, Gladstein Visiting Professor of Human Rights, will speak on “Progress or Unfulfilled Promises? Reaffirming Rights, Reinventing Society” October 12, 2011 4 pm Konover Auditorium Questions? Contact the Human Rights Institute

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Talk: “Increasing Access to Justice in India” (Oct. 19)

The Human Rights Institute and India Studies Program present LAILA OLLAPALLY  INCREASING ACCESS TO JUSTICE IN INDIA  THROUGH MEDIATION Wednesday, October 19, 2011 Konover Auditorium, Dodd Center 3:00 pm Laila Ollapally is the founding mediator and senior coordinator at the … Continue reading

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Duelfer to visit campus

Charles A. Duelfer, former Special Advisor to the Director of the CIA on Iraqi Weapons of Mass Destruction and a UConn graduate, will visit campus on Wednesday, September 21, 2011. Duelfer is the author of the ‘Duelfer Report‘ which provides … Continue reading

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Herrera in Bennett lecture on Xenophobia & Russia (AUDIO)

This lecture is over but the audio is here. As part of the ongoing Alan R. Bennett Lecture Series Prof. Yoshiko Herrera (U. Wisconsin) will speak on “Pride vs. Prejudice: Xenophobia and Nationalism in Russia” The talk is at 12:15 … Continue reading

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TONIGHT: Exploring Careers in Govt and Int’l Affairs

Exploring Careers in Government and International Affairs Monday, September 19, 2011 at 7:00 pm CLAS Room 163 For more details, see here.

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Congressional Internship apps due Sept. 27

Applications for the Honors Congressional Internship are due September 27, 2011.  Students DO NOT need to be in the honors program to apply. Apply here. The Washington, D.C. Congressional Honors Internship Program is a program designed to give University of … Continue reading

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Exploring Careers in Govt and Int’l Affairs (Sept 19, 7 pm, CLAS 163)

ATTENTION POLITICAL SCIENCE MAJORS (AND OTHERS …): It’s never too late to think about your future … and what you might be able to do with your political science major!  The Political Science Department and the UCONN Alumni Association have … Continue reading

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Secretary of the State (Internship)

The Connecticut Secretary of the State’s office is currently recruiting potential interns for placement in our Deputy’s office on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  (SOTS Internship memo with job description) Please contact me with any questions or concerns. Tina Prakash Office of … Continue reading

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