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UConn Model UN Ends Semester with Succesful Conference

On the weekend of November 13-15, the UConn Model United Nations student organization held its 17th annual conference. In total, the conference hosted over 300 delegates, debating a plethora of different world-pressing topics in 15 very different UN-based committees. Throughout the … Continue reading

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UConn Model United Nations Hosts 17th Conference

This upcoming weekend, UConn’s Model United Nations will be holding a conference for high school students. The conference will run from Friday, November 13 to Sunday, November 15, 2015. At this conference over 300 high school delegates will debate various … Continue reading

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The Syrian Refugee Emergency: A Panel Discussion and Links

Join us for a panel discussion on the topic of the “Syrian refugee emergency: Humanitarian and Human Rights Perspectives” Thursday, November 17, 2015, at 7pm Konover Auditorium in the Dodd Center with Dr. Jeff Crisp, Refugee Studies Center, University of Oxford … Continue reading

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Research Excellence in Political Science

The Research Excellence in Political Science (REPS) Poster Session & Reception is Wednesday, April 15, from 12:15-2:15 in Oak 408.  Please stop by anytime during that timeframe to see POLS-related undergraduate research projects undertaken this year and enjoy light refreshments.  … Continue reading

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Sayed Kashua at UConn, March 11

Sayed Kashua, a Palestinian citizen of Israel and noted journalist, humorist, and author will speak at UConn on Wednesday, March 11: “Living with a Dual Identity” 7:00 pm in Laurel Hall 101 The talk will be followed by a book … Continue reading

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LECTURE: Al-Qaeda’s Branching Out Strategy and Its Consequences

Please join us for an upcoming talk: Prof. Barak Mendelsohn (Haverford College) “Expansion and Decline: Al-Qaeda’s Branching Out Strategy and Its Consequences” February 11, 2015 (snow date: February 25) 12:00 pm in Oak 438 Light refreshments. Sponsored by Middle East Studies.

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LECTURE: Making Globalization Work for All

Please join us for a Lecture with Professor Richard Locke “From Apple to Nike: Making Globalization Work for All” Monday, February 23, 2015 NEW DATE 4:00-5:00 pm Konover Auditorium, Thomas J. Dodd Center Richard M. Locke is the Howard R. Swearer … Continue reading

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