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In this week's edition, Prof. Jeremy Menchik is awarded a UROP Outstanding Mentor Award, Prof. William Keylor presents at a conference on Obama's foreign policy legacy, GEGI hosts Rogerio Studart for a discussion on the World Bank and Pardee professors in the media on the Nobel Prize success of immigrants, China's Party Congress and ISIS deserters. 
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Week of October 24, 2016


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Faculty Spotlight
Menchik Receives UROP Outstanding Mentor Award

Prof. Jeremy Menchik received the award from the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program.
Event Spotlight
GEGI: Studart Gives Brazilian Perspective on World Bank

Rogerio Studart provided a Brazilian perspective on the governance structure and election process of the World Bank.
Faculty Spotlight
Keylor Presents at Conference on Obama's Foreign Policy Legacy

Prof. William Keylor presented a paper at a recent conference on U.S. President Barack Obama's legacy in foreign policy. 
 
Faculty Spotlight
Schmidt Speaks at Conference on Greece, Eurozone

Prof. Vivien Schmidt spoke at a recent conference at the Fletcher School at Tufts University on Greece and the Eurozone.
Event Spotlight
FMHT: Justin Gest on White Working Class Politics

Author and Professor Justin Gest discussed the politics of the white working class in relation to immigration and inequality.
Faculty Spotlight
Wippl Speaks at Conference on the Future of Intelligence

Prof. Joseph Wippl delivered a talk at the 22nd International Conference on Intelligence in the Knowledge Society.
Faculty Spotlight
Ban Speaks at Conference on Hierarchies of Money

Prof. Cornel Ban spoke at a recent conference on the hierarchies of money and shadow banking.

IN THE MEDIA

Adil Najam
The Nobel Prize Success of Immigrants
The Conversation
Timothy Longman
The Last King of Rwanda
BBC Newshour, Washington Post
Joseph Wippl
Sharing Intelligence With Cuba
Boston Herald
Joseph Fewsmith
China's Party Congress
Bloomberg
Joseph Wippl
ISIS Deserters 
Boston Herald

CALENDAR


Monday, Oct. 24                                          
New Roads and Motorcycles=More Crashes: The Trouble with Progress in Post-War Northern Uganda
The Figure in Exile of Shakespeare and the Shahnameh
 
Tuesday, Oct. 25                                                           Amnesty and FMHT Present: Forced to Flee - The Human Rights Crisis in Syria
 

Wednesday, Oct. 26                       
Beyond the Headlines: Measuring Human Progress (Panel Discussion)
Launch of the Mudarri Arab Civilization Fund: "The Arab Golden Age: Why Then, Why Not Now?"
 

Thursday, Oct. 27                                                        
Pardee School at UMass Dartmouth Graduate School Fair
Normativity and Social Criticism in Religious Studies and the Study of Cultures 
Conference: Muslim Thought and Practice in South Asia
European Voices: A Reading and Conversation with French Author Lola Lafon
 

Friday, Oct. 28
 

Conference: Muslim Thought and Practice in South Asia
Fall Visit Day for Prospective Undergraduate Students
Europe's Default Liberal Hegemon: Germany's Troubled Leadership in the EU
Does Market Integration Give Rise to Social Inequality? The Case of Mosuo in Southwestern China
Diwali Party
Suite de la Mancha
 
   
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