"Civics & Snacks is the best part of my week!"
A fun part of Political Union that is easy (and filling) to be a part of is our weekly, lunchtime "Civics & Snacks" program, a discussion about relevant goings on in society with a professor who is an expert in the field. Snacks, as one might guess, are provided to help stimulate discussion. Recent topics include: "Administrative Law and Civil Rights," "Keynes for Today" and "The Changing Nature of Executive Power in the American Century."
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On May 13, we had the pleasure of having Prof. Reno come speak for our Civics & Snacks program.
Professor Reno is a professor of political science and the director of the African studies program. He has visited countless conflict zones to conduct his research. In the 1990s, he was in Sierra Leone when the civil war started. He has also been to many parts of the Middle East and was most recently in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Catering was from Potbelly's.
On May 26th, we had the pleasure of having Prof. Reno come speak for our Civics & Snacks program.
Professor Reuel Rogers’ main interests are in American Politics. His research and teaching engage with questions about the intersection of race, ethnicity, immigration, place, and political behavior as well as with topics in public opinion and urban politics. For this discussion, Prof. Rogers talked about race in the 2016 Presidential Election.
Catering was provided by Viet Nom Nom.