Tuesday, March 3, 2015

DSAC Brown Bag

The Dean’s Student Advisory Council has scheduled our next Brown-Bag Lunch for Monday, March 9th. This Brown-Bag event is particularly special because it is featuring not just one but two GVPT professors:

Professor Todd Allee, whose current research projects explore the hidden effect of the World Trade Organization (or WTO) dispute settlement mechanism in deterring unrealized trade disputes, domestic political explanations for trade conflict, the impact of WTO accession on trade, the design and effects of bilateral investment treaties, and the role of Members of Congress and anti-protection forces in U.S. trade policymaking. Also, Professor Allee currently teaches GVPT200: International Relations.

Professor James M. Glass, whose research focuses on political theory, political philosophy, and political psychology. His research currently includes a study of Jewish political and spiritual resistance during the Holocaust. His future research projects include a study of the psychological preconditions for engagement with civil society as well as a look at psychological impediments to civil engagement. Also, Professor Glass currently teaches GVPT241: The Study of Political Philosophy: Ancient and Modern

Are you interested in learning about internships/careers any of these fields of study, research positions, or general opportunities offered within the BSOS community? If so, this event is for you! All BSOS undergraduate students are more than welcome to attend! Be sure to RSVP by March 7th.

RSVP Here!

This event will be on 11:30 am, March 9th and will facilitate casual conversation over complimentary lunch.

GVPT—Professors Todd Allee & James M. Glass
Monday, March 9th
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (Lunch provided!)
All BSOS undergraduate students are welcome!