The graduate conference, Mapping the Global Dimensions of Policy5, will be taking place Monday, February 8th and Tuesday, February 9th in MUSC CIBC Hall.
Mills Library L310/E Wednesday, February 3 12:00-2:00 PM
Archaeology Lab, KTH B122 3:30-5:30pm, Thursday February 4th, 2016
Room 224, MUSC Floor 2 4:30pm, Thursday January 28th, 2016
Dr. Hendrik Poinar and his team contribute to new understandings of the history of black death.
Sovling the Paradox of Political Success versus Individual Autonomy: Why the Liberal State is Not the Answer
Dr. Gilbert has published in Embassy News, a publication directed at Canada's foreign policy and diplomatic community. http://www.embassynews.ca/opinion/2016/01/14/canadas-peace-pivot/48056
Political Science graduate student's wedding funds go to support Syrian refugee family: storey goes global.
Speaker: Dr. Emily Wilcox, University of Michigan Date: Tuesday, December 1 Location: Room 607, Chester New Hall Time: 3:30-5:00 pm
CALLING ALL POLITICAL SCIENCE STUDENTS Learn about the art of effective advocacy and find out more about how you could be eligible to win prize money.
Date: Friday, November 27th Time: 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Location: KTH B124
Ontario Legislature Internship Programme (OLIP) is a non-partisan educational programmeof the Canadian Political Science Association.
Symposium will take place in Mid March 2016. If you have a paper, or a poster you are proud of or will have shortly, we would love to have you present at this yearly event. Abstract submissions are due Jan 11, 2016 to email@example.com
Thursday November 26 3:30-5:30 L310E Study with other Anthropology students. MAS executive will be on hand to answer questions.
Everyone is welcome to attend! Friday November 20 4:00 MUSC Room 214
Department of Political Science hosts successful post-election forum.
Plague probably killed people 3,000 years earlier than once thought