Upcoming Events


The Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act: 50 Years Later

Tuesday, Sept. 23, 7 p.m., Gallery Theatre

Film and Discussion: Nashville: We Were Warriors. 

Facilitated by Bucknell Professors David Ragland (education) and Jennifer Thomson (history).  

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Thursday, Oct. 23, 11 a.m. - noon, Academic West Event Lounge, 1st floor

Pizza and Policy Forum: "Origins and Aftermath of the 1964 Civil Rights Act"

Panelists: Michael James (political science), Scott Meinke (political science) and Leslie Patrick (history)

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Recent Events


Pizza and Policy Forum
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Panelists include Senator Michael Folmer, Professor Jennifer Stevenson and Professor Amy Wolaver.

Pizza and Policy Forum

Panelists include Senator Michael Folmer, Professor Jennifer Stevenson and Professor Amy Wolaver.

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A discussion about the origins of immigration policy, the personal and policy-related implications of recent immigration laws, and prospects for reform.

A discussion about the origins of immigration policy, the personal and policy-related implications of recent immigration laws, and prospects for reform.

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Discussion led by Professors Andrea Stevenson Sanjian (political science), Amanda Wooden (environmental studies) and other guests

Discussion led by Professors Andrea Stevenson Sanjian (political science), Amanda Wooden (environmental studies) and other guests

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A discussion with panelists Carl Milofsky, Rev. Leah Schade, and Judy Wagner.

A discussion with panelists Carl Milofsky, Rev. Leah Schade, and Judy Wagner.

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Discussion led by Geoff Schneider, Charles Sackrey, Berhanu Nega and John Doces

Discussion led by Geoff Schneider, Charles Sackrey, Berhanu Nega and John Doces

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Open discussion on the economic and political implications of the government shutdown and debt crisis. Led by: Economic Professors Gregory Krohn and Matias Vernengo and Political Science Professors Chris Ellis and Scott Meinke

Open discussion on the economic and political implications of the government shutdown and debt crisis. Led by: Economic Professors Gregory Krohn and Matias Vernengo and Political Science Professors Chris Ellis and Scott Meinke

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