Events

Western Michigan University's Department of Political Science hosts speakers and other events on campus.

Events

Wednesday, October 9

Giving Day 2019: one day of giving back!

Consider supporting one of the Department of Political Science's initiatives

Monday - Tuesday, October 14 - 15

Graduate Student Research Colloquia

Monday, October 14
Matt Delacruz, "Climate Change in Vietnam: Impacts and Recommendations on AF industry"

3:30 p.m., Political Science Library, 3301 Friedmann Hall

Tuesday, October 15
Abi Narayan Chamlagai, "Nepal: The Breakdown of Democracy in 1960"
Yu Cheng, "In Search of the Degree of Ethnic Conflict Factors in Regional Autonomy: A Comparison of Xinjiang and Guangxi Autonomous Regions in China"
Rebecca Huntley, "One little disruption: The truth about the land"

3 p.m., Political Science Library, 3301 Friedmann Hall

Monday, October 21

Spring 2020 course registration begins

Tuesday, October 22

Kalamazoo City Mayoral Candidate Forum

Schneider Hall, 7 p.m.

Cosponsored with WMUK and WeVote

Thursday - Friday, October 24 - 25

Michigan Political Science Association Conference at WMU

Fetzer Center, 2 to 5 p.m Thursday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday
Conference information

Monday, November 4

College of Arts and Sciences' Women's Caucus presents "International Teaching and Research Grants: Overcoming Challenges and Obstacles for Women Faculty"
Panel includes: Dr. Terri Kinzy, Dr. Michelle Metro-Roland, Dr. Ann Miles, Dr. Daniela Schroeter, Dr. Sandra Vamos, Dr. Martha Councell-Vargas

University Center for the Humanities, noon to 1:30 p.m.

Thursday, November 7

Matthew Fletcher, MSU and Chief Justice, Poarch Band of Creek Indians Supreme Court. 

2452 Knauss Hall, 7 p.m.
cosponsored with the University Center for Humanities

Friday, November 15

Ibram Kendi, "How to be an Antiracist" 

2000 Schneider, 4 p.m.
cosponsored with the University Center for Humanities

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Edward Montgomery, WMU President, "Academia and Public Policy: Uneasy Allies or Mortal Enemies"

2452 Knauss Hall, 7 p.m.
cosponsored with the University Center for Humanities

Monday-Tuesday, March 23-24, 2020

Sam Clark Lecture Series: Charles Epp, University of Kansas, "Measurement issues in a campaign to shift from fossil fuels to renewables"

Details TBD