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The Foley Institute Fall 2003 Events

August 11-12

Planning Meeting. International Christian University-WSU Peace, Security and Conviviality Partnership. With Nori Suzuki, Shin Chiba, Peter McCagg and Bill Steele.

August 12

International Christian University-WSU Peace, Security and Conviviality Partnership BBQ.

August 20

Gendering Research Across Campus (GRACe). Planning Retreat and Luncheon.

August 29-31

Visit by Nihon University (Japan) delegation. WSU–Nihon University Book Project. Foley hosts 3 Japanese scholars as part of the planning process for a book on Japanese and U.S. policy. Professors Nicholas Lovrich and Lance Leloup are lead WSU representatives for the project.

September 11

Sociology Colloquium Series. Dr. Glen H. Elder, University of North Carolina presents “The Greatest Generation: Insights from the Life Course and History.”

September 17

Environmental Studies Colloquium Group (ENSCOG). Annabel Kirschner, Rural Sociology; Greg Hooks, Sociology; Sean Michael, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture.

September 18

Public Lecture. Charles Franklin, University of Wisconsin presents “The Power of Polls: Pre-Election Polls and Election Outcomes.”

September 19

Seminar. Charles Franklin, University of Wisconsin teaches the American National Government, “Dem vs. Dem and Dem vs. Bush: The Outlook for 2004.”

September 19

Brown Bag. Charles Franklin, University of Wisconsin presents “New Graphics: How to Paint a Picture of your Data.”

October 1

Gendering Research Across Campus (GRACe). Mary Bloodsworth-Lugo, Women’s Studies/Philosophy; Sheila Converse, Music; Carole Ivory, Fine Arts.

October 19-20

ICU-WSU Peace, Security and Conviviality Partnership Kickoff Activities. ICU Campus, Tokyo, Japan. President Lane Rawlins; The Honorable Thomas S. Foley; Vice Provost Doug Baker; Robert Harder, Director of International Programs; Barbara Couture, Dean of College of Liberal Arts; Noriko Kawamura, Director, Asia Studies Program; Edward Weber, Director, The Foley Institute. (Sponsored in association with the College of Liberal Arts and WSU’s International Programs)

October 21

Environmental Studies Colloquium Group (ENSCOG). Roger Kasperson, Director, Stockholm Environmental Institute presents “Democratic Participation and Environmental Decisions.”

October 21

Public Lecture. Roger Kasperson, Director, Stockholm Environmental Institute presents “Vulnerable Peoples and Global Environmental Change.” [In association with Environmental Studies Colloquium Group (ENSCOG).]

October 22-24

Public Policy Conference. Northeast Asia Security Conference at International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan [Sponsored in association with the College of Liberal Arts and WSU’s International Programs]

October 24

Foley Scholarship and Fellowship Applications due at the Foley Institute Offices.

October 30

Gendering Research Across Campus (GRACe). Mary Bloodsworth-Lugo, Women’s Studies/Philosophy; Kim Vincent, Mathematics; Annabel Kirschner, Rural Sociology.

November 12

Environmental Studies Colloquium Group (ENSCOG). Daniel Holbrook, Philosophy; Craig Parks, Psychology; Andy Ford, Environmental Science & Regional Planning.

November 17

Brownbag. Michael Lewis-Beck from the University of Iowa presents “Modeling Coup Cycles in Latin America: Return of the Golpe?”

November 17

Public Screening. False Promises: The Lost Land of the Wenatchi. Question and answer period following screening with tribal elders. [In association with AccessNorthwest.]

November 18

Seminar. Michael Lewis-Beck from the University of Iowa teaches Political Science 417, Voting and Elections course.

November 18

Public Lecture. Michael Lewis-Beck from the University of Iowa presents “Election Forecasts: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.”

November 19

Seminar. John Iani, District 10 Regional EPA Administrator, presents “Approaches to Environmental Problem-Solving: Strait-jacket or Armani?” [In association with Environmental Studies Colloquium Group (ENSCOG) and the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.]

November 19

Public Lecture. John Iani, District 10 Regional EPA Administrator, presents an evening lecture ” The Matrix: Welcome to EPA’s World.” [In association with Environmental Studies Colloquium Group (ENSCOG) and the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.]

December 3

Gendering Research Across Campus (GRACe). Monica Kirkpatrick Johnson, Sociology; Kelly Ward, Education; Noël Sturgeon, Women’s Studies.

December 4

Foley Scholarships and Fellowships reception for 2003-2004 academic year.

December 10

Environmental Studies Colloquium Group (ENSCOG). Noël Sturgeon, Women’s Studies; Nick Lovrich, Division of Governmental Studies and Services; Eldon Franz, Environmental Science and Regional Planning.

December 17

Foley Board Meeting.