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The Foley Institute Spring 2004 Events

January 21

Gendering Research Across the Campuses (GRACe). Laurie Drapela, Criminal Justice; Laurie Mercier, History; Clare Wilkinson-Weber, Anthropology.

January 28

Environmental Studies Colloquium Group (ENSCOG). James Glass, Director of Materials and Resource Management, presents “Making Sustainability a Foundation of Higher Education Learning and Practice.”

February 2

Public Policy Forum. Mitch Pickerill, Political Science; Travis Ridout, Political Science; Ashley Grosse, SESRC present “And the Winner Is…The 2004 Presidential Primaries.”

February 11

Brown Bag. Susanne Zwingel, Lecturer, University of Bochum, Germany, presents “International Women’s Rights and Domestic Change: Tracing the Impact of Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) on National Policy Processes.”

February 12

Seminar. Susanne Zwingel, Lecturer, University of Bochum, Germany, presents “Making Women Matter: Global Norms and Local Struggles on Gender Equality” in POL S 305 Gender and Politics.

February 13-14

Gendering Research Across the Campuses (GRACe) a two-day research symposium. Details.

February 18

Environmental Studies Colloquium Group (ENSCOG). David Pietz, History; Jolie Kaytes, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture; Julie Rice, Sociology.

February 19

Sociology Colloquium Series. “Ross Matsueda, University of Washington presents “Deterrence, Delinquency and Rational Choice.” [In association with the Department of Sociology]

February 26

Public Lecture. Canadian Studies Speakers’ Series. Marv Wodinsky, Seattle Canadian Consul General. presents “Aspects of the Bilateral Relationship.”

March 2-6

Visiting Scholar. Congressional scholar Greg Koger, University of Montana, visits and makes use of the Foley archives at Holland Library.

March 4

Brown Bag. Dr. Greg Koger, University of Montana, presents “”Pivotal Politics Revisited the Growth of Filibustering in the U.S. Senate” CUE 512, 12 Noon – 1:15 PM

March 5

Brown Bag. Paul Sabatier, University of California at Davis, presents “Theories of the Policy Process: Analysis and Evaluation.” CUE 518, 12 Noon – 2 PM

March 5

Public Lecture. Watershed Partnerships in California & Washington Paul Sabatier, University of California at Davis presents “Are Trust & Social Capital the Keys to Success?” Todd 276, 2:10 – 4:00 PM

March 11

Thomas S. Foley visits WSU. Mr. Foley teaches PS427 U.S. Foreign Relations(Dr. Martha Cottam), Todd Hall 334, 9:10 – 10:25 Am and PS198 Political Science Honors (Dr. David Nice), Todd 202, 1:25 – 2:40 PM

March 11

Public Lecture. Canadian Studies Speakers’ Series. Robb Watt, first Chief Herald of Canada presents “Where Do Cougars Come From? Official Symbols in the United States and Canada.” CUE 518. 3:00-5:00 PM [In association with Canadian Studies at WSU]

March 24

Public Lecture. Dennis Hayes. CUB Ballroom,
7 PM [In association with ASWSU Environmental Task Force]

March 24

Environmental Studies Colloquium Group (ENSCOG) Dennis Hayes. Location TBA, 3:00 – 4:30 PM

March 25

Sociology Colloquium Series. Dr. Paula England, Northwestern University presents “”Why Are Some Academic Fields Tipping Toward Female?”” CUE 518, 3:30 PM [In association with the Department of Sociology]

March 29

Gendering Research Across Campus (GRACe). CATALYST proposal discussion. CUE 518, 12 Noon – 1:30 PM

March 31

Public Lecture. 2004 Phillip C. Holland Lecture. Doug McAdam, internationally acclaimed sociologist, Stanford University presents “Disruption or Persuasion: What Makes Social Movements successful?” CUE 202, 4:15 PM [In association with the Department of Sociology]

April 5

Seminar. Bob Stone, former Clinton Administration official and leader of Vice President Al Gore’s National Performance Review (Reinventing Government) team, presents “What They Don’t Show You on West Wing.” In a Public Administration class in College 235, 10:10-11:00 AM

April 5

Brown Bag. Bob Stone, former Clinton Administration official and leader of Vice President Al Gore’s National Performance Review (Reinventing Government) team, presents “Why Is Change So Darned Hard?” CUE 512, 12:00-1:30 PM

April 5

Public Lecture. Bob Stone, former Clinton Administration official and leader of Vice President Al Gore’s National Performance Review (Reinventing Government) team, presents “Reinventing Government: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.” CUE 518, 3:10 – 4:30 PM

April 8

Public Lecture. Steve Fuller, University of Warwick, U.K., presents “Is Social Science an idea whose time has come and gone?”. CUE 203, 7:00 – 9:30 PM

April 9

Environmental Studies Colloquium Group (ENSCOG), Steve Fuller, University of Warwick.”What should we make of the growing incursion of biological thinking in the social sciences?” CUE 518,12:00 – 1:30 PM

April 15

Public Lecture. Canadian Studies Speakers’ Series. Michael Fellman, Graduate Liberal Studies Program, Simon Fraser University presents “Sleeping with the Elephant: Reflections of an American-Canadian on Canadian Attitudes Towards the United States.” CUE 518, 3:00 – 4:30 PM

April 22

Seminar. Kenneth Goldstein, University of Wisconsin-Madison, presents “Teaches in Travis Ridout’s course on Mass Media and Political Processes, Todd 334, 12 noon – 1:25 PM

April 22

Public Lecture. Elections, Campaigns, and Opinion Polls Public Lecture Series. Kenneth Goldstein, University of Wisconsin, Madison, presents “”Early lesson’s from the 2004 Ad Wars,” Todd 430, 3:00 – 4:30 PM

April 23

Brown Bag. Kenneth Goldstein, University of Wisconsin, Madison, presents “Campaign Advertising and Political Learning.” CUE 518, 12 noon – 1:15 PM

April 29

Public Lecture. Eric Gilman, Clark County Juvenile Court Restorative Justice Coordinator; Curt Griffiths, School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University; Petra Maxwell, Washington State Department of Corrections Community Accountability Board participant; Ernie Veach-White, Clark County Juvenile Court Administrator; Cheryl Cheney-Stoudt, Washington State Department of Corrections; Laurie Drapela, Washington State University Vancouver (facilitator) presenting “Restorative Justice: Theory and Practice among Criminal Justice Professionals in Washington State.” WSUV Auditorium, 7-9 PM. [In association with WSUV public affairs department]

April 30

Public Lecture. Robert Michael Pyle, renowned author and naturalist, presents “What Trees Mean: People and Forests in the Land of Logs and Lattes.” CUE 512, 1:00 – 2:30 PM

May 1

Public Lecture. John Sununu, former White House chief of staff and governor of New Hampshire, presents “A View from Washington.” Durst Auditorium, WSU Vancouver, 7 PM [In association with ASWSUV]

May 4

Foley Institute Board Meeting. Johnson Tower 801, 12:00 – 1:00 PM