Burma Update: Exciting Times in Post-Election Myanmar with Aung Tun ›
Event Date: October 4, 2016@ 4:30 p.m. | Location: Wheatley Hall, 4th Fl., Room 28Aung Tun is a national governance expert at the Asian Development Bank and alum of the UMass Boston International Relations Program.
Objects in Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear: Governance Research Across Time & Topics ›
Event Date: October 6, 2016@ 5 p.m. | Location: Chancellor's Conference Room, Quinn Building, 3rd Floor, Room 59Join us for a talk with the new Graduate Program Director of the Global Governance and Human Security PhD Program. Followed by a mixer at Savin Hill Bar and Kitchen.
October 2016: McCormack Pizza and Policy Chats ›
Event Date: October 13, 2016@ 4 p.m. | Location: Wheatley Hall, 3rd Floor, Room 123Take a break and join your colleagues in the McCormack community for pizza, beer and socializing
Managing Difficult Conversations- Race, Ethnicity, and Religion ›
Event Date: October 22, 2016@ 9:30 a.m. | Location: Campus CenterConflict Resolution Workshop: Why is there so much conflict around issues of racial, ethnic, and religious identity? What can you do to address it on your campus or in your community?
Refugee Welcome Fair ›
Event Date: November 5, 2016@ 1 p.m. | Location: McCormack Hall, Ryan Lounge, 3rd Floor, Room 721This open event provides an opportunity for refugees to meet with you, the local community, and with students, faculty, and staff in a supportive environment.
How a Consumer Campaign is Impacting the World’s Deadliest War in Congo - Colloquium ›
Event Date: November 10, 2016@ 5:30 p.m. | Location: Chancellor's Conference Room, Quinn Bldg. 3rd Floor, Room 59Part of the Conflict Resolution Colloquium Series- Steve Jobs, Celebrities, Cell Phones, and Students: How a Consumer Campaign is Impacting the World’s Deadliest War in Congo with John Prendergast
Career Workshop ›
Event Date: November 15, 2016@ 4 p.m. | Location: Wheatley hall, 4th Floor Room 141Considering a career in conflict resolution or international affairs? Attend this career workshop with David Matz and Jeff Pugh from 4-5:30 PM.
Immigration and Political Discourse Panel - Colloquium ›
Event Date: December 13, 2016@ 5:30 p.m. | Location: Campus Center, 3rd Floor, Room 3545Part of the Conflict Resolution Colloquium Series-