Political Science

Previous Events . . .


Tuesday, April 5

BMB 317     2:40pm
Don Palermo, Esq., a Widener Law School (Harrisburg) graduate will speak on the US and PA judicial systems and take students' questions about legal careers.

 

Monday, April 4

NU Library, Room 123     12:40pm

NU's Alpha Eta Xi Chapter of The National Political Science Honor Society presents
The Syrian Refugee Forum. Come hear the six panelists including NU's Dr. Hasan Yonten along with students and additional experts. Chapter President Patrick McCann will serve as the moderator.

 

Tuesday, November 10
Schmidt MPR     2:40 p.m.
Christopher D'Arcy, Partner with Gavel Resources in Washington, D.C., will speak about lobbying on Capitol Hill and government-business relations.
All are welcome!  . . . more info

Thursday, November 12

BMB 130    2:40 p.m.
Civil and Criminal Litigators Don Palermo and Andrew Levin introduce the US and PA Judicial Systems. Note: Mr. Levin won the Frankford "Cat Lady" case last year on all counts.

Thursday, November 19

BMB 134    9:40 a.m.
Widener University Law School Dean Rod Smolla discusses the First Amendment along with the new Widener Law-Neumann Partnership

 

Wednesday, October 28
Schmidt MPR    8:00 p.m.
"Pizza & Politics"

Come watch the 2016 Presidential Candidates hash it out!
All are welcome!
Republican Debate: October 28
FREE Pizza . . . more info

 

Tuesday, October 13
Schmidt MPR    9:00 p.m.
"Pizza & Politics"

Come watch the 2016 Presidential Candidates hash it out! All are welcome!
Democratic Debate: October 13
FREE Pizza . . . more info

 

Thursday, October 8
BMB 134    9:40 a.m.
Danielle Boardley, Admissions Coordinator at Drexel University's Kline School of Law will discuss components of the law school application and what Drexel has to offer.

 

Tuesday, September 29, 2015
BMB 130    2:40 p.m.

Dr. Richard Brake, President of the Institute for Family Studies, will speak about issues of local governance and education and share his research on families.

 

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