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Last Chance for Food for Thought [Lunch]

9 Apr

If you haven’t signed up yet, hurry up!  Seats are limited.

Join us for this lunchtime event on Thursday, April 11th at 1pm in the UHP Clubroom in Foggy Bottom.  Prof. Lori Brainard presents on police department use of social media, with the help of her research assistant, UHPer Andrew Beauregard.

Lunch is free, but seats are limited.  So sign up now!

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Food for Thought: Social Media and Police [Lunch]

1 Apr

urlHave you signed up yet?  

Join us for this lunchtime event on Thursday, April 11th at 1pm in the UHP Clubroom in Foggy Bottom.  Prof. Lori Brainard presents on police department use of social media, with the help of her research assistant, UHPer Andrew Beauregard.

Lunch is free, but seats are limited.  So sign up now!

Food for Thought: Social Media and Police [Lunch]

25 Mar

urlJoin us for this lunchtime event on Thursday, April 11th at 1pm in the UHP Clubroom in Foggy Bottom.  Prof. Lori Brainard presents on police department use of social media, with the help of her research assistant, UHPer Andrew Beauregard.

Lunch is free, but seats are limited.  So sign up now!

Lunch with the Director

19 Mar

***UPDATE*** This event is being rescheduled!  We’ll let you all know when the new date is set! ***UPDATE***

Maria Frawley, Director of the University Honors Program will meet with students over lunch for a direct conversation about the University Honors Program.  Bring your questions, concerns, and great ideas for the program! But sign up fast, because seats are limited!

Lunch with the Director: Tuesday, March 26th at 12pm in Ames 101Q.

Sign up now! (Students only, please.)

Tomorrow: Food for Thought w/ Prof. Sides

18 Mar

Never put off tomorrow what you can do today!  Particularly apt in this case, since today’s your last chance to register for this free lunch and lecture with Prof. John Sides!

Food for Thought: The Story of the 2012 Presidential Campaign (in Graphs!)

“Game changer.” We heard it so many times during the 2012 U.S. presidential election. But what actually made a difference—and what was just hype? John Sides will tell the story of the election in just a few graphs — using a “moneyball” approach that gets beyond the anecdote, folklore, and conventional wisdom that often pass for election analysis.

Tuesday, March 19th from 11:30am-12:30pm in Ames 101Q (MVC).

Seats are capped at 15, so register now!