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David Paris '71
Paris '71 Publishes Essay on Academically Adrift

Professor of Government David Paris '71 published an essay on the newly released book Academically Adrift on the blog Faculty Focus on March 14. Paris wrote in Holding Up a Mirror to Higher Education, “…no one has any particular incentive to put student learning front and center. … students prioritize obtaining credentials over learning and social life over academics, faculty view scholarship—as opposed to (rigorous) teaching—as a source of rewards and advancement, and institutions have no incentive to compete with regard to learning outcomes as opposed to status and amenities.”  More ...

Robert Martin
Martin Quoted on Patriot Act in Christian Science Monitor

Associate Professor of Government Robert Martin spoke about a proposed extension of some of the provisions of the Patriot Act in the face of growing concerns over home-grown terrorism in an article titled “Why is Patriot Act under fire if homegrown terror threat is rising?” in The Christian Science Monitor. The article appeared in the international newspaper, published daily online and weekly in print, on Feb. 10.  More ...

Ned Walker '62 and his Tools of Diplomacy class.
Walker '62 Shares The Tools of Diplomacy With Government Class

Walter L. Cronkite IV ’11 is among students in a government class being taught this semester at Hamilton by Edward S. Walker Jr. ’62, the former United States Ambassador to Egypt, Israel, and the UAE. Here he describes how Walker has used the current crisis in Egypt to teach the class about diplomacy.

 

Participating in an intimate, upper-level seminar about diplomacy taught by a renowned and accomplished ambassador has been a once in a lifetime opportunity for 22 students in Edward S. Walker Jr.’s ’62 government class. It has been especially fortuitous that this Egyptian crisis, which might turn out to change the entire face of the Middle-East, occurred while we are under his tutelage.  More ...

Ambassador Walker '62 (center) on CNN with Candy Crowley and Ambassador Negroponte
CNN Will Feature Walker Again on Sunday

CNN’s State of the Union program will again feature Ambassador Edward Walker ’62, the Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory, on Sunday, Feb. 13, for the third consecutive week for a discussion of the situation in Egypt with CNN’s Candy Crowley and former U.N. Ambassador John Negroponte. Richard Bernstein ’80, Richard Bernstein, CEO and chief investment officer of Richard Bernstein Advisors, interviewed Walker on Friday, February 11, and Walker will also be interviewed on Friday, Feb. 11, by Chris Matthews on MSNBC’s Hardball at 7 p.m.  More ...

Edward S. Walker, Jr. '62
Many Major News Outlets Interview Walker '62 on Egypt

Edward S. Walker Jr. '62, former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt, Israel and the United Arab Emirates and the Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory, has spent many hours in the last few days with the national and international media sharing his insights on the continuing protests in Egypt. Beginning with an interview on National Public Radio’s Morning Edition on Jan. 28, Walker has spoken with print, radio and TV reporters on the situation.  More ...

Edward Walker '62
NPR Interviews Walker on Egyptian Political Crisis

Edward S. Walker, Jr., '62 former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt and Israel and the Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory, was interviewed this morning on National Public Radio’s Morning Edition. Walker spoke with host Steve Inskeep about the violent clashes in Egypt and the challenge to President Hosni Mubarak's authority.  More ...

Philip Klinkner
Klinkner and Stinebring '13 Present at SPSA Meeting

James S. Sherman Professor of Government Philip Klinkner and Jesse Stinebring ’13 presented a paper at the Southern Political Science Association meeting held Jan. 6-8, in New Orleans. “Black, White, and Green: Race and Campaign Spending in the 2008 Election” examines the role of race resentment in recent elections and whether Barack Obama’s campaign spending advantage impacted the outcome of the 2008 presidential election.  More ...

Sharon Werning Rivera
Rivera Publishes Article in Russian-language Magazine

Associate Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera and David W. Rivera, former lecturer in government, published an article titled “El'tsin, Putin, i Klinton: prezidentskoe liderstvo i rossiiskaya demokratiya v sravnitel'noi perspective” (“Yeltsin, Putin, and Clinton: Presidential Leadership and Russian Democratization in Comparative Perspective”) in the September 2010 edition of Mir i Politika (“The World and Politics”).  More ...

Alan Cafruny
Cafruny Presents at European-U.S. Relations Workshop

Alan W. Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, gave a presentation on "Europe, the Euro, and the Global Financial Crisis" at a workshop at Skidmore College on Nov. 5. The workshop was titled "After the Lisbon Treaty: Major Issues in European Union-United States Relations."  More ...

Government Faculty to Analyze 2010 Elections in Nov. 9 Panel

Hamilton Government faculty will assess last week’s 2010 election in a panel discussion on Tuesday, Nov. 9, from noon to 1 p.m., in the Bradford Auditorium, KJ building. Professors Phil Klinkner, Ted Eismeier, Andy Milstein and Peter Cannavo┬┤ will participate in the panel. The discussion is open to the public.  More ...

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