Feb. 24-April 20: Global governance

University colloquium to consider 'Tensions in Global Governance'

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7:48 a.m., Feb. 16, 2012--The University of Delaware Department of Political Science and International Relations will sponsor a spring colloquium, "Tensions in Global Governance," beginning Feb. 24 and continuing through April 20.

Sessions will be held Fridays from 2:30-4 p.m. in 116 Gore Hall. 

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New Vita Nova

Students and faculty enjoy the newly renovated Vita Nova student-run restaurant, and hold a luncheon to celebrate donors Jayne and Chris Malfitano.

Strategic planning town hall meetings

UD's Models for the New American Research University strategic planning working group has scheduled a series of campus town halls for October and November.

The schedule is as follows:

• Friday, Feb. 24 -- "Globalism: Where Does the West Belong in a Post-Western World?," Ruth Bevan, Yeshiva University.

• Friday, March 2 -- "Reflections on Africa's Responsibility to Protect," Kwame Akonor, Seton Hall University.

• Friday, March 16 -- "Managing Climate Change: The Biggest Challenge to Global Governance Ever," John Mathiason, Syracuse University.

• Friday, March 23 -- "National Security/Human Security: The Maoist Insurgency in India," Veena Thadani, New York University.

• Friday, April 20 -- "Regardless of Frontiers: The Principles of World Communication," Ted Madger, New York University.

For a flier about the colloquium, click here.

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