A panel that includes New York Times Jerusalem bureau chief Ethan Bronner and prominent Turkish columnist Semih İdiz will discuss "Turkey, Israel and the Greater Middle East" on Tuesday, March 1, at Duke University.
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Assistant Research Professor Susanne B. Haga discusses the nature of science and current education.
Deputy Secretary James Steinberg will talk about foreign affairs in the Fleishman Commons.
David Schanzer, associate professor, discusses how the planned Congressional hearings on terrorism could benefit the country and the Muslim-American community.
Harvard Professor Howard Gardner, creator of the theory of multiple intelligences, gives the Crown Lecture in Ethics on the findings of his GoodWork project.
Sheila Bair, chair if the FDIC, will discuss new financial reforms and regulations as part of a panel that includes Sanford Dean Bruce Kuniholm.
In this news tip for media, David Schanzer, associate professor of public policy, says good riddance to the terrorism color-coded warning system.
Nan Keohane returns to Duke to discuss her new book and ideas about leadership with Kristin Goss, assistant professor of public policy, and Mike Lefevre (PPS ’11), president of Duke Student Government. Book-signing and reception to follow.
Sanford School and Duke professor of economics, began her one-year term as president of the Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management on Jan. 1. She discusses growth and change in the professional organization and in the field of public policy.
In a public lecture at the Sanford School in Jan. 25, “Hitting the Reset Button on Energy Policy: A Proposal for Post-Partisan Power,” three authors from different think tanks will discuss new policy approaches to developing cheap, clean energy.