Glenn College Colloquium Series

Each week, a speaker is invited to give an hour presentation that includes about thirty minutes for the presentation and thirty minutes of discussion. The presentation are usually held on Mondays, 12:30-1:30 in room 130 (LEC) at Page Hall, recorded, and presented on the web. Everyone is invited to attend.

Glenn Colloquium Series
Spring 2015 Schedule

All talks are held in room 130 (LEC) at Page Hall on Mondays from 12:30-1:30p.m. Lunch will be served.

  • Monday, January 12: Shoshanah Goldberg-Miller (Arts Administration, Education, and Policy)
  • Monday, January 19: No speaker due to Martin Luther King Day
  • Monday, January 26: Shawn Rohlin (Economics)
  • Monday, February 2: Randy Roth (History and Sociology)
  • Monday, February 9: Charlotte Kirschner (John Glenn School of Public Affairs)
  • Monday, February 16: Rob Greebaum (John Glenn School of Public Affairs
  • Monday, February 23: Jay Kandampully (Service Management)
  • Monday, March 2: Gregory Caldeira (Law and Political Science)
  • Monday, March 9: Noah Dormady and Gabe Englander (John Glenn School of Public Affairs)
  • Monday, March 16: No speaker due to Spring Break
  • Monday, March 23: Connie Wanstreet (Educational Studies Administration)
  • Monday, March 30: Tom Slemmer (National Church Residences)
  • Monday, April 6: Brian Roe and Elizabeth Robinson (Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics)
  • Monday, April 13: Stephanie Moulton (John Glenn School of Public Affairs)
  • Monday, April 20: Beth-Anne Schuelke-Leech (John Glenn School of Public Affairs)
  • Monday, April 27: Stéphane Lavertu (John Glenn School of Public Affairs)

2015 SPRING SPEAKERS

Randolph Roth - Homicide in the United States - The Long History and Recent Trends

Shoshanah B.D. Goldberg-Miller — Stakeholder Partnerships and the Cultural City: Creative economic development policy in Toronto and New York

2014 FALL SPEAKERS

Kevin Cox - Public Policy and 'The Good Geography'

Ian Sheldon — Climate Policy and Border Measures: The Case of the U.S. Aluminum Industry

Zac Peskowitz — The Consequences of Direct Democracy: A Dynamic Regression Discontinuity Analysis of School Tax Referenda and Student Achievement

Trevon Logan — Segregation, Forever

Morton O'Kelly — Urban Bike Sharing Systems: General Issues and Local Examples

Doug Downey — Why Fixing Schools Won't Fix the American Dream: What Barack Obama, Arne Duncan, and Bill Gates Need to Hear

Jos Raadschelders — Global Dimensions of Public Administration and Governance: A Comparative Voyage

2014 SPRING SPEAKERS

Jesus J. Lara — Latino Urbanism: Defining a Cultural Urban Form and Strategies for Re-urbanization

Allen Klaiber — The Cost of Heat: Urban Heat Island in the Presence of Complementary Landscape Features

Anand Desai — Consequences of Complexity

Jeff Bielicki — Interactions between Energy and Environmental Systems and Policy in Emerging Subsurface Energy Technologies

Jos Raadschelders — Public Administration as Inter- and A-Disciplinary Study for Professionals: Consequences for Inquiry and Pedagogy

Jeremy Brooks — Measuring Multiple Outcomes of Community-Based Conservation: Evidence from Meta-Analyses and the Case of the Buddha Mushroom in Bhutan




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