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CLAS Deans' Notes News | February 17, 2017
- Breger Bush on Trump
Sasha Breger Bush, Assistant Professor of Political Science,made a splash recently with the cover article of this nonprofit bi-monthly magazine.
Trump and National Neoliberalism
Dollars & Sense: Real World Economics, February
- Colwell Continues Conversation on Pipelines
Chip Colwell, Anthropology Lecturer, argues that a more accurate reckoning of the economic benefits of oil pipelines needs to consider the negative impact of pipelines on other parts of the economy.
Sure, pipelines are good for oil companies, but what about jobs related to preserving nature and culture?
The Conversation, Feb 1
- Fields on Youth Football
Sarah Fields, Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Communication, discusses changes in youth football to prevent head injuries.
Morning Edition Talk
NPR Morning Edition, Feb 6
- Morris on DPD and to Keynote
Glenn Morris, Associate Professor in the Political Science Department and Director of the Fourth World Center, recently recounted his experiences with Denver Police Department surveillance. Morris will be presenting the keynote speech at the He Manawa Whenua Indigenous Research Conference held early next month in Hamilton, New Zealand through the Te Kotahi Research Institute and the University of Waikato. The Fourth World Center hosted a Māori delegation (picture also attached) from New Zealand last October for a ... Read More »