Come meet the new executive board of IRUSA and mingle with other IR majors! Free food will be provided and opportunities to sign up for committees will be available!
SIR wants to help you navigate through the confusing experience of OCR. Come and join for a panel discussion with Seniors who have gone through the process, and survived! Learn about what are common interview questions, how to formulate answers and tips and tricks to help you through this nerve-wracking experinece. There will be seniors with experience in Consulting, Finance, Tech, and Government.
Come join members of IRUSA and IR majors as we learn how to salsa from Penn Latin and Ballroom Dance. It will be super fun and give you a chance to mix and mingle.
Help elect the new IRUSA Executive Board! Network with IR majors and prospective majors while enjoying international food. Agenda includes Introduction to IRUSA, Spring 2012 Program Preview, Executive Board Elections, Committee Sign-Up. Refreshments and food will be served. Questions? Email email@example.com.
The perfect way to get involved in IRUSA if you haven't done so yet! Guest appearance by Dr. McGann to talk about internships for next semester, classes, etc. Come prepared to ask questions of older IR peeps about finals! Munchies from Artisserie Chocolate cafe, fruits, and coffee from Dunkin Donuts will be served.
Please join us for pizza, drinks and lively conversation. Dr. Rudra Sil is Associate Professor of Political Science and Co-Director of the Huntsman Program in International Studies & Business. He is currently working on a new book - tentatively titled Pathways of the Postcommunist Proletariat - that compares patterns of labor incorporation and prospects for labor mobilization across Russia, Central Europe and East Asia. He just returned from Moscow, where he interviewed trade union leaders about current issues in Russian industrial relations.
Faculty and Students are invited to a booktalk by David Satter on "It Was a Long Time Ago and It Never Happened Anyway: Russia and the Communist Past" (Yale University Press), hosted by the Foreign Policy Research Institute. Satter has covered Russia for some three decades -- for the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, and several think tanks (among them, FPRI). He will also discuss his monograph-in-progress on "Russia's Looming Crisis." Admission is free but reservations are required.