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Brig. Gen. John Adams will examine different paths from armed conflict to resilient democracy in the Balkans since the Balkan wars of the early 1990s. He retired from the U.S. Army in September 2007, after more than 30 years of …

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Please join the College Democrats for a panel discussion on the 2020 Election with guest panelists from Stetson and the University of Florida on Thursday, April 25, at 6:30 p.m. in the Rinker Welcome Center. Cultural Credit is available. Guest …

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Former U.S. Sen. Bob Graham will give the Keynote Speech at Stetson’s 48th Annual Floyd M. Riddick Model United States Senate on Friday, March 29, at 6 p.m. in Stetson Room in the Carlton Union Building. Cultural Credit is available …

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Harvard University’s Dr. Steven Levitsky, professor of government and co-author of How Democracies Die, will be speaking on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 7 p.m. in the Stetson Room. Cultural Credit will be provided. The event is hosted by the Stetson …

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Gilbert King is the author of “Beneath a Ruthless Sun: A True Story of Violence, Race, and Justice Lost and Found,” published by Riverhead Books in April, 2018. His previous book, “Devil in the Grove: Thurgood Marshall, the Groveland Boys, …

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Please join the DeLand Mythological Round Table as they discuss heroic journeys … including yours. The second Monday of every month at 7 p.m. in LBC 045. Cultural Credit is available. For more information, contact Dr. William Nylen at wnylen@stetson.edu.

Do you have a fall class that will put you in a prisoner’s dilemma?  Would you like a course where you can explore the impact of trade wars and immigration?  What do you know about the value of your education …

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The Ambassador of the Kyrgyz Republic to the United States, Kadyr Toktogulov, will visit campus on Thursday, Oct. 20, at the invitation of Stetson’s Program in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (SPREEES).  Besides meeting informally with students and faculty, …

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A Returned Peace Corps Volunteer will share her perspective on East African Culture. The informal discussion will include stories that reveal the diversity of Kenya and Tanzania. Topics may range from clothing, music, cuisine, climate, and landscape, to language, religion, …

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Black History Month is welcomed a few weeks each year to celebrate the great achievements of African Americans who have contributed to building America. It is also a time to reflect and to remember the tragedies that African Americans have …

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Lecture by PBK Visiting Scholar, Dr. Richard Sylla Thursday, Nov. 5 2:30-4 p.m., in the Lynn Business Center, Room 122 Co-sponsored by the Alexander Hamilton Society. Cultural Credit available.

Are you interested in a career in public service or in private firms or non-profit organizations that interface with government? Come learn about the new Public Management major being offered by the Department of Political Science in cooperation with other departments in …

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Gilbert King is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Devil in the Grove: Thurgood Marshall, the Groveland Boys, and the Dawn of a New America, which was awarded the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction. He will be …

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Shaped by colonial expansion and regional wars, borders in the Middle East remain essentially contested concepts. The expansion of ISIS in Iraq and Syria, rebellion and intervention in Yemen, and the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict are revising our understanding of what …

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What will the electoral victory of Benjamin Netanyahu mean for Israeli politics and US-Israeli relations?  David Newman, Dean at the Ben Gurion University (Israel) and columnist for the Jerusalem Post, will discuss these questions at a lunchtime lecture on Wednesday, …

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There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, March 25, 6 p.m., Elizabeth Hall 322. SHAPING PRESIDENTIAL LEGACIES: A STUDY TOUR TO PRESIDENTIAL MUSEUMS May 14-May 24 Led by Professor Huskey POLI 290 2 Hours (1/2 Unit) Credit Cost: Approximately …

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Bordering and Debordering at the U.S.-Mexico Frontier Presenters: Dr. Tony Payan, Director of Mexico Center at the Baker Instiute for Public Policy at Rice University Dr. Andy Eisen, Adjunct Professor in History at Stetson University THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 12 p.m. …

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When: Friday, March 13, 4 p.m. Where: Stetson Room, CUB Cultural Credit provided. Sponsored by the Political Science Department Hyatt Brown serves as chairman of the Board of Brown & Brown, Inc. and has served on Stetson’s Board of Trustees …

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Africa Today – Winner or Loser in a Shrinking World? As people around the world are drawing closer through the flow of tourists, investments, sometimes conflicts, or even disease, do borders still mean anything? Africa is the source of key …

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Students interested in enrolling in the Washington Semester at American University during the fall semester of 2015 should confer with Dr. T. Wayne Bailey (office: 386-822-7574). The program is described in the STETSON BULLETIN and on the website www.washingtonsemester.com . …

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Glenn S. Henderson was the founder and CEO of AFC Global Logistics, a Transportation and Logistics company. Through his leadership, the company grew consistently  over their 20 plus year history. He will speak to Dr. Bill Andrew’s Entrepreneur Class on …

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Stetson alumnus and entrepreneur Dan Glunt will speak at the Rinker Auditorium inside LBC at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 19, about how he built and sold his high-end San Francisco insurance firm. His story unfolds into lessons about starting, managing and …

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IMPORTANT CHANGE TO SPRING SEMESTER SCHEDULE: Need an upper-division “Change the world” course?  ENTP 391J Social Entrepreneurship was inadvertently omitted from the final schedule. The class is open to all majors and has been approved as a JSEM. It will meet 6-9 p.m. …

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IMPORTANT CHANGE TO SPRING SEMESTER SCHEDULE: Need an upper-division “Change the world” course?  ENTP 453 Social Entrepreneurship was inadvertantly omitted from the final schedule. The class is open to all majors and meets Monday nights from 6 to 9 p.m. Permanent JSEM approval is pending …

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The Prince Entrepreneurship Program is offering its introductory Prince Seminar (ENTP 399)  Spring semester, 2013. The course features successful entrepreneurs who tell their stories of how they failed and succeeded. Students will learn the fundamentals of opportunity identification, business start-up …

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Have a great idea? Want to put a product on the market? Start a non-profit? Do a Kick-starter? The Joseph C. Prince Entrepreneurship Program invites all Stetson students with a desire to use the new tools of entrepreneurship for creating …

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There will be an Informational Meeting regarding the Cuba Field Study Trip today, Monday, Oct. 10, at 5:30 p.m. in LBC 122. The Cuba Field Study satisfies the Junior Seminar Requirement.

MIB candidate Bill Schneper will  present his research Thursday in the LBC Room 224 at 2 PM. Faculty are invited to attend.

Attention Juniors and Seniors…All majors Interested in an online class this summer?? Register for Entrepreneurial Management – MGT 451   ENTP 451 Entrepreneurial  Management will teach you what you need to know to launch your own business … from  feasibility …

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MIB Candidate, Jon Carrick, will be presenting his research tomorrow, Thursday, March 31, from 2-3 p.m. in LBC 429. Faculty are invited to attend.