WWS Calendar

WWS-CSR "Crossroads of Religion and Politics" series to resume February 26

Ambassadors discuss "Democracy Promotion in the 21st Century," Feb. 27

Col. Cosentino to discuss military force planning and Iraq, March 3

Lindsay '06 to discuss evangelicals and the American elite, March 4

Folly of U.S. space dominance subject of talk by Mike Moore, March 5

Susan Shirk, former Deputy Asst. Secy. for China, to speak, March 10

Newsweek magazine's Isikoff to speak at WWS, March 11

Kurt Volker to present "NATO: Is There Life After Afghanistan?" March 12

Orszag ’91, Director of Congressional Budget Office, to speak March 12

Afghanistan's future subject of talk by Col. Supervielle, March 13

Sino-U.S. relations topic of talk by Qin Yaqing, March 24

Theodore Postol, MIT ballistic missile expert, to speak, March 25

Amb. of Israel to U.S to discuss US-Israeli relations, March 26

Newt Gingrich to speak on workable healthcare policy, April 2

Conservative movement of the '70s and today subject of discussion, April 9

Amb. Daniel Kurtzer to discuss negotiating Arab-Israeli peace, April 10

Panel discussion to address recent Bartels book "Unequal Democracy," April 14

Arab human security and development subject of Alsoswa talk, April 15

Sylvain Cypel, editor-in-chief of Le Monde, to speak at WWS April 16

Muslim Americans and American democracy subject of Jamal talk, April 22

Healthcare debate: lessons from Canada for the U.S. subject of talk, April 28

Reclaiming the conservative movement topic of panel discussion, April 29

"Images of Christ in Black Politics" subject of Harris-Lacewell talk, April 30

"Art of the Times" panel discussion to feature Op-Ed artists, May 1

"The Secret War With Iran" subject of Bergman talk, Sept. 18

"Elusive Search for Arab-Israeli Peace" subject of talk by Aaron David Miller, Sept. 22

"Adlai Stevenson's Lasting Legacy" panel to feature Adlai Stevenson III, Sept. 24

Former CIA Inspector General Hitz to discuss "Espionage in Era of Uncertainty," Sept. 25

Former Hillary Clinton faith outreach director Burns Strider to speak, Oct. 6

2008 elections and reliability of state polls subject of panel discussion, Oct. 7

PRIOR to co-host "Children's Health in NJ" summit, Oct. 17

Oct. 23 panel: "Liberals and Libertarians: Common Ground or Separate Agendas?"

NY Times Magazine's James Traub to discuss U.N. and "Best Intentions," Nov. 3

Indonesia's U.N. ambassador Natalegawa to speak, Nov. 18

CHANGE IN TIME: Former Mideast envoy Dennis Ross to speak Dec. 10

WWS to co-host panel session, viewing of Obama inauguration, Jan. 20

Prospects for peace after Gaza crisis subject of panel discussion, January 22

Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mullen to speak Feb. 5

"Efficiency in Spending School Tax Dollars" subject of PRIOR conference, Feb. 6

Amb. Tony Hall to present talk on faith and public life, Feb. 10

Korb and Bergman to discuss "Restoring American Military Power," Feb. 11

P.W. Singer '97, author of "Wired for War," to speak Feb. 17

Sudan and political Islam subject of talk by Jok, Feb. 18

"The Military and Covert Options for Iran," subject of talk by Gardiner, Feb. 19

Barnett Rubin talk, ending chaos in Afghanistan, rescheduled for Feb. 23

"Bought and Sold: Modern Day Slavery" subject of panel discussion at WWS, Feb. 24

Michael Gerson, former presidential policy adviser and speechwriter, to speak Feb. 25

"The Challenge of Closing Guantánamo" subject of LAPA talk February 26

PRIOR to host conf. on America's transportation infrastructure, March 6

David Mayhew to inaugurate politics lecture series, March 9 to 11

State Dept. Under Secretary Burns to discuss foreign policy challenges, Mar. 23

Uwe Reinhardt talk March 24: Can Obama come to healthcare's rescue?

Religion and foreign policy expert Timothy Shah to speak at WWS, March 25

PRIOR to host conference on U.S. fiscal crisis, March 27

Jan Lodal M.P.A. '67 to discuss nuclear weapons and Russia, March 30

Jeff Schott talk: "The Future of the Multilateral Trading System," March 31

NRDC President Beinecke to discuss Obama's record on the environment, April 1

Vendrell, former EU Special Rep. to Afghanistan, to speak April 2

PRIOR to address region's emergency preparedness, April 3

"Guns in America" subject of panel discussion at WWS, April 7

James Mann talk: "Revisiting Reagan's Role in the End of the Cold War," April 9

MIT's Glasmeier to address geography and U.S. poverty, April 14

President of Israeli Supreme Court to deliver public address, April 16

China's ambassador to the U.S. Zhou Wenzhong to present policy address, April 29

America's newspaper crisis subject of PRIOR conference, May 1

Expert panel to address swine flu outbreak, May 6

"Sustainability and the Obama Stimulus Agenda" subject of PRIOR event, Sept. 18

Ambassador Ryan Crocker M.C.F. '85 to speak, Sept. 30

John Bruton, Ambassador of the European Union to the U.S., Oct. 1

Eliminating nuclear weapons subject of talk by Bruce Blair, Oct. 5

Latin America expert Casas-Zamora to speak at WWS, Oct. 6

Chris Daggett, independent candidate for NJ governor, to speak Oct. 7

"Why the present nuclear nonproliferation order will not survive" subject of Karnad talk, Oct. 7

Land grabbing in developing countries is subject of von Braun talk, Oct. 8

Hoffmann, international relations scholar, to inaugurate Richard Ullman series, Oct. 13

"The 2009 Elections: What's at Stake for Obama?" subject of talk, Oct. 14

Morawetz '76, founder of the Immigrants Rights Clinic, to speak at WWS Oct. 19

Public lecture, book signing by School's Paul Krugman, Oct. 21

Marshall M.P.A. '69 to address "Development and Religious Actors," Oct. 26

J Street's Jeremy Ben Ami '84 to speak at WWS, Nov. 17

UPDATE: Up to the minute - "The Yemen Crisis: Some Ground Truths," now Jan. 13

Up to the minute: "Crisis in Haiti: The economic, heath, and stabilization ramifications," Feb. 3

Former executive director of 9/11 Commission, Philip Zelikow, to speak Feb. 16

AJC executive director, David Harris to discuss global leadership at WWS, Feb. 23

Bell, former president of CARE, to discuss NGOs, int'l relief, and development, Feb. 24

Health care economics expert Uwe Reinhardt to speak at WWS, March 8

Panel to discuss Supreme Court Campaign Finance Ruling, March 10

Jon Corzine to Launch WWS "Financial Market Regulation" Series, September 27

Pulitzer Prize Winner Paul Starr to Begin New "Implementing Healthcare Reform" Series, September 30th

Isobel Coleman '87, Author and Democratization and Economic Development Expert, to Speak October 6

"Derivatives: 'Weapons of Mass Destruction' or Generators of Market Stability?" -- Subject of Lowenstein and Tett talk, October 11

"A Future for Public Media in New Jersey" Subject of Panel Discussion, October 20

Financial Market Regulation Series: "Defining the 'New Normal' in Executive Compensation," November 8

Peter Orszag, Former OMB Director, to discuss "Health Care Reform and Our Fiscal Future," November 10

Post-Mid Term Elections Panel to Feature NPR's David Welna, November 15

"Purple Hearts – Back from Iraq and Homeland," subject of panel discussion, November 16

Shuja Nawaz, Director, Atlantic Council South Asia Center, to present "Pakistan: In the Eye of The Storm," November 17

"Racial Dimensions of the Foreclosure Crisis" Subject of Talk by WWS Immigration Expert, Doug Massey, November 18

Fifth Financial Market Regulation series to feature Sorkin and Gensler, November 22

Financial Market Regulation Series to Culminate with Joshua Bolten and Paul Volcker, December 6

Vali Nasr, Sr. Advisor to Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, to Speak December 8

National Urban League Centennial Panel to discuss "Empowering African Americans in the Age of Obama," December 9

Carter Roberts ’82, President and CEO of the World Wildlife Fund, to Speak at WWS, December 13

"Up to the Minute" Panel at WWS to Discuss WikiLeaks, Tuesday, December 14

Up to the Minute: "Egypt in Turmoil" with Daniel Kurtzer, former ambassador to Egypt and Israel, February 1

Cyril Black Book Forum to Focus on the Future of the Dollar, February 7

Lawson Brigham, Arctic Policy Expert, to Kick Off New "Changing Notions of State, Sovereignty, and Self-Determination" Series, February 10

"Same Sex Marriage in the United States: Where We Are as a Nation," Subject of Panel Discussion, February 17

NPR's Linda Wertheimer to Interview Nannerl Keohane about Leadership

Healthcare Economist Uwe Reinhardt to Discuss the Cost of Healthcare in America, February 23

Ambassador Mousavian, Iran's Former Lead Nuclear Negotiator, to Present "Iran’s Nuclear Crisis and the Way Out," February 24

1960s Civil Rights Advocates, Doar '44, Katzenbach '45, and Goldin '57 to Speak at "John F. Kennedy and Civil Rights: Fifty Years After," March 2

"Yemen: Thinking Outside the AQAP (Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula) Box" Subject of Panel Discussion, March 7

March 9 at the Princeton Club of New York: "The Future of WikiLeaks: What Happens Now?"

"The Global Economy: Recovery for Whom?"

Ninth annual Princeton Colloquium to address "Rethinking U.S. Foreign Aid and Policy," April 8 and 9, 2011

Mark Quarterman MPA '87, CSIS Director of Post-Conflict Reconstruction Project, to Discuss "Toward a Smarter Multilateralism," April 11

Panel to Address "Implementing Health Reform: Are the States Ready, Willing and Able?" April 13

Education Secretary to deliver policy address April 20

After Bin Laden: The Implications for Foreign Relations and Policy:" Woodrow Wilson School to Host Policy Discussion on May 9

Embedded in Afghanistan: A Panel Discussion with Sebastian Junger and Michael O'Hanlon at Princeton Club of New York, May 18

Up to the Minute: Daniel Kurtzer, Former Ambassador to Egypt and Israel, to Provide on the Ground Analysis of Situation in Egypt, May 19

New Jersey Governor to speak at Princeton University, May 20

"9/11: Looking Forward" Features NIC Chairman, Chris Kojm, September 19

Iran's Nuclear Program Subject of Talk by Ambassador Pickering, October 3, 2011

Michelle Shephard, Toronto Star Nat'l Security Reporter, to present "Decade of Fear," October 11

Axel Weber, Former Deutsche Bundesbank President and Future UBS Chair to Speak at WWS, October 12

John Berry, Director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, to speak at WWS, October 13

WHO Infectious Disease Expert, Christopher Dye, to Inaugurate Gilbert Omenn '61 Lecture in Science Policy, October 17

Art Exhibit and Panel Discussion to Commemorate Tenth Anniversary of 9/11, October 18

Kristina Johnson, Former Under-Secretary of Energy, to Kick Off Energy and Environment Series, October 19

Mankiw '80, Economic Advisor to 2012 Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney and Harvard Economics Professor, to speak at WWS, October 20

Anne-Marie Slaughter, Former Director, Policy Planning for U.S. State Department, to Speak at Inaugural Joseph S. Nye Jr. Lecture, Oct. 24

Jared Bernstein, Former Chief Economist & Economic Policy Adviser to Vice President Biden, to speak at WWS, November 7

Nir Barkat, Mayor of Jerusalem, to Present a Public Talk at WWS, November 8

William J. Lynn III, Former Deputy Secretary of Defense, to Speak at WWS, November 9

General James E. Cartwright (ret.), Former Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, to speak at WWS, November 15

James Fallows, Nat'l Correspondent for the Atlantic, Kicks Off Series with "Learning to Love the (Shallow, Divisive, Unreliable) New Media," Nov. 17

Up to the Minute: Israeli-Palestinian conflict topic of discussion between Kurtzer, former U.S. ambassador to Israel and Egypt, and Palestinian expert

Martin J. Gruenberg '75, Acting Chairman, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, to Speak at WWS, November 28

Don Peck, Atlantic Magazine Features Editor and Author, to Discuss "Can the Middle Class Be Saved?" at WWS, November 30

"The Role of Documentary in Shaping Public Policy" Subject of Panel Discussion, December 5

Acclaimed Journalist, Tom Brokaw, to Present "The Time of Our Lives," December 6, in Richardson Auditorium

Mark McClellan, Director of Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform at Brookings and Former FDA Commissioner, to speak at WWS December 7

POLICY FORUM ON “NEW JERSEY’S FINANCIAL FUTURE” HOSTED BY PRINCETON’S WOODROW WILSON SCHOOL

Gretchen Morgenson, New York Times Financial Editor and Columnist, to Speak December 12

"My Life as a Toaster Oven" Featuring Bob Garfield, Co-Host of NPR's "On the Media" and Ad Age Columnist, to speak at WWS, March 5

Zahir Tanin, Afghanistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, to Speak at WWS, April 9

"Cooking for Change" Art Exhibit and Panel Discussion at WWS May 1

Save the Date: 2013 Princeton Colloquium on Public and International Affairs - "Challenges to U.S. Policy in the Middle East"– May 3- 4, 2013

Passages: Mixed Media Works by Ela Shah

Nonhuman Animals: Eat, Test, Love

The Snowden Affair: NSA Surveillance, Subject of Talk with Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist, Bart Gellman '82, and Former Ambassador to Israel and Egypt, Daniel Kurtzer, Sept. 17

Melody Barnes, Former Director, Domestic Policy Council, to Speak as WWS 2013 Conor. D. Reilly Distinguished Visitor, September 23

Gail Collins, NYT Op-Ed Columnist, Author, to Speak September 24

CANCELLED: Floyd Abrams, Author, "The Friends of the Court," to Speak at WWS, September 26

Reproductive Health, Alzheimer's, Among Topics to be Discussed by NYT Health and Science Writer, Pam Belluck '85, Sept. 30

Mann and Orenstein to Discuss, "It's Even Worse Than It Looks," October 1

Panel Discussion: "Full Court Press II: How the Media Educates and Shapes Public Opinion about the Supreme Court," October 2

Maen Rashid Areikat, Chief Representative, Palestinian Liberation Organization, to Speak at WWS, October 7

Peter Singer Among Panelists to Discuss, "Non-Human Animals: Eat, Test, Love," at WWS, October 8

WWS's Nolan McCarty to Discuss New Book,"Political Bubbles: Financial Crises and the Failure of American Democracy," October 9

CANCELED: Uwe Reinhardt, Leading Authority on Health Care Economics, to Speak October 10

International Relations Faculty Colloquium: Domestic Institutions Beyond the Nation State:

Former Director of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, James E. Hansen, to Speak at WWS, October 14

WWS's Jacob Shapiro to Discuss New Book, "The Terrorist's Dilemma," October 15

The Cuban Missile Crisis at 50: Gambling with Amrageddon and Fabricating History

Hedging in International Relations: ASEAN States' Responses to a Rising China

China, Global Governance, and the Making of a Distant Water Fishing Nation

Taking Education Online: A Unique Opportunity for the New Millenium

Sacred Spaces: Turkish Mosques & Tombs

Princeton's Angus Deaton, to Discuss New Book, "The Great Escape: Health, Wealth, and the Origins of Inequality," October 21

Nuclear Energy at Scale: Lessons from French Civilian Program Development and Deployment

CITP Luncheon Series: Openness in the Mobile Broadband Ecosystem

How Partisan Is Trade Policy Voting in the U.S. Congress?

Ngaire Woods, Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government at Oxford University

Poor Brains: Poverty, Preterm Birth and Long Term Outcomes

Less But Better: Making De-Globalized Governance Work

Political Elites and Citizen Support for European Integration

Getting to Know the Bomb: Experiments in the Public Understanding of Nuclear Weapons

Pascal Lamy, Former Head of the World Trade Organization

CITP Luncheon Series: Arvind Narayanan

Obama, Data, and Porn: What Really Went Down on the 2012 Campaign

From War to Wellness: Drug Policy Reform Across the Americas

Institutional Reform in Pakistan: Approach and Challenges

Justice: Faces of the Human Rights Revolution

Military Children and Families

CHW/RPDS Weekly Seminar Series The Impact of Competition on Management Quality: Evidence from Public Hospitals

Framing Fukushima: Why disasters don't destroy the credibility of nuclear risk assessment

China and the United States in Civil-Commercial Air and Space

The Politics of Churchgoing in the U.S.

Neighborhoods, Gender, and Genes: Influences on Early Delinquency among African American Youth

Understanding the Complexities of Sunni – Shi'a Relations

Vote-Buying during Partisan Campaigns: Evidence from a Panel Survey List Experiment in Mexico

Obesity and Mortality: Challenges and Evidence

Law-Engaged Graduate Student Seminar: Measuring the Impact of Court Judgments: Evidence from the Indian Supreme Court

The Two-State Solution: What It Really Takes to Get to Yes

Lunch Timer: Ambassador Rudolf Bekink

Program on Science and Global Security Seminar: "Safety, Risk and the Fukushima Nuclear Accident"

Honor Killings in the Twenty-First Century

CITP Luncheon Series: Jasmine McNealy – Finding a “Home” Web:

In the Nation's Service: Lessons from Serving as the President's Chief Economist

Lunch Timer: Olga Jonas MPA '79

International Relations Faculty Colloquium

Lunch seminar: "To Implement or Not to Implement: ACA Challenges in a Purple State" - Dr. Bill Hazel

LAPA Seminar: European Exceptionalism?

The Effect of Receiving versus Being Denied a Wanted Abortion on Women’s Health and Wellbeing

“Presidential Leadership and the Creation of the American Era,” subject of talk by Joseph S. Nye, Jr., '58, Dec.2

Fifty Years of Family Planning: New Lessons on Short and Long-Run Effects of Increasing Access to Contraception

Law-Engaged Graduate Student Seminar: Practice Job Talk - Subjects and Suspects: How Emergency Laws and Surveillance Practices Diffused in the former British Empire - Examples from India, Israel and Cyprus

Til Health Do Us Part: European Responses to Health Inequalities

Presidential Selection of Supreme Court Nominees -- The Characteristics Approach

Constitution 3.0: Freedom and Technological Change

Syria's Heritage in Crisis

Public Lecture: Constructing Constitutional Politics: The Reconstruction Strategy for Protecting Rights

Global Health Colloquium: "The Global Menace, Again: Making Sense of the Worldliness of 20th Century Biomedicine" - Warwick Anderson

Lunch seminar: “Navigating the Treacherous Waters of Health Care Philanthropy: Supporting the ACA in a Politicized Environment,” Andrew Hyman and Deborah Bae, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Coverage Team

LAPA Seminar: Gender-Balanced International Courts? A View From Strasbourg

Trends in International Migration and the Current Discussion of Migration Issues at the United Nations.

Lunch seminar: "Pathways to public health: military and government service" - David Blazes, MD, MPH & Kim Bonner, MPA '08 *12

Lunch Timer: Multi-Sectional Approaches to Global Health

"Evidence-Based Medicine Needs Medicine-Based Evidence

The Europeanization and Politicization of Top Bureaucrats in EU Member States

Parties and Voting in Parliament

Lunch Timer: Brian Katulis MPA '00

Program on Science and Global Security: "China-US cooperation on the global commons"

Susanne Slavick: R&R (…&R)

Experiments in Federalism - How the level of government implementing a policy affects public opinion

"Global Trends in Nuclear Power"

Text as Data: Introduction to Diachronic Global Corpus

Racial Gerrymandering and Electoral Geography: The Voting Rights Act's Effects on Congressional Partisan Control and Electoral Competition

Schools and Student Data Privacy: Needs Improvement

Global Health Colloquium: “Climate Change, Global Health, and Human Rights” - Marcos A. Orellana

Lunch Timer: The Syria negotiations at a standstill - Impressions from Montreux, Geneva, and Munich

LAPA Seminar: Reimagining Affirmative Action

Three Mini Seminars on Current Research

CHW-RPDS Seminar: Avi Ebenstein, Visiting Research Scholar, Princeton University

Vote Buying and Associational Life

RESCHEDULED: Sergei Guriev - “The Political Origins and Implications of the Russian Economic Slowdown”

Jerusalem: Peace and the Law; Lecture/Q&A

Sergei Guriev - “The Political Origins and Implications of the Russian Economic Slowdown”

Lunch-Timer with Kathleen Sebelius, former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services

Thinking About Race on the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act: "Fictive Kinship: Family Reunification and the Meaning of Race and Nation in American Immigration"

Daniel Kammen - "Building a New Dialogue of Energy and Sustainability for the 21st Century"

The Demographic Imperative in Religious Change II: Cohort Replacement and the Trend to No Religious Identification in the United States

A. Scott Berg ’71, Author of "Wilson" - Tickets Available

What Can the European Commission Do When Member States Violate Basic Principles of the European Union? The Case for Systemic Infringement Actions.

Lunch Timer - Alexander Glaser, "Nuclear Choices: Policies and Technologies for Nuclear Power after Fukushima"

CHW-RPDS Seminar: Scott Fulford, Assistant Professor of Economics and International Studies, Boston College

JRC's Third Annual Conference: Consumption and Finance

The Political Legacy of American Slavery

Drauzio Varella, M.D. - "Health and My City"

India's 2014 Election: Who Will Win and What Will it Mean for India and the World?

Why do Parents Abort Girls? Patrilocality and its Historical Origins

Lunch seminar: "ACA Implementation Series: What the Affordable Care Act Means for Women" – Susan F. Wood, Ph.D.

Lunch Timer with Mary Schapiro

CHW-RPDS Seminar: Franco Peracchi, Visiting Research Scholar, Princeton University

"Update on US. Nuclear Weapons Policy and Programs"

Why Do Asian Americans Identify as Democrats? Testing Theories of Social Exclusion and Intergroup Solidarity

The Value and Use of Private Support Networks Among Families With Young Children

CANCELED Lunch Timer -- Donald Maron, Jr.

Thinking About Race on the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act: Looking Backwards, Forwards, and at the Present: "Southern Stalemate: Five Years without Public Education in Prince Edward County, Virginia"

CANCELLED: Lunch Timer: Civil Rights Series

The Feminization of Migration over the Longue Durée

Lunch Timer - "China’s Response to the Challenges in Health and Nutrition Among Chinese Children"

Whistleblowing in Society: Tales from Two Who Told the Truth

CHW-RPDS Seminar: Thomas Fujiwara, Assistant Professor of Economics, Princeton University

Lunch-Timer - “Is this the Hispanic Moment?"

A Critical Assessment of Education Reform: The New Civil Rights or a Reign of Error? Conversation in American Education Series

Stress and Telomere Length Among Children of Native and Foreign Born Latinos

The Development of Party Positions on Black Suffrage, 1780-1870: Coalition Maintenance and the White Republic

Lunch Timer - Up to the Minute - “Ukraine: Putin’s Self-Destruction"

LAPA Seminar: "Embracing Administrative Constitutionalism: Constitutional Construction and the Limits of Judicial Supremacy"

Social Capital and Population Health

Bioethics Seminar: "Handguns, Moral Rights, and Physical Security"

Housing bubbles and the European Welfare State: The State of the Debate

The People's Voice: The European Parliament and EU Lobbying.

CHW-RPDS Seminar: "Physician Beliefs and Patient Preferences: A New Look at Regional Variation in Health Care Spending"

Telling the Truth about Believing the Lies? The Meaning of Responses to Political Rumor Questions

Speaking with a Single Voice: Internal Cohesiveness and External Effectiveness of the EU in World Politics.

Ambassador Princeton N. Lyman: "Successes and Failures: What Can We Learn from the Sudan-South Sudan Peace Process?"

What is Your Car Saying to Your Shoes: Assessing the Internet of Things

Workshop: Public Justification in World Politics

Lunch-Timer with Dan Meridor, former Deputy Prime Minister of Israel; former Minister of Intelligence and Atomic Energy

How Do Labor Market Networks Work

Lunch Timer: Civil Rights Series

Improving Access to Early Medical Abortion Through the Use of Telemedicine

Is 50 the New 80? (joint with Angus S. Deaton, Princeton University)

Lunch Timer - Lesley F. Rosenthal, Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

"CREATIVE DESTRUCTION AND SUBJECTIVE WELLBEING"

Institutional politics in the EU: Veto points, intergovernmentalism, or venue shopping?.

"Modeling Consensus: The Kerner Commission Response to Urban Rioting in Newark"

Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Research Conference

Does Religious Discourse Matter? Experimental Evidence from Egypt

Lunch Timer with Conrad Hackett

THINKING ABOUT RACE on the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act: "Southern Stalemate: Five Years without Pubic Education in Prince Edward County, Virginia"

Lunch Timer - "The State of the Legal Profession: Why Someone in Their Right Mind Still Might Want to Go to Law School"

Sister Simone Campbell, Executive Director, NETWORK Catholic Social Justice Lobby; attorney; author, “A Nun on the Bus: How All of Us Can Create Hope, Change, and Community”

The Reproduction of People by Means of People: An Accounting Model

Walter Murphy Lecture in American Constitutionalism: Is the Constitution A Cage?

Lunch Timer with Ambassador Christopher Hill - "Life on the Frontlines of American Diplomacy"

Brokering Europe: Lawyers and the Making of a Transnational Polity.

Political Mobilization Among Ethnic Tibetans in China and International Implications

The Great Recession and Child Behavior

Critical Encounters Lecture Series: 22 Lewd Chinese Women, Chy Lung v. Freeman, 1876

Big Data and Health: Implications for New Jersey's Health Care System

Amb.Ephraim Halevy - A Challenging Crisis Combination in the Middle East, the Black Sea and Beyond

NYC Economic Development Strategy in Response to the Financial Crisis

Lunch Timer with Mei Gechlik, Founder and Director, China Guiding Cases Project, Stanford Law School

CHW-RPDS Seminar: Jonathan Gruber, Professor of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

What's "Public" about Public Health in India

CHW-RPDS Seminar: Arun Chandrasekhar, Assistant Professor in Economics, Standford University

Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., NIAID Director, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health

Lunch Timer - “Hate Thy Neighbor: Move in Violence and the Persistence of Racial Segregation in American Housing”

John Holdren, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, to Deliver Keynote at "Speaking Knowledge to Power" Symposium

Why Congress Doesn’t Work

"The Only Battle in the Nation's History in Which the Black Community Has Not Been Enlisted:" Black Resistance and Alternatives to Incarceration

Lunch Timer Norbert Hirschhorn, M.D. - Tobacco Policy

Architecture, Cities, and Nature Lecture Series: Manhattan Project

Current Policies in the Wake of the Great Recession: Are They Making it Worse or Better?

Jaune Quick-To-See Smith: Water and War

Contextual Factors in Selective College Admission

Leadership & Lunch with Nan Keohane

Bioethics Seminar: "Paternalism and End of Life Care" - Sarah Conly

Lunch-timer with Nate Adler MPA '11

CHW-RPDS Seminar: Geoffrey Heal, Associate Professor of Economics, Columbia Business School

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "Israel's campaign against Iraq's nuclear program"

Lunch-Timer with Bruce Jentleson - “Strategic Recalibration: Framework for a 21st Century National Security Strategy”

The Nationalization of American Politics

Global Health Colloquium: “Warning! The Surgeon General Has (Not Yet) Determined that (E-) Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health" - Eric A. Feldman

Lunch Timer: Civil Rights Series

LAPA Seminar: "Executing Whiteness: Capital Punishment in American Popular Culture, 1915-1940"

Marital Partnership Selection and HIV Concordance in a Generalized Epidemic Setting

Lunch-timer with Victoria Gammino - Epidemiologist, Center for Disease Control, Atlanta

"THE AWAKENING AFRICAN LION: Raila Odinga on the Continent's Transformations and Challenges"

Lunch-timer - "School Choice from the Trenches: Significant but Fragile Public Policy" - Eileen Bakke, Co-founder and Sr. Vice President, Imagine Schools Non-Profit

CHW-RPDS Seminar: Chang-Tai Hsieh, Professor of Economics, University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "Risks from low-level ionizing radiation - a moving landscape"

The Familial Roots of Political Inequality

Lunch-Timer with Jenice L. View, Ph.D. - "The Case for Public Urban Schools"

Architecture, Cities, and Nature Lecture Series: Lucia Costa and Brasilia

Fourth Annual Theorodology Prize Lecture - Category Signaling and Reputation

Leaving Prison as a Transition to Poverty: Preliminary Results from the Boston Reentry Study

Lunch-Timer with Dean Spears MPA '07, Ph.D. '13 - "Sanitation in India: Human Development Crisis and Policy Puzzle"

CHW-RPDS Seminar: Dean Spears, Visiting Economist, Centre for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "Improving international nuclear non-proliferation law"

Viribus Mari Victoria? Power and Law in the South China Sea

Vote Buying and Associational Life

Comrades in Arms: The Roosevelt Administration, Veterans Organizations, and the Politics of War, 1939-1941

From the Great Recession to the Modest Recovery: Reflections on Advising the President

Identifying and Addressing Challenges in Survey Research

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "Real-time Radioxenon measurement using a Phoswich detector for CTBT verification purposes"

Criminal Justice Working Group: Graduate Student Presentations

The 'New' Race Card: Priming Race Without Stereotypes

"An overview of global development of advanced nuclear energy technology: The role of the Generation IV International Forum"

Early Harsh Parenting and Child Externalizing Behavior Across the First Decade: Moderating Effects of Cumulative Risk and Genetic Sensitivity

Money in Politic$: A Comparative Perspective

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: “Laser Isotope Separation: A New Route to a Bomb?”

Neighborhood Incarceration Rates and Children’s Educational and Health Outcomes

Helping Parents, Helping Children: Exploring the Promise of Two-Generation Programs

"Are Financial Institutions Too Big or Too Big to Fail?" Panel Discussion

WWS undergrad reunion breakfast

A Celebration of the Life of Richard Ullman

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "The influence of the Fukushima accident on Japan's reprocessing policy and the challenges ahead"

Deploying Molecular Genetics to Better Understand Social Stratification

Maternal Nutrition, The Status of Women, and Health Outcomes for Indian Children

CITP Lunch: Justin Rao - Advertising, Competition, and Privacy in E-Commerce

Constitution Day Lecture with the Honorable Rush Holt, Member, U.S. House of Representatives

"Household Response to Income Changes: Evidence from an Unconditional Cash Transfer Program in Kenya"

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "Nuclear Weapon “Pit” Production: Findings from an Industrial Perspective"

Command and Control: Nuclear Weapons, the Damascus Accident, and the Illusion of Safety

Measuring Poverty-Related Stress and Brain Development in Fragile Families

Are Supreme Court Nominations a Move-the-Median Game?

Lunch-Timer - "Up to the Minute" From AQI to ISIS: the Evolution of Transnational Jihadi Groups in Iraq

Policy Forum - ACLU Conference: Civil Liberties in Times of War

Following the Flows Transnational Approaches to Intangible Transfers

Global Health Colloquium: "Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies: The Naturalization of Transnational Inequalities in Immigrant Farm Labor" - Seth Holmes

Following the Flows Transnational Aproaches to Intangible Transfers

Lunch-Timer with Brian Vogt MPA ’03, Sr. Democracy and Government Advisor, Office of Afghanistan and Pakistan Affairs, U.S. Agency for International Development

LAPA Seminar - Europe’s Other Democracy Problem: Should Brussels Protect Democracy and the Rule of Law Inside EU Member States?

U.S. Racial/Ethnic Politics in Institutional Context: A Synthesis of Some Recent Research

Beyond Orphanhood: Parental Absence and Child Health in Tanzania

Lunch-timer with Marcelo Côrtes Neri Ph.D. ’96, Minister of Strategic Affairs of Brazil; President, Institute for Applied Economic Research (IPEA)

Law-Engaged Graduate Student [LEGS] Seminar

"Does Grief Transfer Across Generations? In-Utero Deaths and Child Outcomes"

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "Will the U.S. Learn the Lessons from Fukushima?"

Economic Effects of the Great Recession on Families with Young Children

Preference Heterogeneity of the Judiciary and the Composition of Political Jurisdictions

Concussions in Youth Sports Discussion to Feature NFL Football Hall of Famer Harry Carson, Friday, Sept. 26, 2014

Lunch-Timer with James Zirin ’61, Senior Counsel, Sidley Austin LLP; Producer and Host, "Conversations in the Digital Age;" author

H.E. Dr. Khalid Bin Mohammed AlAttiyah, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of Qatar

Brothers and Sisters/Sons and Daughters: Who Helps Aging Parents

Skill Disparities and Unequal Family Outcomes

CITP Lunch: Arvind Narayanan - Ending the Online Panopticon

House of Debt: How They (and You) Caused the Great Recession, and How We Can Prevent It from Happening Again

The Lasting Legacy of Seasonal Influenza: In-Utero Exposure and Human Capital Development

Functional Constitutionalism in the European Union

Up to the Minute: The Aftermath of Ferguson

Signaling and Counter-Signaling in the Judicial Hierarchy: An Empirical Analysis of En Banc Review

Lunch-Timer with Anu Gupta, M.D., Executive Director, Strategic Alliances & Grantmaking Worldwide Corporate Contributions, Johnson & Johnson

Unmaking the Bomb: A Fissile Material Approach to Nuclear Disarmament and Nonproliferation

Lunch-Timer with David Ehrenberg MPA-URP ’06, President and CEO, Brooklyn Navy Yards

Lunch-Timer with J. Kael Weston, former Political Officer, U.S. State Department in Garmser, Afghanistan

LAPA Seminar - Why There is No Governing With Judges

The Strength of School to Work Linkages: A Comparison of France, Germany, and the U.S.

Lunch-Timer with Roland G. Fryer, Henry Lee Professor of Economics, Harvard University

Continuity and Change in Chinese Foreign Policy under Xi Jinping

Law-Engaged Graduate Student [LEGS] Seminar - "Regulatory Monopoly and Differential Pricing in the Market for Patents"

"Do Doctors Engage in risk Selection? Unintended Consequences of Paying Doctors to Reduce Costs"

Betting against Sovereigns: The Effects of Credit Derivatives on the Borrowing Cost of European Peripherals

"The Rich are Different From You and Me": How Wealthy Student Bodies Foster Economically Conservative Students

Lunch-Timer with Ambassador (r.) David Huebner, Former U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa; Partner, public international law, and national security practices law firm, Arnold & Porter LLP

The Contest of the Century: The New Era of Competition with China--and How America Can Win

Global Health Colloquium: "LGBT Health and Human Rights: A Global Challenge" - Chris Beyrer

Lunch-Timer - Friday, Oct. 10 - Up to the Minute: The Hong Kong Umbrella Revolution

Lunchtimer - Epidemic of birth defects in Iraqi cities

China in the Age of Ambition: Eight Years in Beijing

LAPA Seminar - Arendt on the Crime of Crimes

From Chinatown to Every Town: New Patterns of Employment for Low-Skilled Chinese Immigrants in the U.S.

Lunch-Timer Tuesday, October 14 - Regional Opportunities for Israel and the Palestinians After the Gaza War - Amir Tibon, Diplomatic Correspondent, Walla News

"How Does Peer Pressure Affect Educational Investments?

Lunch Timer with Olympia J. Snowe, former United States Senator (ME); Chairman & CEO, Olympia Snowe, LLC

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "Enriching the world: US civilian nuclear policy under Eisenhower"

Migration, Bureaucratic Reform and Institutional Persistence: Evidence from U.S. Municipalities

Lunch-Timer with Frank P. Scruggs II, Esq., MPA/JD ’76, Partner, Berger Singerman LLP; former Secretary of Labor, FL

The Incipient Crisis in Securities Regulation

Lunch-Timer with David Pearce, U.S. Ambassador to Greece - American Diplomacy and Greece: Past, Present, and Future

Bringing International Human Rights Back Home? Lawyers for Two Presidential Administrations Examine U.S. Compliance with Human Rights Treaties

"Family Size of Children and Women During the Demographic Transition"

Substitution Between Individual and Source Country Characteristics: Social Capital, Culture, and US Labor Market Outcomes Among Immigrant Women.

Up to the Minute: Ukraine in Revolution and War - Documentary Screening of "#BABYLON'13" by Yuriy Gruzinov and Discussion

Law-Engaged Graduate Student [LEGS] Seminar: Stratified Surveillance: Policing in the Age of Big Data

"Information Frictions and the Welfare Cost of Adverse Selection"

The EU's Security and Defense Dimension: Implications for US Policymakers

Education, Party Polarization and the Origins of the Partisan Gender Gap

Parents' Romantic Relationships During the Great Recession

Web Privacy and Transparency Conference

South Side of Chicago: Photography by Jon Lowenstein

Environmental Migration and Labor Markets in Nepal

LAPA Seminar: What the Laws Demand of Socrates - and of Us

The Insidious Effects of Benevolent Sexism

Trusting Human Safety to Software: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Scripting the Moves: Class, Choice, and Urban School Reform

Lunch-Timer with General ( Ret.) Stanley McChrystal - former Commander, U.S. International Security Assistance Forces Afghanistan; former Commander, Joint Special Operations Command

The Investment Dimension of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Finding the Right Balance between Investor Protections and Regulations

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "Developing and Financing Nuclear Power Projects"

Law-Engaged Graduate Student [LEGS] Seminar: Inchoate Crimes, Inconsistent Decisions and Immorality

Lunch-Timer with Lisa M. Moore MPA ’09, Coordination Officer, Policy and Best Practices Service, Departments of Peacekeeping and Field Support, United Nations

Jill Abramson, former NYT Executive Editor - "In Defense of Leaks: Why A Free Press Matters More in the Age of Terror"

Urban Studies Research Methods Workshop

Special STEP seminar - ' A Conversation With Mary Robinson"

Lunch-Timer with David Shore *76, Deputy Chief, Media Leaks Task Force, National Security Agency

“The Link Between Climate Change and Human Rights” - Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland; United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Change; former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

Social and Biological Linkages in Health and Well-Being across the Life Course

Lunch-Timer with Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland; Founder, The Mary Robinson Foundation - Climate Justice

"Health Inequalities: What Is Their Moral Significance?"

Lunch-Timer with David Risher '87, Co-founder and President, Worldreader

Entrepreneurial, Non Profit Management: Discussion w/ David Risher '87, President and Co-Founder, Worldreader

Lunch-Timer with Michael Singh ’99, Managing Director, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy

VISIONS OF CARE: RECONSTRUCTING HEALTH PRACTICES An International Seminar

Global Health Colloquium: "Pain: A Political History" - Keith Wailoo

Lunch-Timer with David Aaron Kessler, M.D., former U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner; Professor of Pediatrics and Epidemiology and Biostatistics, UCSF School of Medicine

LAPA Seminar - The Rights of Man and the Rights of the Man-made: Corporations and Human Rights

Men and Contraception in Sub-Saharan Africa

Taking on Big Public Health Challenges: Tobacco and Obesity

Law-Engaged Graduate Student [LEGS] Seminar: The Institutions of Federal Reserve Independence

"Firms' Response and Unintended Health Consequences of Industrial Regulations"

Knowing the Adversary: Leaders, Intelligence, and Assessment of Intentions in International Relations

Lunch-Timer - It’s Taken on Faith: the Concept of Religion in First Amendment Jurisprudence

Why China Will Become a Global Military Power

Grand Strategy and Self-Determination - 20th Liechtenstein Colloquium

Private Conference: Religions, Rights, and Institutions

Lunch-Timer - Nov. 24 - Judy McPherson & Courtney Brettle from Play Soccer Nonprofit International

Panel to Discuss the Consequences of Power, Poverty and Violence in the South Side of Chicago

Rubella and Vaccination: The Intersection of Demography, Ecology and Public Policy

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "Deal or No deal? Prospects for Iran's Nuclear Program and the Future of Sanctions" (off-the-record session)

Lunch-Timer with John Selig MPA '87, Arkansas Director of Human Services

Dr. Mustafa A.G. Abushagur "Libya, Transition from Dictatorship to Democracy, Challenges and Prospects"

Is Income Inequality Harmful?

Lunch-Timer with Randall Balmer, Chair, Department of Religion; Dartmouth Professor in the Arts & Sciences, Dartmouth College

"A Shot at Life, Global Immunization as a Tool for Child Survival" - Shetal Shah & Heather Brumberg

Welfare Migration? Free Movement of EU Citizens and Access to Social Benefits

"Caloric Requirements and Food Consumption Patterns of the Poor"

Corruption and the Incumbency Disadvantage: Theory and Evidence

Lunch-Timer with Shirin Ebadi - Iranian lawyer, human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner

“A Critique of Fundamentalism” - Shirin Ebadi, Founder, Defenders of Human Rights Center in Iran; Iranian Lawyer; 2003 Nobel Peace Prize Winner

Staying Relevant in a Media Saturated World

Up to the Minute: Ebola Challenges the World

LAPA Seminar - The New Gates of Admission: On Citizenship, States, and Markets

Aneesh Chopra, former and first U.S. CTO - Innovative State: How New Technologies Can Transform Government

Reunifying versus Living Apart Together Across Borders: A Comparative Analysis of Sub-Saharan Migration to Europe

Lunch-Timer - The Tension Between the Conflict and the Occupation in the Israeli-Palestinian Context

CITP Lunch: Bart Huffman - Enterprise Adoption of Cloud Computing

Lunch-timer - Wedneday, Dec. 10 – Shadia Marhaban - International Mediator, Capacity Builder and Activist from Aceh, Indonesia.

"Childhood Lead Exposure and Criminal Behavior: Lessons from the Swedish Phase-Out of Leaded Gasoline"

“Garwin” Film Screening and Discussion to Feature Eminent Physicist Richard Garwin

Genetic Sensitivity to Social Environment: Stress Reactivity Moderates the Relationship of Persistent Maternal Depression and Child Behavior

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "When The Engineers Are Wrong: Epistemological Bias in the Fukushima Nuclear Crisis"

Willie J. Parker, M.D., MPH, MSc, Associate Medical Director, Family Planning Associates

Demography and Genetics: What Have We Learned in the Past 10 Years?

Graduate Student Research Poster Session

The Trenton Project 2014 Films Premier: Work Makes a City Work – Work in Progress Critique of Films

Justifing Israel's Wars in Jewish Law: Challenges and Solutions

Ethnicity, Language and Region in Ukraine: Evidence from Survey Experiments

Labor's Love Lost: The Rise and Fall of the Working-Class Family in America

LUNCH TIMER - Tuesday, Feb. 3 - visiting Korean Congressional Aides to Discuss U.S.-Asia Pacific Rebalance and Relations with Northeast Asia- Republic of Korea (ROK)

Temporal Transparency: US, EU, and Secrecy in International Lawmaking

“Je suis Charlie” Roundtable

Individual Campaign Donors, Candidate Ideology, and Incentives for Representation

CISS Colloquium: Strategies of Inhibition: U.S. Grand Strategy And the Nuclear Revolution

Lunch-Timer with Yael Berda, Academy Scholar, Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies, the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Cambridge, MA

Big Data and the Social Sciences

LAPA Seminar: PROVING LEGAL CAUSATION IN INTERNATIONAL SPEECH CRIMES

Lunch Timer - Feb. 10 - Cash to the Poor: Evidence from an Unconditional Cash Transfer Program in Kenya - Jeremy Shaprio, Associate Research Scholar, Psychology

CITP Luncheon Speaker Series: Rich Bonneau and Josh Tucker – The NYU Social Media and Political Participation Lab: Using Social Networks to Improve Quantification of the Dynamics of Individual Level Political Behavior

Law-Engaged Graduate Student [LEGS] Seminar - TBA

Lunch Seminar: MAIMONIDES AND CONTEMPORARY TORT THEORIES: Law, Religion, Economics, and Morality

CREATIVE DESTRUCTION AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING

When Bipartisanship is Partisan: The Strategic Use of Bipartisanship in Congress

Lunch seminar: "Aging in China" - Tsung-Mei Cheng

Up to the Minute - Russia: A New Cold War?

Lunch-Timer - Monday, Feb. 16 with Terdema L. Ussery II ’81, CEO, Dallas Mavericks; President, Mavericks Foundation "Sports, Service and the Public Sector"

New Thoughts on Old Age: Work, RMDs, and Longevity Risk

LUNCH TIMER - Tuesday, Feb. 17 - Kathleen Sebelius, former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services

Kathleen Sebelius, former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services - "The Future of Health Care in America"

Magne Mogstad, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Chicago

LUNCH TMER - Wednesday, Feb. 18 - “Who Should Control Monetary Policy? Politicians or the Central Bank?” - Don Brash, Former Governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand

Is a National Cultural Policy still Possible? France's 'Cultural Exception' in the 21st Century

JRCPPF 4th Annual Conference: “Finance, Inequality and Long-run Growth”

Maternal Education, Changing Family Circumstances, and Child Development in the U.S. and U.K.

Women on the Run: Gender, Media, and Political Campaigns in the 21st Century

LUNCH-TIMER, Monday, Feb. 23 - Birth of the Arab-Israeli Peace Process: Why It Worked When It Worked

Global Health Colloquium: "Health and Mental Health in China: Four Decades of Observations"

The American and European Economic Crises in Comparative Perspective - Arnaud Montebourg, former French Minister of the Economy

Assimilation in The US: A Look at The Ellis Island Era and The Present Day

Lunch-Timer - Tuesday, Feb. 24 - Why Everybody Should Deal with Politics - Arnaud Montebourg, former French Minister of Industrial Renewal

Basing Rules on Empirical Evidence: Transparency in Lawmaking

Law-Engaged Graduate Student [LEGS] Seminar - TBA

Islamic Law in Perspective: Guiding Policymakers in Understanding Shari'ah Today

Reflections on the Practice of European Institutions

Elite and Mass Support for Foreign Aid Versus Government Programs: Experimental Evidence from Uganda

Lunch Timer - Feb. 26 - Phillip Connor, Ph.D, Research Associate, Religion & Public Life Project, Pew Research Center

Immersive Journalism: A New Horizon in Storytelling?

LUNCH TIMER - Monday, March 2 - UP TO THE MINUTE - ISIS: Making Sense of the Islamic State, Iraqi and Historical Perspectives

Nicholas Kristof & Sheryl WuDunn, MPA '88 - A Path Appears: Transforming Lives, Creating Opportunity

Activity Spaces and Youth Development: Preliminary Findings from the Adolescent Health and Development in Context (AHDC)

Lunch-Timer with Robert N. Stavins - Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School of Government; Director, Harvard Environmental Economics Program

The Never-ending Problems of the War on Terror: Pulitzer Prize winner Bart Gellman ’82, to Interview Karen J. Greenberg, Director, Center on National Security, Fordham University School of Law; author

The Ukraine Crisis: U.S. Policy and the Road Ahead

Solomon M. Hsiang, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, University of California~Berkeley

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "Antineutrino Reactor Monitoring and Potential Applications to Safeguards"

CANCELED: Thomas Piketty, Associate Chair and Professor of Economics, Paris School of Economics; author, “Capital in the Twenty-First Century”

CISS Policy Forum: Bringing Back the Dead: History, Memory and Writing About War

Conference on Public Norms and Government Performance

Behavior Insights to Improve Development Policy: World Development Report 2015

Global Health Colloquium: "On the Radar: Police Brutality, Politics and Public Health"

State Capacity in Financial Times

LUNCH TIMER - Monday, March 9 with I. William Zartman, Professor Emeritus, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University

LISD Lunch Seminar: Gender Diversity in Political Leadership: Opportunities, Challenges, and Best Practices

Why are Well-Educated Muscovites More Likely to Survive? Understanding the Biological Pathways

Teatime Talk: Women and Global Leadership

Law-Engaged Graduate Student [LEGS] Seminar - TBA

The Choice for Europe since Maastricht: Member States’ Preferences for Economic and Fiscal Integration

Prashant Bharadwaj, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of California~San Diego

Engaging Different Political Viewpoints

LUNCH TIMER - March 23 - Law Enforcement Surveillance Technologies: Are There Effective Legal Limits?

Film Screening “East Jerusalem/West Jerusalem" and Q&A to Feature Singer-Songwriter David Broza, 7:00 p.m., March 23

Lunch Seminar: Judging Immigration Cases

Wealth Inequality in Opportunity

LUNCH TIMER - Dan Meridor, former Deputy Prime Minister of Israel; former Minister of Intelligence and Atomic Energy

Law-Engaged Graduate Student [LEGS] Seminar - When Certainty Enters the Story: Managing Narrative Logic in the Prosecution of Parents

After the Paris Attacks: Is There a Future for the Jews and the Muslims in France?

Is 50 the New 80? Changing Patterns of Health and Mental Health in the U.S. (joint w/Angus Deaton, Princeton University)

Enchanted America: Magic, Metaphor, and Emotion in U.S. Public Opinion

LUNCH TIMER- Thursday, 26 - "Disrupting Diplomacy" - Carne Ross, Founder and Executive Director of Independent Diplomat

The Kennan Diaries: A Landmark Collection of Never-Before-Published Diaries of George F. Kennan

LUNCH TIMER - March 30 - Non-Military Drones: What Laws and Ethics Do We Need?

Up to the Minute: "Collective Challenges in the Americas" - José Miguel Insulza, Secretary General of the Organization of the American States

LAPA Seminar: The Structure of Global Constitutionalism

Understanding Labor Market Disparities Between U.S.-born and Foreign-born Blacks in the United States

“Mind the Gap: Changing U.S. Income and Wealth Disparity" - Sister Simone Campbell, Executive Director, NETWORK Catholic Social Justice Lobby; attorney; author, “A Nun on the Bus”

Islamic Law in Perspective - Guiding Policymakers in Understanding Shari'ah Today: Islamic Civilization’s Legacy and Why It Matters Today

LUNCH TIMER - Sister Simone Campbell, Executive Director, NETWORK Catholic Social Justice Lobby; attorney; author, “A Nun on the Bus: How All of Us Can Create Hope, Change, and Community”

Program on Science and Global Security Seminar: "'Iranian Nuclear Issue and Prospects for Nuclear Power Development in the Middle East: Russia's Interests"

Expanding the Biological Data in the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study: Genes, Telomeres, and Methylation

The Birth of Pork: Congressional Appropriations in the Early Republic

Iranian Electoral Politics: 1905-present Continuity Despite Revolutions

Sources of Geographic Variation in Health Care: Evidence from Patient Migration

Nava Ashraf, Professor of Economics, Harvard Business School

Author Brigid Schulte, Award-Winning Journalist at The Washington Post, to Discuss “Overwhelmed: Work, Love, and Play When No One Has the Time"

Research on Children, Families, and Same-Sex Couples, including Impact on the Courts (with Special Reference to DeBoer v. Snyder 2014)

LUNCH -TIMER - Tuesday, April 7 - The Princeton University MenB Outbreak: Impact of Vaccination on Students' Immune Response

Age of Opportunity: Lessons From the New Science of Adolescence

Law-Engaged Graduate Student [LEGS] Seminar: Law Deserts and Legal Battlefields: Local Context and the Trajectories of EU Legalization in Italy

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "Learning to Trust a Machine: Information Barriers for Nuclear Warhead Inspections"

"Underreported and Overperforming: How one nonprofit is escalating a little-known issue to help the world’s poorest women" - Kate Grant *94

Domestic Politics and the Credibility of U.S. Pressure over China’s Currency "Manipulation"

LUNCH TIMER - Thursday, April 9, Mayor Eric E. Jackson, Mayor of the City of Trenton

LUNCH TIMER - April 10 with Chris Ward, former Executive Director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Students for Prison Education And Reform’s (SPEAR) second annual conference on Friday and Saturday, April 10-11

A Higher Standard: Leadership Strategies from America's First Female Four-Star General

POLICY FORUM - The Future of Egypt

LUNCH TIMER - April 13 - From mHealth Innovations to Digital Health Systems at Scale - with Patricia Mecahel, Principal, HealthEnabled and Faculty, Columbia University

Feminist Humor as Political Device - A Panel Discussion

Fertility Transition in sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Zimbabwe

Lunch-Timer - Tues. April 14 - Christopher A. Smith, Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy, Office of the Under Secretary for Science and Energy, U.S. Department of Energy

"The Struggle for Democracy in Egypt - The Necessity of New Ideas and New Actors" - Amr Hamzawy, Founder Masr Elhureyya Party; Professor of Political Science, Cairo University

The Juncker Commission: An Early Assessment

Social Origins of Dictatorships: Elite Networks and Political Transitions in Haiti

LUNCH TIMER - UP TO THE MINUTE: “U.S. Foreign Policy and the Islamic Republic of Iran: Reflections and Outlooks”

The Social Epidemiology of Sleep: The Nights and Daze of Teenagers

LUNCH TIMER - Thursday, 16 - Deborah Newitter Mikesell, Operations Officer, The World Bank Group

Luigi Pascali, Professor of Economics, Pompeu Fabra University

Conference: The English Legal Imaginary 1500-1700

Global Health Colloquium: "Mapping Immunity: Dynamics of Herd Protection and Consequences for Public Health" - Jessica Metcalf

Does Anti-Americanism Exist? Experimental Evidence from France

LUNCH TIMER - April 20 - with Raúl Rojas and Bryant Walker Smith – Can You Ticket a Computer?: Law and Policy Issues for Driverless Cars

Decoding the Israeli Elections: Implications for Regional Politics

Breakfast with George Loewenstein, Herbert A. Simon Professor of Economics and Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University

Urban Studies Senior Thesis Colloquium

The Changing Dynamics of Mexico-U.S. Migration

Law-Engaged Graduate Student [LEGS] Seminar - Two Birds and One Stone: Limited Public Goods and Access to Courts

Lunch seminar: “Practicing Medicine and Health Policy: A View from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia” - Evan S. Fieldston, MD, MBA

LUNCH TIMER - Wednesday April 22 - Tales from the Development Frontier: How China and Other Countries Harness Light Manufacturing to Create Jobs and Prosperity - Ali Zafar ’88, Senior Economist, West Africa Macroeconomics, The World Bank

Can we compare political preferences revealed by actions?

Gene-Environment Interactions in the Effects of Paternal Incarceration

CISS Security Studies Colloquium: "The Reach of Rape: Does Mass Rape Affecct How Wars End and What Comes Next?

LUNCH TIMER - April 27 - Up to the Minute: Net Neutrality Decision - with Senior White House Advisor R. David Edelman

"The Silent Sex: Discussion Dynamics and Women’s Status on Campus and Beyond”

LAPA Seminar - A Problem of Standards?: Another Perspective on Secret Law

Mother's Education, Family Characteristics, and Child Health across Birth Cohorts

LUNCH TIMER - April 28 with Amin Saikal, LISD Visiting Research Scholar; Director, Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies, Australian National University

CISS Security Policy Forum: Daniel Kliman, Department of Defense

Islamic Law in Perspective: Guiding Policymakers in Understanding Shari'ah Today: Principles and Maxims to Inform Policy in Islamic Law

The Economics of Death Ceilings

Program on Science and Global Security Brown Bag Seminar: "Drones: A Kinder, Gentler Weapon?”

Governing with Words: The Political Dialogue on Race, Public Policy, and Inequality in America

Political Polarization: Media and Communication Influences

Edward Snowden in Conversation with Bart Gellman

Now that We Know: Technology, Law, Journalism and Policy after Snowden

Film screening & panel discussion: “Code Black” – Dr. Osman Sayan '87 and Dr. Craig Gronczewski

Intergenerational Dynamics and the Fertility Transition

Live Online Discussion to Focus on Latest Ebola Developments

Iran at the Crossroads: A New Direction?

The Political Economy of Bureaucrats: Careers, Incentives, Rules, and Behavior

Family Instability and the Gender Gap in Children's School Suspension

Narratives: Hearts, Minds & Mythologies

Workshop on Wealth, Inequality, and Representation

Policies to Promote Child Health: Ways in Which Schools and Communities Can Promote Child Wellness

Program on Science and Global Security Seminar: "IAEA Safeguards: A View from the Inside"

Program on Science and Global Security Seminar: "Regime complexity in Nuclear Nonproliferation: From the Cold War to the Post-September 11 Era"

2015 Princeton Reunions Panel Discussion: "ObamaCare: Can it be Fixed or Should it be Repealed?" - Avik Roy & Uwe Reinhardt

The China Challenge: Shaping the Choices of a Rising Power

Live Online Discussion - Ebola Relief: Sustainability vs. Emergency Preparedness

Live Online Discussion - As It Happens: Reporting a Global Health Crisis

Constitution Day Lecture by R. Sean Wilentz

LUNCH-TIMER - Monday, Sept. 21 - Robert L. Gordon III, President, Be the Change, Inc.

Walter Murphy Lecture in American Constitutionalism: Imperial from the Beginning: The Constitution of the Original Executive

Law-Engaged Graduate Student [LEGS] Seminar

The China Challenge: Shaping the Choices of a Rising Power

LUNCH TIMER - Monday, Oct. 5 - Rachel Tulchin, Policy Advisor for No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project, the Clinton Foundation

John F. Sopko, Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR)

Dalton Lin, CWP Postdoctoral Fellow

LUNCH TIMER - Thursday, Oct. 8 - Erin Ferenchick '00, M.D., consultant, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Assistant Professor, Columbia University Medical Center, Center for Family and Community Medicine

Michael "Mike" Mullen, AO, MSC, U.S. Navy Adm. (ret.), former Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

Barney Frank, former member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-MA); author, "Frank: A Life in Politics from the Great Society to Same-Sex Marriage”

LUNCH TIMER - Tuesday, October 13 - Barney Frank, former member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-MA); author, "Frank: A Life in Politics from the Great Society to Same-Sex Marriage”

LUNCH TIMER - Thursday, Oct. 15 - Joaquin Tamayo MPA ’04, Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, U.S. Department of Education

Identity Politics Research Group (IPRG) Conference

LUNCH TIMER - Tuesday, Oct. 20 - Nancy Duff Campbell, Founder and Co-President, National Women’s Law Center

Nancy Duff Campbell, Founder and Co-President, National Women’s Law Center

LUNCH TIMER - Tuesday, Nov. 10 - Nina Schwalbe UNICEF Women's Refugee Commission Principal Advisor for Health

Evan Thomas, former Washington Bureau Chief and Editor at Large, Newsweek magazine; author, “Being Nixon: A Man Divided”

Christina Lai, CWP Postdoctoral Fellow

Medicare and Medicaid at 50: America's Entitlement Programs in the Age of Affordable Care

Kissinger: The Idealist, 1923-1968

LUNCH-TIMER - Thursday, 19 – Foreign Policy Breakthroughs: Cases in Successful Diplomacy

Chi-hung Wei, CWP Postdoctoral Fellow

Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80, President and CEO, New America; author, “UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Women, Men, Work, Family"

Sailing the Water’s Edge: The Domestic Politics of American Foreign Policy

China's International Security Challenges

Robin Chase, Robin Chase, co-founder of Zipcar, Buzzcar, Veniam

LUNCH TIMER - Dec. 10 - Robin Chase, founder and CEO, Buzzcar; co-founder and former CEO, Zipcar

Sheila C. Bair, President, Washington College (as of August 1, 2015); former Chairperson, U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; author, “The Bullies of Wall Street: This Is How Greed Messed Up Our Economy”

LUNCH TIMER - March 31 - Sheila C. Bair, President, Washington College (as of August 1, 2015); former Chairperson, U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; author, “The Bullies of Wall Street: This Is How Greed Messed Up Our Economy”

LUNCH TIMER - April 12 - GEN Ann E. Dunwoody (U.S. Army, Ret.), the first woman in military history to achieve the rank of four-star general; author, "A Higher Standard: Leadership Strategies from America's First Female Four-Star General"

GEN Ann E. Dunwoody (U.S. Army, Ret.), the first woman in military history to achieve the rank of four-star general; author, "A Higher Standard: Leadership Strategies from America's First Female Four-Star General"

Lani Guinier, the Bennett Boskey Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, Harvard University; author, “Tyranny of the Meritocracy: How Wealth Became Merit, Class Became Race and Higher Education Became a Gift from the Poor to the Rich”