Two Voices: An Abortion Debate

UC² presents Two Voices: An Abortion Debate, Tues. 4/5 @ 7:30 pm, Neff Hall, Rm 101. Limited seating, please arrive early. See http://bit.ly/dNFOdP. Attorneys Mary Hallan-FioRito & Kathryn Kolbert debate, Andrew Downs moderates and IPFW Women’s Studies hosts.

Lunch Lecture on Venezuelan Politics

If you are at IPFW today, come to “Conflicting Understandings of Democracy: Political Polarization in Venezuela under President Chávez” with Professor Augusto De Venanzi at noon in Kettler Hall, Room G46. More details at http://ipfw.edu/uc2

New Podcast Series

Interested in research at IPFW? Check out the new Vistas & Viewpoints weekly podcast at http://bit.ly/edujCu. Dean Carl Drummond will conduct weekly conversations with College of Arts & Sciences faculty about their research and other areas of interest. The first podcast is posted to IPFW’s iTunes U page and features Associate Professor Steve Carr talking about how mass media shapes our perception of genocide. Subscribe now and enjoy updates on research our faculty are doing in the sciences, humanities, mathematics, and social sciences.

"The Causes of Terrorism" Lecture Tonight

Chair of IPFW’s Political Science Department, James Lutz will discuss “The Causes of Terrorism: No Single Explanation” at 7:30pm in Neff Hall Room 101. While not a UC² event, please consider attending tonight’s Distinguished Lecturer Series presentation. Punch and cookies will be served immediately following the talk. More details at http://ipfw.edu/coas

CATV recording the UC2 panel on uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia

CATV recording the UC2 panel on uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia

Emerging Democracies Panel Discussion

Another UC² event on campus today: “Arab Uprisings: Emerging Democracies in Egypt and Tunisia?” Tuesday, February 8, Noon, Walb Student Union, Room G08. The panel discussion is free and open to the public, and lunch will be provided. Event details: http://tiny.cc/nj5s0

Next UC² Events: Emerging Democracies & On Liberty

Upcoming events: panel discussion about recent uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia (Feb 8) and One Book, One Community book read of JS Mill’s On Liberty. Details at ipfw.edu/uc2. All events are open to the public.

Thank you to all who braved the frigid weather to attendPaul Helmke’s lecture last night - photos and video will be posted soon. Our next UC² events are:

IPFW Panel Discussion on “Arab Uprisings: Emerging Democracies in Egypt and Tunisia?”
Tuesday, February 8, 2011 @ Noon
Walb Student Union, Room G08

One Book, One Community multimedia book read of John Stuart Mill’s On LibertyEvent dates are in development, but you can find out how to download free electronic or purchase electronic and hard copies of John Stuart Mill’s