Annual Constitution Day Roundtable


The topic of this year's roundtable discussion will be the right to privacy and the Constitution. Professor Marco Castillo will present research on the right to privacy in the administrative state and Professor Gail Williams will discuss the right to privacy in the age of social media. Room: N-616 @ 1:00pm - 2:15pm on September 18th All

Department of Social Science Colloquium Presents No Pressure, But Could We Have Your Organs?


A lecture by Cansu Canca, Ph.D. The current system of organ donation fails to meet the needs of parents waiting for a transplant. Two policies have the potential to overcome this problem and save lives: a market in organs and the mandatory procurement of organs. However, both policies face criticisms for violating individual autonomy. When a

Social Science Lecture: The Soviet-Israeli War 1967-1973


Please join us! Isabella Ginor and Gideon Remez discuss their new book The Soviet-Israeli War 1967-1973 (Hurst/Oxford University Press) This groundbreaking book sheds new light on the peak of the USSR’s direct military involvement in the Egyptian-Israeli conflict. The head-on clash that pitted some 50,000 Soviet servicemen with state-of-the-art weaponry against US-armed Israeli forces turned the

Book Talk: The Impacts of COVID19

The Department of Social Sciences invites you to discussions about the Impacts of COVID-19 on society, the global community, the college community, and education with a focus on higher education, based on the book titled: The Impacts of COVID-19: Public Health, Education, Economics, Computer Systems Technology, Hospitality Management, Food, Beverage, Marketing, and Psychological Impacts.  Edited