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Jyoti Sharma Named Social Entrepreneur in Residence

In spring 2016, the Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy and the Swearer Center for Public Service will welcome Jyoti Sharma as a Taubman fellow and Brown’s social entrepreneur in residence. Sharma is the founder of FORCE, an New Delhi-based nonprofit that works on issues of water security and sanitation, civic engagement, and sustainable development.

(Distributed December 2, 2015)

The U.S. Military in a Dangerous World: How Much is Enough

The Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy recently brought together three experts to discuss current U.S. defense strategy. “The U.S. Military in a Dangerous World: How Much is Enough?” The September 2015 panel featured:

(Distributed November 9, 2015)

Tiny New Hampshire communities guard midnight voting tradition

Wendy Schiller, professor and chair of political science, comments on a New Hampshire town's 100-year-old tradition of voting for presidential nominees at the stroke of midnight. "It's the foundation of democracy," Schiller said.

(Distributed November 4, 2015)

NPR's Nina Totenberg: The Taubman Center Interview

Nina Totenberg, award-winning legal correspondent for National Public Radio, recently spoke about the Supreme Court, reflecting on forty years of reporting on the pinnacle of the American legal system. Presented by the Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy, the October 2015 event in De Ciccio Auditorium was this year’s Alexander Meiklejohn Lecture, “in honor of the first amendment, and in honor of all the people who bring it to life in their daily work,” said James Morone, director of the Taubman Center.

(Distributed November 1, 2015)
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