Program Schedule

Friday's Panels

IR-1: Contemporary International Issues HUM 201 

Chair and Discussant: Peter Richardson, Northeastern University

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UG-2: Global Issues in Today's World HUM 211 

Chair and Discussant: Nayma Qayum, Manhattanville College

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CP-1: Rebels, Radicals, Right-Wing Populism and Failed Consociation HUM 213

Chair and Discussant: Azzedine Layachi, St. John’s University

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CP-3: Public and Private Policy Debates, Social Movements and Neutral Networks HUM 214

Chair and Discussant: Tony Spanakos, Montclair University

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IR3 Current Global Issues HUM 201

Chair: Harvey Strum, Sage Colleges

Discussant: Scott Monje, Encyclopedia Americana

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UG 5 Race and Gender in the United States HUM 208

Chair and Discussant: Michael Armato, SUNY Albany

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UG 6 Issues Around the World HUM 216

Chair and Discussant: Phyllis Conn, St. John’s University

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PT 3 Cosmopolitanism and Global Political Theory HUM 211

Chair and Discussant: Jeff Miller, SUNY New Paltz

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JPLS 1 Judicial Process and Democracy HUM 213

Chair and Discussant: Wilford Pinkney, CUNY Graduate Center

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SL 1 State and Territorial Politics and Policy HUM 214

Chair and Discussant: Robert F. Pecorella, St. John’s University

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Reception: Lecture Center South Lobby

Saturday's Panels

IR 4 / AP 2 Topics in Political Science HUM 205

Chair:  Upendra Choudhury Aligarh Muslim University, India

Discussant: Harvey Schantz, SUNY Plattsburgh

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UG 1 American Politics and Policies HUM 211

Chair and Discussant: Katherine Slye, SUNY Albany

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UG 3 Legal Questions Facing the United States HUM 215

Chair and Discussant: Timothy Taylor, Sage College

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UG 4 Money and the World Economy HUM 217

Chair and Discussant: Ashley Hudson, University of Florida

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Keynote Address: Looking Back, Looking Ahead: A Half Century as a Political Scientist in New York

LC 104

Gerald Benjamin

Director, The Benjamin Center, SUNY New Paltz

IR 2 ISIS, Violence, Taliban and Peace in the Middle East and South Asia HUM 205

Chair and Discussant: Sharon Murphy, Nazareth College

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PP/PA 1 Evaluating Social and Environmental Policies HUM 217

Chair and Discussant: Scott Minkoff, SUNY New Paltz

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PT 4 Paradigms, Science, and Political Theory HUM 215

Chair and Discussant: Jacob Segal, Kingsborough Community College

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PT 2 Economic Issues HUM 213

Chair and Discussant: Ed Warzala, Empire State College

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PD 1 Politics and Identity Groups HUM 218

Chair and Discussant: Cyril Ghosh, Wagner College

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TL 1 Class Politics: How to Effectively Teach Political Science to Life-­Long Citizens HUM 201

Chair and Discussant: Jeff Kraus, Wagner College

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Undergraduate Workshop: Getting Ready for Graduate School HUM 211

Facilitator: Julia Schwarz, Program Coordinator, Academic and Professional Programs, APSA

This workshop is for students considering graduate school. Topics include how to choose a school, differences between MA and PhD programs, tips for application writing, the admissions process, and the importance of funding. A Q&A session will give students a chance to raise questions.

 

 

PP/PA 2 Achieving Progressive Policies: Promises and Challenges HUM 205

Chair and Discussant: Gina L. Keel, SUNY Oneonta

 

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HP 1 Topics in History and Politics HUM 216

Chair and Discussant: Sharon Murphy, Nazareth College

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PT 1 Contemporary Political Thinkers and Issues HUM 215

Chair and Discussant: Michael Schmidt, Empire State College

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Undergraduate Workshop: How to Present at an Academic Conference HUM 211

Facilitator: Julia Schwarz, Program Coordinator, Academic and Professional Programs, APSA

This workshop is for undergraduates who want to learn how to present papers at an academic conference. Topics include how to turn a class paper into a conference paper, tips for an effective presentation, and an overview of conferences in the discipline. A breakout session will allow students to practice creating an outline of a presentation and providing feedback to their peers.