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Professor Wendy Schiller comes to town!

We’ve got some exciting political races this year. The Washington senatorial race is heating up. Ditto for the Connecticut LaMont-Lieberman showdown. And is there any chance that the Democrats will start to take momentum from the Republicans, after a couple sessions being the minority party in both branches of government?

To help us sort it all out, one of the nation’s foremost political experts is coming to Portland. This is Professor Wendy Schiller from Brown’s Political Science department. She has won a Fulbright Award, and prior to teaching was a Research Fellow at the Brookings Institute and a legislative aide to New York Senator Daniel P. Moynihan and New York Governor Mario Cuomo.

For Professor Schiller’s full cv, please take a look here

It’s an honor to have Professor Schiller visit us. So without further ado, here are the details:

  • What: “Congressional Elections as Vehicles for Change in American Politics – What will 2006 bring?” An Evening with Brown Professor Wendy Schiller
  • When: Thursday, October 12, 2006
  • Time: lightly catered reception at 6:30 PM, program begins at 7:00 PM
  • Where: Vey Conference Center, Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, Oregon Health Sciences University
  • Cost: Free for students and graduates after 2001, $5 for alums and folks they bring, $10 for non-alums
  • RSVP: Yes, please go here to sign up.
    If you have an account on Brown’s alumni website, please use it to register for the event.
    If you do not have an account (or are not an alum), please click on the ‘here’ at the top of the page at the end of the sentence that says “If you don’t have an account, you can still register for this event here.” That’s it!