Assoc. Professor of Politics Chip Gagnon was an invited presenter at the conference "Debating the End of Yugoslavia," organized by the
Centre for Southeast European Studies at
Karl-Franzens-University Graz, Austria, November 4-6 on the 20th anniversary of the disintegration of Yugoslavia.
Starting this semester, students can declare a Concentration in International Studies within the Politics major.
The Concentration allows students to focus their studies on international and global issues and topics. For details of the new Concentration, go to the Dept of Politics webpage, or contact Chip Gagnon, chair of the Politics Department, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Naeem Inayatullah, Professor of Politics, presented "The Level of Analysis Problem as a Form of Individualism: the ethics of determinacy" at the University of Geneva, Geneva Switzerland, May 23, 2011.
Educators from the Middle East and Africa will join colleagues at Ithaca College May 31–June 3 to continue the development of the “Classrooms Beyond Borders” initiative, which aims to serve as a model for innovative, interdisciplinary global collaborative classrooms. The participants will share preliminary experiences and set the foundation for future partnerships as faculty and educational institutions.