Tuesday, 16 Apr 2013 - All Categories
The "City Dark" Project [Fine Arts & Performances]
07:00 AM - 10:00 PM @ Weeks Gallery, Harmon Fine Arts Center - Artists respond to the 2012 documentary City Dark by Ian Cheney
Proximity [Fine Arts & Performances]
12:00 PM - 04:00 PM @ Anderson Gallery - A Senior Thesis Art Exhibit, featuring current work by graduating BFA students Meanz Chan, Aron Johnston, Cecily Pincsak, and Hannah Pink
RaySociety - One Nation Under Whose God? with Dennis Goldford [Academics]
12:00 PM - 01:30 PM @ contact RaySociety -
Presented by the RaySociety – Drake University’s lifelong learning organization.
Class No: 13S13
Dates: Tuesday, April 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30
Lunching with Iowa’s Most Notable Presenters VI with Tom Miller, Lea Halterman, Dennis Goldford, Kent Sovern, and Bill Stowe
Session 3: Tuesday, April 16 One Nation Under Whose God? with Dennis Goldford
Contact Info: 515-271-2120, email@example.com, www.drake.edu/raysociety, www.facebook.com/raysocietyatdrake
Panel Discussion on Trade, Globalization, and Development [Academics]
06:00 PM - 07:30 PM @ Meredith 106 - Robert (Bob) Baur is the chief global economist for Principal Global Investors, the diversified asset management arm of the Principal Financial Group. He has a PhD in economics and a BS in mathematics from Iowa State. He completed post-doctoral study in finance and economics at the University of Minnesota. He speaks around the world, is frequently quoted by the financial news media, and appears regularly on CNBC, Fox Business and Bloomberg Television.
Jim McCaughan is chief executive officer of Principal Global Invesotrs. He also serves as president of global asset management for the Principal Financial Group. Jim graduated with a degree in mathematics from the University of Cambridge (Pembroke College) and is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries. His career began in 1974 as an actuary with Lane Clark & Peacock, London. Currently, Jim oversees investment activities across asset classes and market regions, with primary responsibility for the strategic development of Principal's asset management business globally.
Professor Hunter R. Clark is founding director of Drake University law School's International and Comparative Law and Human Rights program. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School, J.D. 1979, where he wrote for The Harvard International Law Journal. From 1981 to 1986, Professor Clark served on the editorial board of Time magazine, writing weekly articles on world affairs and diplomatic developments. He is the author of two books, THURGOOD MARSHALL: WARRIOR AT THE BAR, REBEL ON THE BENCH, and JUSTICE BRENNAN: THE GREAT CONCILIATOR. His academic writings include numerous law review articles about foreign investment and global economic development. Professor Clark joined the Drake Law School faculty in 1993.
Dani Shay Live [Student Life]
07:00 PM - 08:00 PM @ Olmsted Pomerantz Stage - Singer Songwriter. Sponsored by Rainbow Union for Pride Week