April 06, 2021
All event times are Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise specified.
Math & Computer Science Colloquium: Virtual Wabash 001, 12:10PM - 1:00PM
Math & Computer Science Colloquium
Careers in PPE with Scott Pastrick '78: Virtual Wabash 001, 12:15PM - 1:00PM
Careers in PPE with Scott Pastrick '78: https://wabash.zoom.us/j/98736667469?pwd=MWNxdFhGMFAzT20zUDBhN2hGeFFCUT09
Faculty Meeting: Virtual Wabash 001, 4:15PM - 5:30PM
Wally's Bookshelf-The Upswing: How America Came Together a Century Ago: Virtual Wabash , 7:00PM - 8:30PM
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Wally’s Bookshelf is a casual book discussion led by a Wabash faculty or staff member and provides the opportunity to connect with fellow Little Giants. Participants are required to procure and read the book, but the discussion is free.
Join Dr. David Hadley H’76 for a discussion covering The Upswing: How America Came Together a Century Ago and How We Can Do It Again by Robert Putnam.
Dr. David Hadley H’76, Emeritus Professor of Political Science
Emeritus Professor of Political Science David Hadley retired in 2012 after 43 years on the Wabash College faculty. He taught courses in and wrote about American Politics, including state and local politics, parties and elections, Congress and the Presidency, and interest group politics. He taught Cultures and Traditions and Freshman Tutorials, including ones on political cartoons, The New York Times, and Fly Fishing: The Liberal Art. Hadley served as Dean of Students from 1991 to 1996 and chaired the Political Science Department for 15 years. He chaired the Indiana State Ethics Commission for five years, won election twice to the South Montgomery School Board which he chaired for six years, and served two terms as Montgomery County Democratic Chairman. In 1991-92, while on sabbatical leave, he served on Governor Evan Bayh’s legislative staff. Hadley is currently treasurer of the Friends of Sugar Creek, chair of the Sugar Creek Advisory Board, and was a member and president of the Crawfordsville Plan Commission.
This will be a classroom-style discussion conducted via Zoom, which may include full and small group discussion. A list of guiding questions will be sent to participants a few weeks prior to each event. Advance registration is required. Spac