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Professor Arlene Kanter: What a Day to Recognize People with Disabilities Should Mean to Us All

Thursday 12/3/2020

The United Nations designated today, Dec. 3, as the International Day of People with Disabilities. It is a day for all of us to think about how we as a country, as local communities, and as individuals, support the rights of people with disabilities ...

Arlene Kanter

Professor Mark Nevitt: Climate Change, National Security, & the New Commander-in-Chief

Wednesday 12/2/2020

President-elect Joe Biden is 50 days away from assuming office as commander-in-chief. He has committed to taking bold, historic action on climate change and has named climate change one of the four crises facing the United States ...

Mark P. Nevitt

Professor Shubha Ghosh Addresses the American Center in Moscow on "Igniting Innovative Start-Ups"

Thursday 11/19/2020

November 16-22 is Global Entrepreneurship Week — a week-long festival that celebrates and cultivates national and global entrepreneurship ecosystems. To mark Global Entrepreneurship Week and to connect, inspire, and help Russian students, start-ups and entrepreneurs, the American Center in Moscow invited Dr. Shubha Ghosh to lecture on “Igniting Innovative Start-Ups” on Nov. 18, 2020.

Shubha Ghosh

Professor Peter Blanck Guest Edits Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation Special ADA@30 Issue

Friday 11/13/2020

The special JOOR series provides historical and contemporary perspectives on emergent issues involving people with disabilities who have the capacity and interest to work. Unfortunately, many are still unable to participate in the economic mainstream even with the availability of workplace accommodations such as remote work and individualized adjustments.

Peter Blanck

Hon. James E. Baker: Obedience to Orders, Lawful Orders, and the Military’s Constitutional Compact

Tuesday 11/3/2020

However, although the question of lawful orders may be cast and debated with a particular president in mind, or through a partisan lens, questions about lawful orders are recurring and arise in daily national security contexts across administrations as well as everyday military life ...

Hon. James E. Baker

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