Day af the Capitol
Students at SMU's Day at the Capitol, various years. Organized by the SMU Student Senate and the Minnesota Private Colleges Council. The day also includes a panel of alumni discussing careers in politics and government (2012) and law (2013).
Dr. Lynch, above, giving a talk in China on Chins's entry into the WTO and on US-Chinese trade relations
Henan University of Finance and Economics, Zhengzhou, Henan Province
Ngugi wa Thiong'o Presentation
Ngugi wa Thiong'o (second from the left above and below) Kenyan author and Distinguished Professor of the Departments of Comparative Literature and English at the University of California, Irvine gave a talk at Saint Mary’s. Photographed with the SMU organizing committee.
Talk on the Syrian Civil War
Prof. Lynch speaks with students after a presentation on the Syrian Civil War organized by SMU Peace and Justice Club. Photo from an article in the Cardinal, 11.22.2013. Photo by Mae Yang. See www.smumn.edu/cardinal for the article.
Model UN Simulation
Students in a Saint Mary's University International Relations course (PS 313) play the part of delegates to the UN Security Council and draft, debate and vote on resolutions.
Model UN Simulation
Above: students debate a resolution and raise their placards to vote. Below: students debate at the MUN simulation and Dr. Lynch clarifying a point during the MUN simulation.
UnderTold Stories Project Presentations
The Under Told Stories Project (UTS) is housed at Saint Mary's Twin Cities campus. UTS Director and PBS NewsHour reporter Fred de Sam Lazaro moderates and speaks at UTS/SMU presentations at both the Twin Cities and Winona campuses along with Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting-sponsored guests with various regional scholars and journalists on a given topic.
Rodgers' "Facing Terror"
Longtime Saint Mary's Political Science Professor Jim Rodgers' book on domestic terrorism includes insights from his interviewing domestic extremists. The link below has the book:.