School of Government Lectures & Events

Throughout the year our students enjoy attending a variety of events and lectures. These speakers offer political commentary, insights into emerging trends, and important briefings on today's most pressing political, economic, and cultural happenings. Past lectures and special events can be accessed below.

Dr. Dunn on WHRO's What Matters Discussing the Race Between Nye, Rigell and Golden
On October 1, 2010, Dr. Dunn was a guest panelist on WHRO's What Matters with Cathy Lewis. He was joined by Mr. Don Luzzatto from the Virginian-Pilot and Dr. Quentin Kidd from Christopher Newport University in discussing the 2nd District race for U.S. Congress. Click link above to the view the event.

Vision Cast at Townhall Meeting
On September 1, 2010, Interim Dean, Dr. Roberts, hosted a townhall meeting with RSG students. During this time, Dr. Roberts shared his hope, vision and dream for RSG now and in the future. Hear questions and answers from new and current students. Click link above to view the event.

General on Jordan's Response to Terrorism
On April 14, 2010, General Imad Saliba Maayah spoke to Dr. Jennifer Jeffris' class, GOV 689 American Foreign Policy in the Middle East, regarding Jordan's response to terrorism since 9/11. General Maayah is a former member of the Jordanian parliament and had been involved with peace negotiations between Israel and Jordan. Click link above to view the event.

Dr. Dunn's Presentation - Board of Trustees
On April 22, 2010, Dr. Charles Dunn presented to the Regent University Board of Trustees, a presentation on RSG's progress as a school over the last six years. In his words RSG's progress has been "Priceless." Click link above to view the event.

United Nations
On October 13, 2009, Dr. Charles Dunn hosted Ms. Gillian Sorensen, former Assistant Secretary General for External Relations of the United Nations and now Senior Advisor at the United Nations Foundation, on the topic of Facing the Crises of Our Time: The United Nations in the Twenty-First Century.
Click link above to view the event.

On September 8, 2009, Dr. Charles Dunn hosted Dr. Pingfan Hong, Chief for Global Economic Monitoring, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations, New York, on the topic of How China Could Contribute to a Benign Global Rebalancing. Click link above to the view the event.

For events prior to 2009, click here to view the archive.