Upcoming Higher Education Events

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There are a number of events coming up this month and next hosted by NAS affiliates and friend organizations. The details for each event is listed below. For a full list of past and upcoming events visit our Events page. Come out to engage with other members and interested scholars to explore specific issues within higher education. Put the dates on your calendars, and we hope to see you there. 

APRIL 21, 2013, New York, NY, 3:00PM
Russell Nieli: "Ten Reasons Why Racial Preferences in College Admissions Has Been an Abject Failure"
New York Association of Scholars and CUNY Association of Scholars
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APRIL 22, 2013, New Britain, CT, 4:00PM
Paul Rahe: "Montesquieu and the American Constitution"
National Association of Scholars, Koch Foundation, and Public Policy Club at CCSU
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APRIL 25, 2013, New York, NY, 9:30AM
Academic Freedom Conference: "Free to Teach, Free to Learn"
American Council of Trustees and Alumni
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MAY 2, 2013, St. Paul, MN, 6:00PM
Peter Wood: "What Happens When Liberal Arts Education is Dominated by Political Philosophy"
Minnesota Association of Scholars and Intellectual Takeout
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