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PSU's Division of Political Science Presents the Election 2008 Roundtable: Issues and Implications, Oct. 20
Author: Office of University Communications, 503-725-3711
Posted: October 8, 2008

What: Portland State University's Division of Political Science within the Hatfield School of Government is putting on the Election 2008 Roundtable: Issues and Implications. The roundtable will provide a forum for informed discussion about the upcoming election.

Panel participants include Portland State political science faculty Melody Rose discussing the presidential election, Richard Clucas discussing Oregon politics, Chris Shortell discussing congressional elections and the courts, and Ron Tammen discussing the election from an international perspective. Kori Allen, of Coldwater Capital Management, will moderate.

When: Monday, October 20, 2008, from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

Where: Smith Memorial Student Union, room 228 (1825 SW Broadway).

Cost: The event is free and open to the public.

Contact: For more information contact Chris Shortell at 503-725-5139 or e-mail

The Mark O. Hatfield School of Government
Created in 2000 to take advantage of the synergy of uniting several interdisciplinary units, today the Mark O. Hatfield School of Government at Portland State University is a vibrant, high energy institution with unparalleled opportunities for students and faculty, offering a highly ranked multidisciplinary education that spans political science, public administration and criminal justice. In addition, the School draws significantly from its five institutes, one center and other special programs to conduct research and offer classes specializing in a broad array of disciplines including executive leadership, nonprofit management, criminal justice policy, tribal government, U.S.-Turkish affairs, policy consensus building, electronic government and environmental/natural resource policy studies.