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November 5, 2009

Seminar of November 5, 2009 Cyrus Bina
Social Science

"The Sub-Prime Tip of Laissez-faire and the Too-Big-Too-Fail Subsidies"

May 7, 2009

Seminar of May 7, 2009 Philip Deger
Social Science

"Classroom Hotdish: Feeding Student Appetites"

October 2, 2008

Seminar of October 2, 2008 Arne Kildegaard
Economics/Management

"Renewable Energy Support Schemes: Underwhelming Evidence from the Green Certificate Markets in Britain, Sweden, and Texas."

April 17, 2008

Seminar of April 17, 2008 Bert Ahern and Stephen Gross
History

"Website Database."

November 15, 2007

Seminar of November 15, 2007 Seung-Ho Joo
Political Science

"Allies in Transition: U.S. - ROK Relation Under G.W. Bush."

October 25, 2007

Seminar of October 25, 2007 Eric Klinger
Psychology

"Goals, Emotions, and Motivational Structure: Determinants of Cognitive Processing and Self-Regulation."

April 17, 2007

Seminar of April 17, 2007 Michael Eble
Studio Art

"Patterns for Buson."

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February 1, 2007

Seminar of February 1, 2007 Tammler Sommers
Philosophy

"The Two Faces of Revenge: Moral Responsibility and the Culture of Honor."

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December 7, 2006

Seminar of December 7, 2006 Jimmy Schryver
Art History

"Crusader Ceramics and What They Can Tell Us About Cultural Interaction in the Latin East."

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September 14, 2006

Seminar of September 14, 2006 Mark Colliers
Philosophy

"Hume's Naturalistic Approach to Mind and Morality."