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Event: Reframing the Great Resignation the Rising Consciousness of Workers Today - A Talk by Dr. James Walsh

Feb. 16, 2022

Reframing the Great Resignation: the Rising Consciousness of Workers Today - A Talk by Dr. James Walsh Tuesday, March 1st, from 12:30pm-2:00pm in Student Commons Building/AB1 Room 1500 and livestreaming to the @cudenverpolisci youtube channel . When King Soopers' workers ended a successful strike last month, it represented a local...

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Highlighted PSCI Courses for Fall 2021!

Aug. 2, 2021

There's still room to enroll in these awesome Political Science courses! PSCI 3002 - 001: Politics in the Black Community with Omar Montgomery Thursdays | 5:30-8:20pm | North 1405 This course examines the experience of Black Americans within the American political landscape. Race identity politics in the United States shaped...

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Dr. James Walsh on Irish Heritage in Colorado

April 6, 2021

While cities like New York, Boston and Chicago are widely recognized for their Irish American communities, Colorado can trace its Irish connection back to the late 1800s and a mining boom in the state. “The first Irish communities in the state were in the Central City area," said Political Science...

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Dr. James Walsh on the Economic Benefits of Immigration

Feb. 10, 2020

“Every serious study of migrants in the U.S. determines that they are a great boost to our economy,” says James Walsh, Political Science Clinical Associate Professor. “Without immigrant communities, many towns across the U.S. would be in serious economic trouble,” he went on to say. “Immigrants pay taxes, commit few...