Annual Faculty Lecture

with

Howard Gold, Professor of Government

 

The Smith College Club of NYC is honored to welcome Howard J. Gold, Professor of Government for the 2017 Annual Faculty Lecture.  

Professor Gold will delight us with his political insights.   

 

 Thursday, May 11, 2017

6:30 - 8:30 pm

Free for Members

$35 Non-Members

Midtown East location
(Address to be provided to registered guests.)

 

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BIOGRAPHY:

Howard J. Gold has been at Smith College since 1988. He teaches courses on American elections, public opinion and the media, political behavior and statistics.  Gold's research focuses on public opinion, partisanship and voting behavior. He is the co-author (with Donald Baumer) of Parties, Polarization and Democracy in the United States and author of Hollow Mandates: American Public Opinion and the Conservative Shift. His work has also appeared in American Politics QuarterlyPolitical Research QuarterlyPolity, Public Opinion Quarterly and the Social Science Journal.  Gold has directed Smith's study abroad program in Geneva, Switzerland, and currently serves as faculty liaison for that program. He is a native of Montreal.

 

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