Foreign Policy, Alumni Q&A's, Compassionate Men, and Angry Women
CAL Newsletter: October 15, 2018
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CAL Dean's Lecture Series
U.S. Foreign Policy in an Era of Great Power Competition and Populism
October 26, 2018 — 2:00 p.m. — Babbio 122
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On October 26, Dr. Lowell H. Schwartz, Staff Member on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, will present the inaugural lecture in the College of Arts and Letters Dean's Lecture Series.
The international environment is changing. Once again, nations are competing for power, and the Western World is experiencing a rise in nationalist populism. Dr. Schwartz will discuss how U.S. national security objectives and foreign policy are adapting to recent global developments.
Catch Up with CAL Alumni
Since graduating from CAL's Music and Technology program, Fowler has taken on the world. She worked for Disney Music Group as a Community Specialist and is now at Netflix, taking on the role of Project Manager in Global Product Creative. Read our Q&A with Fowler here.
Soetkin Van Landegem
Landegem didn't expect to enjoy her animation and 3D modeling lessons in the Visual Arts and Technology program, but she quickly fell in love with the work. Now, she's combining her interests in digital art, marketing, and fashion by interning at Tapestry's Kate Spade. Learn more about what Landegem's up to here.
Compassionate Men and Angry Women: Examining the Effects of Emotionality on Perceptions of Politicians
October 24, 2018 — 2:45 p.m. — Richardson Room (Morton 324)
Elected officials face the same public policy demands no matter their gender, but how politicians communicate their positions is oftentimes impacted by gendered perceptions from their audiences. For example, a male legislator can act differently when negotiating about defense policy than he can when doing so for education policy. Using a survey experiment on a diverse national sample, Lindsey Cormack and Kristyn Karl will pinpoint when each gender pays a penalty or gains reward for specific emotional appeals.