Dr. Roy Baumeister is the first Visiting Scholar for the Spring 2017 semester. He will be on campus meeting with students and faculty on January 26th and 27th. Dr. Baumeister is a social psychologist who explores how we think about the self, and why we feel and act the way we do. He is especially known for his work on the subjects of willpower, self-control, and self-esteem, and how they relate to human morality and success. For more information regarding his visit, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thu, January 26 2017 - 12:00 pm
Tue, November 01 2016 - 7:00 pm
Student Union Ballroom
Steve Forbes, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Media, will be delivering a public talk on November 1st at 7pm. The presentation will be held in the Student Union Ballroom and is free to the public. During the presentation, Forbes will discuss his book, How Capitalism Will Save Us: Why Free People and Free Markets Are the Best Answer in Today’s Economy. This event is being hosted jointly by the Free Enterprise Society and Young America's Foundation. For more information regarding the event, please contact us at email@example.com.
Wed, October 05 2016 - 6:30 pm
Student Union Starlight Terrace (Rm. 465)
John Tamny, Political Economy Editor at Forbes and Editor of RealClearMarkets, will be hosting a public presentation on October 5th at 6:30pm. Join us in the Student Union Starlight Terrace as he delivers his talk, "The Unrelenting Genius of Inequality," which discusses how inequality positively impacts society. Q&A will take place after the presentation. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tue, September 13 2016 - 7:00 pm
Student Union Starlight Terrace (Room 465)
The Free Enterprise Society will be hosting a screening of the highly acclaimed documentary Poverty, Inc. "Drawing from over 200 interviews filmed in 20 countries, Poverty, Inc. unearths an uncomfortable side of charity we can no longer ignore. From TOMs Shoes to international adoptions, from solar panels to U.S. agricultural subsidies, the film challenges each of us to ask the tough question: Could I be part of the problem?" The screening will take place on September 13th at 7:00 PM. The event is free to the public. For more information regarding the screening or the Free Enterprise Society, contact Josh Martin at email@example.com
Wed, September 07 2016 - 6:30 pm
Business Building Room 435
The Free Enterprise Society will be hosting its second meeting of the semester on September 7th at 6:30 PM. Pizza and drinks will be provided and scholarship applications will be available.
Wed, August 24 2016 - 6:30 pm
Business Building Room 435
The Free Enterprise Society will be kicking off its first meeting of the semester on Wednesday, August 24th at 6:30pm. Anyone interested in learning more about the organization is welcome to attend. For more information, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thu, April 21 2016 - 5:30 am
Tue, April 12 2016 - 6:30 am
Thu, March 31 2016 - 6:30 am
Thu, March 03 2016 - 6:30 am
Noble Research Center 106
Professor Munger received his Ph.D. in Economics at Washington University in St. Louis in 1984. Following his graduate training, he worked as a staff economist at the Federal Trade Commission. His first teaching job was in the Economics Department at Dartmouth College, followed by appointments in the Political Science Department at the University of Texas at Austin (1986-1990) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1990-1997). At UNC he directed the MPA Program, which trains public service professionals, especially city and county management. He moved to Duke in 1997, and was Chair of the Political Science Department from 2000 through 2010. He has won three University-wide teaching awards (the Howard Johnson Award, an NAACP "Image" Award for teaching about race, and admission to the Bass Society of Teaching Fellows). He is currently director of the interdisciplinary PPE Program at Duke University. His research interests include the study of the morality of exchange and the working of legislative institutions in producing policy. Much of his recent work has been in philosophy, examining the concept of truly voluntary exchange, a concept for which he coined the term "euvoluntary." He has created a new blog devoted to investigating examples of, and controversies about, euvoluntary exchange. His primary blog, Kids Prefer Cheese, is an irreverent look at policy, politics, and the foibles of pundits everywhere.