The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Past Events

Tue
Jan 19
2021
Virtual Event, 7:00pm-8:00pm
The Rockefeller Center hosts Clayborne Carson, Founding Director of Stanford's King Research and Education Institute, as part of Dartmouth's Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration.
Wed
Jan 13
2021
Virtual Event, 5:00pm-6:00pm
Panelists Lisa Baldez, Jennifer M. Piscopo, and Julie Suk reflect on the causes and consequences of U.S. “exceptionalism” in following global women’s rights norms.
Wed
Jan 13
2021
Submit Online, All Day
D-LAB is designed for first-year students. Registration closes January 13 at 11:59pm ET. Register here: dartgo.org/dlabregister
Tue
Jan 12
2021
Online, 8:00pm-9:00pm
Join us for a conversation with Leah Daughtry '84 former CEO of the DNC, Community Organizer, Political Strategist, Pastor, and Author
Mon
Nov 30
2020
Submit Online, All Day
For sophomores, juniors, or seniors interested in becoming D-LAB facilitators applications close November 30. Learn more or apply: http://dartgo.org/DLAB
Thu
Nov 12
2020
Virtual Event, 7:00pm-8:00pm
CNN news anchor and award-winning journalist, Jake Tapper ’91, joins the Rockefeller Center’s “Rocky Watch” program to provide his analysis of the 2020 presidential election.
Wed
Nov 11
2020
Zoom webinar, 5:15pm-6:15pm
A Conversation with Professor Jay Lyall, Brad Carney '20, and Karla Rosas '20
Sun
Nov 8
2020
Submit online, All Day
Applications for the Rockefeller Global Leadership Program (RGLP) Winter 2021 term are due on Sunday, November 8 at 11:59 pm ET. http://dartgo.org/RGLP
Thu
Nov 5
2020
Virtual Event, 5:00pm-6:00pm
Dartmouth Professor Mia Costa moderates a panel of scholars who will discuss the recent presidential election, what happened, and what to expect next.
Tue
Nov 3
2020
Virtual Event, 7:00pm-8:00pm
What would a Biden victory mean? What would a Trump victory mean? Is this a turning point in American history? CBS News correspondent, Chip Reid, tackles these questions.
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