Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania’s International Studies Living and Learning Community Lecture Series will feature “Stars on Capitol Hill” on Wednesday, Nov. 4, at 7 p.m. in the Living and Learning Community Center, Columbia Residence Hall, room 119.
Harry C. “Neil” Strine IV, associate professor of political science at BU, will present the lecture. Strine has published research findings in the areas of presidential signing statements, lobbying, casework, term limits and media framing of Supreme Court decisions. He is currently researching incivility in Supreme Court confirmation hearings with a colleague at Indiana University Kokomo.
Strine is a Bloomsburg native and 1993 graduate of BU, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in political science. He is the director of the BU Forensics Team; adviser of Pi Kappa Delta, an honorary speech and debate society; and co-adviser of the BU College Republicans. He has been a BU faculty member since 2003.
For more information about the lecture, contact Ferda Asya at (570) 389-4433 or email@example.com.