Kellogg graduate students are warmly invited to join us at several regular and special events.
Monday, October 3 - Goodies!
Kellogg graduate students and Keough School MGAs are invited to kick off the week by picking up thank-you gifts in the Kellogg Institute main office at Jenkins Hall. We will greet grads and hand out goodies from 10:00 to 11:30 am.
- Show your Kellogg pride and wear your Kellogg T-shirt!
Tuesday, October 4
Tuesday Lecture Series - The 2022 Brazilian Elections: What Happened, What's Next?
Features: Malu A. C. Gatto, Nelson Rojas De Carvalho, Luiz Vilaça
Moderator: Scott Mainwaring
Hesburgh Center C103 from 12:30-2pm
Wednesday, October 5 - Research Grants Session!
Enjoy coffee and doughnuts at Coffee in the Commons from 8:15 to 10:00 am in the Kellogg Commons (130 Hesburgh Center) and later in the afternoon enjoy Cookies in the Commons from 2:00 to 4:00 pm.
Graduate Research Grant Information Session
As a Kellogg Institute Graduate Student Affiliate, you have privileged access to several grants supporting your professional development and research endeavors. Come learn about tips about applying to these grants from previous winners and consultants from the Office of Grants and Fellowships! The tips shared can be applicable to other external grants as well, assisting you in fulfilling your career goals. During this session, Kellogg Doctoral Student Affiliates Kayla Hurd and Debora Rogo, also consultants with the Office of Grants and Fellowships at the Graduate School, will discuss components of a successful grant proposal as well as leave ample time for your questions.
Hesburgh Center, C104/105 from 1:30-2:30 pm
Thursday, October 6
Kellogg Institute Work-in-Progress Seminar - The Politics of Local Government, Left and Right: What Do They Stand for in Brazilian Cities and City-Regions?
Presenter: Nelson Rojas de Carvalho
4:00 - 5:30pm
Friday, October 7 - Grad Breakfast!
Join us for a free hot meal and meet other Doctoral Student Affiliates, PhD Fellows and MGA Fellows at the Graduate Student Appreciation Breakfast! Hesburgh Center, Kellogg Commons from 8:30-9:30 am.
Comparative Politics Workshop - Partisan Bias in Corruption Prosecutions: Evidence from the Lava Jato Case in Brazil
Presenter: Luiz Vilaça
Discussant: Matthew Taylor
Hesburgh Center, C104/105 from 3:00 - 4:30pm
For more information contact: Bill Kakenmaster