Brunch and Conversation With Professor Brendan O'Leary (Penn Club Event)

Date and Time
Sunday, April 26, 2009
11:00am— 1:00pm
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Due to an emergency trip to Iraq, Professor O'Leary will not be able to travel to Pittsburgh on Sunday.  This event will be rescheduled.  

Those who have tickets will be contacted by Penn Club representatives.


The Penn Club welcomes Penn Political Science professor and author Brendan O’Leary to the Pittsburgh Athletic Association for a brunch and lecture program.  Here are the details:
Who: Penn professor Brendan O’Leary (see his bio below)
Date: Sunday, brunch at 11:00 a.m., followed by a presentation at 12:30 p.m. by our guest speaker
Place: Pittsburgh Athletic Association, 4215 Fifth Avenue, near the Pitt Campus
$27.50 for adults and teens - includes brunch, lecture, and parking
$14 for children 5-12 - includes brunch and lecture
$0 for lecture only   

We encourage participants to register by noon on Wednesday, April 22, so we can provide an accurate headcount to the PAA.                             
Registration will been suspended until a new event date is selected.

Dr. Brendan O'Leary is Penn’s Lauder Professor of Political Science, and director of the Penn Program in Ethnic Conflict.  He is a graduate of Oxford, and received a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics.  Brendan, an author, co-author, or co-editor of many books and articles, has served as an advisor to the successful Northern Ireland peace process, and to the Kurds in Iraq. Dr. O’Leary is featured in the most recent issue of the Penn School of Arts and Sciences newsletter: SAS Frontiers.  At the Penn Club event he will discuss ideas and concepts from his new book “How to Get Out of Iraq With Integrity.”
The Club wants to continue to provide local Penn alumni with dynamic faculty speakers but we need your support so please mark your calendars and plan on joining us for this special event.

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