Weissberg Fall Forum in Human Rights
Friday, September 23, 2016
4:30 pm: Career Panel on Human Rights, Richardson Auditorium
This panels, held each year, helps current students anticipate the kinds of courses and experiential activities they will want to pursue in order to prepare for careers related to human rights and identify post-graduation activities.
Pictured: 2015 panelists
The fall 2016 alumni panelists are:
- Lindsey Green'08, program administrator, Food Aid Quality Review, Tufts University
- Jackie (Francoeur) Ndebeka'08, International Committee for the Red Cross
- Jacqui Scott-Papke'01, researcher for Chief Diversity Officer, UW Madison
- Rattana (Phon) Rode'09, case manager, Asian Pacific Development Center
8:00 p.m. Annual Lecture, Richardson Auditorium.
MESZERICS Tamás. "Do Human Rights Commitments Constrain Foreign Policy?"
Tamás Meszerics has served since 2014 as a Member of the European Parliament as part of the Greens-European Free Alliance. He is a Hungarian historian and politician who earned his Master's degree and PhD at Loránd Eötvös University in Budapest and held fellowships at the University of Leeds and George Mason University.
Dr. Meszerics's fields of interest are theories of democracy, historical and theoretical studies of intelligence, bureaucracy, the history of modern Central European countries and behavioral game theory. In 2011, he was a visiting scholar at the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies at Harvard University.
A number of Beloit College alumni benefited from Dr. Meszerics' knowledge and insights as students of his in the Beloit College Hungary Seminar.