What happens if the 2020 election results do not favor the incumbent president and he refuses to concede? In his new book, Will He Go?: Trump and the Looming Election Meltdown in 2020, Lawrence Douglas, the James J. Grosfeld Professor of Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought, thinks through this scenario and considers the capacity of our system of constitutional and federal law to deal with it.
Attorney and CNN co-anchor Laura Jarrett ’07 will moderate this discussion with Professor Douglas. Questions from the audience are welcome to be submitted in real-time.
Watch live at amherst.edu/go/webcast
Cambridge Associates is a leading global investment firm that aims to help endowments & foundations, pension plans, and high net worth private clients implement and manage custom investment portfolios that generate outperformance and enable them to maximize their impact on the world.
The firm delivers a range of portfolio management services, including outsourced CIO, non-discretionary portfolio management, investment staff extension, and asset class mandates. Cambridge Associates' aim is to help clients do good in the world by embracing opportunities to contribute to their positive impact.
Throughout this session, you will hear from current Investment Analysts at CA about their various paths to the investment industry and their current roles. For individuals considering career opportunities in finance and/or investments, this event offers you a great introductory experience where you are encouraged to learn more and consider your own future in investments.
NOTE TO STUDENTS: Be sure to register on Handshake BEFORE accessing the webinar link to ensure your participation is captured by recruiters for follow up!
The Department of Theater and Dance invites any interested students to meet several times this semester to read plays aloud together. We hope this will be a great way to get to know new works of dramatic literature, and connect! The plan is to choose up to four plays, with selection input from the members of the group, and meet roughly every 2-3 weeks. Hosted by Professor Ron Bashford.
The first meeting will be Thursday, September 10, at 7 p.m.
In the time of uncertainty and anxiety, poetry brings us hope, inspiration and reflection. Have you been reading or writing poems in the pandemic? Do you want to share the lines you've read or written with the Amherst community? Please fill out the form: https://forms.gle/AqT9ofE76gL9edCp6 or email your response to Haoran Tong '23 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome all students, faculty, staff, alumni and parents of Amherst College to participate! Help us lead a poetic life to overcome the difficult circumstances. We plan to compile all submissions into an anthology titled "Amherst Poetry in the Pandemic."