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Previous Carsey Speakers & Events

On Nov. 7, 2019, the Carsey School of Public Policy hosted former Ohio Governor and 2016 GOP presidential candidate John Kasich for a politics and policy discussion and a signing of his new book, It's Up to Us: Ten Little Ways We Can Bring About Big Change. Tom Rath, former New Hampshire Attorney General, moderated the discussion. Governor Kasich shared some of his insights from four decades of working in state and national politics with the crowd. And he stated that he does not plan to currently run for the presidential election in 2020.

 

  • Anna Soellner, Director of Communications for Reddit

    Anna Soellner, Director of Communications for Reddit, speaking with Carsey Director Michael Ettlinger at an event hosted by the school.

  • Chuck Bagley speaking at Coffee & Conversations

    NH Hospital Director of Staff Engagement Chuck Bagley speaking at a Coffee & Conversations event in January 2020.

  • Dan Weeks speaking with Carsey Director Michael Ettlinger.

    Dan Weeks, former Executive Director and current Advisory Board chair of Open Democracy, speaking with Michael Ettlinger, director of the Carsey School of Public Policy.

  • Nathan Sorber speaking at the Carsey School.

    Nathan Sorber, associate professor at West Virginia University and co-author of Land-Grant Colleges and Popular Revolt.

  • Jerry Taylor speaking at the Carsey School.

    Jerry Taylor, president of Washington, D.C.-based think tank Niskanen Center.

  • Dan Bromberg and Carsey alum Bobbie Burgess '19G during an MPP webinar.

    Carsey School Director of Academic Programs Dan Bromberg speaking with Master in Public Policy alum Bobbie Burgess '19G during a program webinar in January 2020.

  • Tom Rath speaking with Michael Ettlinger.

    Tom Rath, former Attorney General of New Hampshire, speaking with Michael Ettlinger, director of the Carsey School of Public Policy.

  • Kirsten Howard of the NH Department of Environmental Science

    Kirsten Howard, Resilience Coordinator for the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services’ Coastal Program, speaking at our November 2019 Coffee & Conversations event.

  • Andy Smith speaking at a Carsey event.

    Andy Smith, director of the UNH Survey Center, speaking at one of Carsey's monthly Coffee & Conversations talks.

  • Lawrence Lessig, Harvard Law professor and acclaimed author.

    Lawrence Lessig, Harvard Law professor, acclaimed author, and political activist, visited the Carsey School of Public Policy in November 2019.

  • President James Dean speaking at Carsey's Coffee & Conversations event.

    University of New Hampshire President James "Jim" Dean at our Coffee & Conversations event in December 2019.

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