With less than 12 months until the 2016 US Presidential election, the race for the White House is well underway. Democratic and Republican candidates are competing for their party nomination, with Hillary Clinton once again bidding to become America’s first female President.
Queen’s is hosting a free public lecture on Friday 27 November at 2.30pm to give members of the public an insight into Hillary Clinton’s bid for the Democratic party’s nomination, and the likelihood of her becoming the 45th President of the United States.
The lecture, ‘The 2016 American Elections: Will Hillary Clinton become the President of the United States?’, will be given by Dr Frank Talty from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, who is an expert on public opinion on US politics. It is hosted by Queen’s School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy and will take place in the Bell Lecture Theatre, Physics Building, Queen’s.
Staff are welcome to attend.
A number of focus groups are being organised to gather staff views and ideas to help improve internal communications within the University. This can relate to communications within your Faculty or Directorate, or at a university-wide level. The focus groups will be facilitated by an external moderator and all staff comments and suggestions will be anonymous.
The sessions are scheduled to take place from 12.00pm – 2.00pm during week beginning 16 November. Lunch will be provided.
If you would like to take part in a focus group, please complete the online form to register your interest. You will then be allocated a slot in a specific group. Places are limited on each session and will be allocated to ensure a representation of all staff categories. For further information or queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org