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Join the UVA National Security Law Forum and the National Security Policy Center for a discussion on the U.S. Space Force.

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Our nation is reckoning with a global pandemic, a recession, deep-rooted racial injustice, and an attempted coup in our Capitol. As Americans unite to solve multiple crises, essential reforms must cover both domestic and national security policy, says Batten Professor Gerry Warburg.

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Please join us Thursday, 11/19 and Friday, 11/20 for the inaugural UVA Virtual Think Tank Career Trek. Over the course of two days, you will have the opportunity to connect with human resource representatives and policy experts from six highly regarded organizations who will share information about current projects, upcoming opportunities, and how to get involved.

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Please join us Thursday, 11/19 and Friday, 11/20 for the inaugural UVA Virtual Think Tank Career Trek. Over the course of two days, you will have the opportunity to connect with human resource representatives and policy experts from six highly regarded organizations who will share information about current projects, upcoming opportunities, and how to get involved.

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After a long period of fragility and conflict, the African nation of Sudan is moving toward a stable democracy. For the latest edition of Batten Expert Chats, Batten professor Jeanine Braitwaithe will discuss the Sudan Family Support Project, a joint initiative between the World Bank and the government of Sudan.

Join WIP for a chat with guest speakers Cheryl Spohnholtz and Karen Van Neste Owen about their experiences as some of the first women to graduate in their universities’ first graduating class with co-education.

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On November 10th, the U.S. Supreme Court will begin hearing oral arguments against the Affordable Care Act. The following day, Batten professor Sebastian Tello-Trillo, a health policy expert, will join us for the latest edition of Batten Expert Chats. 

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Please join us for a post-election faculty teach-in featuring a panel of Batten faculty representing diverse experiences as policy practitioners. Batten students, faculty and staff are encouraged to participate in this informal dialogue and reflection. Panelists include Batten's Rick Campanelli, Brad Carson, and Jennifer Lawless. 

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Representative Derek Kilmer (D-WA06) will speak about and answer questions regarding his work as the Chair of the Select Committee on the Modernization of Congress.

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Please join us for “Resilience in Times of Transition,” facilitated by Dr. Nicole L. Fischer, PhD, ABPP. Fischer is the Assistant Director for Outreach at UVA's Student Health Center and a licensed clinical psychologist.