Techonlogy and innovation is moving at breakneck pace. But can government policy and regulation keep up? We ask four experts from business, academia, and the legal profession to share their views and experiences on how government has helped or harmed the growth and success of new emerging ideas.
A panel discussion with:
Clark Nealy, Institute for Justice
Ed Eagan, McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Josh Blackman, South Texas College of Law
Enrico Ladendorf, Pason Systems
The panel will be moderated by Dr. Warden of Rice University's School of Engineering
Free Chick-Fil-A and Goode Co. BBQ will be provided..
Berned Out: The 2016 Election and Why Millennials Have No Voice in Government
November 1, 2016 at 6:30 P.M. at the Baker Institute Auditorium
Presented by Jared Meyer, fellow at Manhattan Institute, in collaboration with POLI 238, Elections 2016, taught by Professor John Alford
A HEATED DEBATE: A Discussion on the Science and Policy of Climate Change
October 19, 2016 at 6:30 PM
A debate featuring Dr. Ronald Sass, fellow at Baker Institute, and Dr. Willie Soon
Event registration or Rice ID is required to attend:
Cupcakes and Constitutions -- A Celebration of Constitution Day
September 15, 2016 at 6 P.M.
Hanszen Upper Commons
Join the Federalist Society in celebrating the document that continues to guide this great country. Crave cupcakes will be provided. New members are encouraged to come and get to know the officers and purpose of The Federalist Society.
Cupcakes and Constitutions: 2015 Federalist Society Kickoff
Celebrate Constitution Day with the Rice University Federalist Society! We will celebrate by eating free Crave Cupcakes, playing some Constitution trivia, and watching an America-themed movie (movie TBD, suggest your favorite by posting on the event page below). You can also pick up a free Federalist Society pocket Constitution and learn more about the Rice University Federalist Society and the events we have planned for this year!