Lectures

Sept. 18, 2013 at 12pm, RSVP Required

Representative Armando Walle Leadership through Community Involvement
 Armando Walle Catalyst is a leadership luncheon series that creates a unique opportunity for UH students to connect with University and community leaders. These luncheons provide a forum like atmosphere that allow influential individuals of their fields to discuss their paths to success, provide leadership advice and share their stories.
  Texas Representative Armando Walle will be speaking in the UC Bayou City room on September 18, 2013 at Noon. The first in his family to pursue a higher education, Armando is a proud graduate of the University of Houston, having received a Bachelor of Science in Political Science. He is currently pursuing a law degree at the University of Houston Law Center. Representative Walle was heavily involved during his undergrad career, and has continued his acts of service and involvement in the community on into his political occupation and his everyday life.
  Visit the Catalyst website for a detailed list of speakers and additional information on the series. Space is limited! Please RSVP by emailing your name, special dietary needs and the day of the luncheons you would like to attend to catalyst@uh.edu.

All lectures mentioned below are delivered via the web and can be accessed 24/7.

Harrell Rodgers, professor in the UH Department of Political Science, offers a guide to his presentation on a series of essays in support of the U.S. Constitution written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay during the debate over ratification:

  1. Click here to view the Federalist 10 presentation
  2. Click here to view the Federalist 51 presentation

Brandon Rottinghaus, associate professor in the UH Department of Political Science, offers a guide to his presentation on the Constitutional system.

  1. Government 101