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Scotland and the Union

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In 2007 the University presented a series of high profile public events to mark the tercentenary of the Anglo-Scottish Union of 1707. Featuring leading scholars and commentators, the lectures marked the three hundredth anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England. Audio podcast.
 
The Making Men Moral Conference was held February 25-27, 2009 on Union University's campus and commemorated the 15th anniversary of Making Men Moral by Robert George. The conference featured addresses by Robert George, Russell D. Moore, Gregory A. Thornbury, Jean Bethke Elshtain, Paul Kerry, James Stoner, David Novak and Christopher Tollefsen.
 
Natthanan Kunnamas has been trained in European Studies for over 20 years and taught for over 14 years in over six modules related to the EU. She received BA in International Affairs and German Language with 1st Class Honours from Thammasat University, with highest GPAX (Summa Cum Laude) in 1996. She won Leeds-ASEM Chevening Scholarship to study MA European Politics (EU Public Policy) at University of Leeds, UK and further won Thai government’s funding for doctoral degree at the same place. ...
 
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We are excited to have a returning host as Dr. Rosalyn Brown-Beatty joins us again for another two-part series. She is the director of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Union Institute & University. Her guest is Antwan McKenzie Plez, a 2018 graduate of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Antwan will discuss his experience …
 
Authors of Union features a conversation with one of our published authors. Your host is Dr. Linwood Rumney, professor in the UI&U General Education Program, poet and author. He is the winner of the 17th Annual Gival Press Poetry Award for Abandoned Earth. His poems and nonfiction essays have appeared in many publications including the North Americ…
 
Authors of Union features a conversation with one of our published authors. Your host is Dr. Linwood Rumney, professor in the UI&U General Education Program, poet and author. He is the winner of the 17th Annual Gival Press Poetry Award for Abandoned Earth. His poems and nonfiction essays have appeared in many publications including the North Americ…
 
Each year, on September 17, Americans celebrate Constitution Day and Citizenship Day. In addition, September 17-23 is also recognized as Constitution Week. During this time, Americans are encouraged to reflect on the rights and responsibilities of citizenship and what it means to be a U.S. citizen. Join Dr. Stewart Burns for an informative session …
 
National Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to recognize Union Institute & University’s role as a leader in Hispanic Adult Education. Our system is honored to serve the Hispanic adult learner population and to be the only university in the state of Ohio designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) by the U.S. Department of Education Office of …
 
In part two of this two-part episode, Dr. Karen Schuster Webb, President of Union continues an insightful discussion with David Hartsough, known as one of the greatest peace leaders of our time. Mr. Hartsough has helped found and led the Nonviolent Peaceforce and a new global venture to end armed conflict, World BEYOND War. He is a Quaker and a lif…
 
In part one of this two-part episode, Dr. Karen Schuster Webb, President of Union has an insightful discussion with David Hartsough, known as one of the greatest peace leaders of our time. Mr. Hartsough has helped found and led the Nonviolent Peaceforce and a new global venture to end armed conflict, World BEYOND War. He is a Quaker and a lifelong …
 
The first three years of a child’s life are the most important. This is the time when the child’s brain triples, and a child is learning more than at any other point in their life. It’s a time when nutrition is most important because this is when eating habits are starting to be formed. So, how can we do better when it comes to feeding our babies? …
 
The first three years of a child’s life are the most important. This is the time when the child’s brain triples, and a child is learning more than at any other point in their life. It’s a time when nutrition is most important because this is when eating habits are starting to be formed. So, how can we do better when it comes to feeding our babies? …
 
Your hosts for this episode are Dr. Anu Mitra and Dr. Tamara White. Dr. Mitra is a professor in the Interdisciplinary Studies program and certificate facilitator in Design Thinking and Museum Studies at Union Institute & University. Dr. White is a newly credentialed alumni of Union’s Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies program. Tami’s research focus…
 
Your guest host for this episode is Dr. Jennifer Raymond, Interim Dean of Union’s Ph.D. Program in Interdisciplinary Studies. Recent statistics show that women are more likely than men to be affected by pandemic-related challenges associated with childcare, remote learning and caring for elderly family members. In this episode, Dr. Raymond and her …
 
Your guest host for this episode is Dr. Jennifer Raymond, Interim Dean of Union’s Ph.D. Program in Interdisciplinary Studies. Recent statistics show that women are more likely than men to be affected by pandemic-related challenges associated with childcare, remote learning and caring for elderly family members. In this episode, Dr. Raymond and her …
 
Your host for this episode is Dr. Karen Schuster Webb, President of Union. The transition from high school to college is a major rite of passage. Some families are choosing to ease the transition through the use of Early College Programs. Today, Dr. Webb and her guest will explore how these programs work – and how they can benefit both students and…
 
What can you expect to earn over the course of your lifetime? Data compiled by U.S. think tanks and government agencies indicate that “the more you learn, the more you earn.” Today’s guests are Dr. Shanda Gore and Dr. Tom Frederick. They will join Dr. Webb in discussing the dramatic impact that higher education can have on your income, your career …
 
An auto loan without any interest sounds like a dream; however, there are many considerations before deciding to take out a zero-percent financing loan. Let's take a closer look at zero-percent financing so you can make an informed decision about your auto loan.โดย Abigail Cabello
 
Do you find yourself planning to eat more fruits and vegetables – only to find yourself in the drive-through line at the end of a busy day? In today’s episode, Union’s top nutritional expert will join Dr. Webb to share simple and affordable strategies for healthy eating – whether you’re cooking for one person or a full house.…
 
COVID-19 has had a major impact on just about every aspect of life – including work. In this episode, we join Dr. Webb and her guests Dr. Rick Chaffee and Ms. Tracey Tiller, two members of Union’s business faculty as they discuss how the pandemic has influenced the way we work and the skills companies seek when hiring new employees.…
 
In this episode, Licensed Professional Counselor Dr. Rosalyn Brown-Beatty will join Dr. Webb to share strategies for taking care of your mental health – whether it’s during a pandemic or any other stressful time.โดย Union Institute and University
 
We are living in some volatile times right now and if you're wondering what to do with your investments, you aren't alone! Join our host, Abigail Cabello, as she interviews an expert in this field, Jason Sauer. He will answer some frequently asked questions and help ease some of your anxiety about investments during this time. Don't miss it!…
 
To really understand how to fix your credit, you have to understand what credit is. This episode is geared toward individuals and families who want to build a solid credit history. It doesn’t matter whether you’re just embarking on your financial life, or you already hit some snags along the way and need to “clean house” and start fresh; this episo…
 
As the saying goes, there is a first time for everything. However, the first time you think about buying a home, you may break out in hives at the thought of the process. Where do you start? How do you know what you can afford? How much of a down payment will you need? We understand, and we know how to help make the process easier. Working with a t…
 
Are you ready for an easier car-buying process? We've got the process nailed down for you from start to finish! Whether you want to avoid the dealership altogether and want a contactless buying experience, or you want to go shop around, we've got the perfect solution for you! Join us as we ask Chandra Goodson, Dealer Relations Manager for Focus FCU…
 
Is your debt piling up after the holidays? If so, we have the steps you can take to dig yourself out of that debt! Join us as we cover how to get out of debt, stay out of debt, and even improve your credit as we approach the new year!โดย Abigail Cabello
 
Have you ever needed access to your account on vacation or a location closer to you? The Credit Union Serve Centers offers a solution to these problems and more! Find out why banking with a credit union can be so convenient!โดย Abigail Cabello
 
Have you ever wondered if your policy is good enough? Insurance is the one thing that we shouldn't skimp on, but most of us do. This necessary evil can be an expensive monthly expense, but it could cost you thousands if you find yourself underinsured. Let's face it, accidents happen. What do you need to look for in your insurance policy? Let's ask …
 
A conversation about leadership with Louise Broderick, Joanne Corry and Adam Bell from PWC. Hosted and produced by Matthew Thompson from https://bestofbelfast.org Click Here To Read The Transcript Tools mentioned today: Trello - https://trello.com Slack - https://slack.com/ Contact details: Joanne - joanne.corry@pwc.com @JoannePwC Louise – louise.b…
 
Framing the overlapping networks of unionism, conservatism and loyalism in pre-revolutionary Ireland is a challenge. This becomes more acute the closer one gets to the twentieth century and the disappearance of political power from the unionist class. ‘Hard’ power became replaced with ‘soft’ power (much to the chagrin of diverse characters such as …
 
From the 1860s nationalists gradually came to dominate Dublin Corporation. In 1898 new legislation dramatically expanded the municipal franchise and the arrival of Labour and Sinn Féin in the early twentieth century radicalized city politics. Throughout this period, however, a small but solid bloc of unionists were consistently returned to City Hal…
 
Most of the large manufacturing firms in the Irish Free State in 1922 had been established by Protestant unionist families and remained under Protestant ownership and management. These included Guinness, Jacobs, Goodbody’s (jute), the Cleeve Brothers’ Condensed Milk Company of Ireland, Goulding’s (fertiliser), Smyth & Co. (hosiery), Denny’s (bacon)…
 
In this paper the experiences of southern protestants during the period 1919-23 will be charted through eye witness accounts in the form of speeches from annual synods of the Church of Ireland, a source which has hitherto been ignored. Members of the Church of Ireland comprised the largest section of the protestant population in the 26 counties whi…
 
Throughout the course of the Second World War the position of the southern Irish Protestant community was decidedly pro-British. Nevertheless, the ideological stance of members of the remnant Irish unionist faction within the Irish state was tempered by a general respect for the policy of neutrality initiated by Eamon de Valera’s government in 1939…
 
Ireland provided a rich recruitment ground for the British overseas services in the latter half of the long nineteenth century with the result that, by 1919, Irish administrators, doctors, lawyers, policemen, educationalists, and engineers were to be found working in every corner of the colonial empire. Recent research has exploded the notion that …
 
On 28th Sept 1912 over 400,000 loyal men and women across the nine counties of Ulster appended their names to either the Ulster Solemn League and Covenant or the Ulster Declaration. In doing so they pledged their loyalty to the King, their allegiance to the United Kingdom and vociferously proclaimed their opposition to the planned creation of a hom…
 
This paper sets out to identify areas of significant Unionist electoral support in ‘Southern’ Ireland. This paper is deliberately refraining from an examination of the six predominantly Unionist counties in Ulster, and will instead examine Unionist support in the rest of Ireland. This paper will start in 1885 as the controversy over the Home Rule b…
 
In January 2002 at the residual house clearance auction at Farnham House, county Cavan Lot 53 described as “including four coronet shields; flags etc” was sold for €70. It was by no means the most valuable lot but the flags, a few tattered and faded Union Jacks, were symbolic remnants of the fervent loyalism of the Maxwell family of Farnham during …
 
Were British ex-servicemen in Ireland viewed only as ‘British loyalists’ or those who had fought for or were still associated with ‘the enemy’ in the wake of the Great War and Irish Revolution? To date the works of Taylor, Fitzpatrick and Robinson have gone a long way to address that question and to show the scale and nature of hostility faced by t…
 
During the First World War thousands of women in Ireland performed a parallel war service to that of men in the British Army. The women joined the Red Cross, St John Ambulance Association, the Irish War Hospital Supply Depot and many other voluntary organisations, offering their time and labour for free. They did so for a variety of motives: person…
 
The conference keynote was delivered by Dr Tim Wilson, Director of the Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence at the University of St Andrews. Dr Wilson is the author of a range of publications on political violence, ethnic violence, and terrorism, including Frontiers of Violence: Conflict and Identity in Ulster and Upper Si…
 
This paper focuses on the loyalist community in Cavan and Monaghan from the signing of the Ulster Covenant through to the establishment of the Irish Free State and the Civil War. In particular, it focuses on the awkward questions of identity faced by the community after the partition of Ireland in 1921 (and by the growing likelihood of this event i…
 
This paper will highlight the continued leadership that southern unionists gave to the unionist position across Ireland during 1919-1922, not least by acting in an advisory capacity to the British cabinet. Highlighting the active role played by the Earl of Midleton upon replacing Sir Edward Carson as the leader of Irish unionism, it will demonstrat…
 
I discuss the differing reasons put forward by academics for the sharp decline between 1911 and 1926 of the Protestant population of the twenty six counties that formed the Irish Free State. Census reports from the 1871-1911 period are used to question theories of long term Protestant natural decline. I argue that, up to 1911, Protestant natural ch…
 
After 1968, Northern Ireland experienced nearly thirty years of civil war. Though some denied it, the so-called ‘Long War’ influenced aspects of professional historical writing on Ireland. This paper addresses historical interpretations of the ‘exodus’ of Protestants from southern Ireland between 1911 and 1926. It argues explanations of ethnic conf…
 
“I had been brought up under the union jack and had no desire to live under any other emblem.” The words of C.P. Crane, a Tipperary R.M., in 1923, would have found an echo in the hearts of many of Waterford’s loyalist community. By 1926 their population had declined by 40% compared to 1911 and those who survived now lived in a different environment…
 
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