At the University of Illinois, students and faculty alike are working together to use information to better society. One such student, Dan Shalmon, a Research Assistant and Doctoral Student at the University, works alongside the Cline Center for Democracy; there, he focuses on international conflict and crisis bargaining, arms control, the law of armed conflict and international humanitarian law.
In Adam J. Hecktman’s latest Big Shoulders on Advisor.tv, he sits down with Dan Shalmon to discuss Shalmon’s work and how the University of Illinois is working toward progress.
Watch Adam’s chat with Dan live on Advisor.tv.
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