Swint headlines speaker series

Noted political analyst‚ author and professor‚ Kerwin Swint is the first featured speaker in a series of lectures titled “Why Leadership and Ethics Matter” hosted by the Institute for Leadership‚ Ethics and Character at Kennesaw State University.

Georgia (Sep 1, 2006) — Noted political analyst‚ author and professor‚ Kerwin Swint is the first featured speaker in a series of lectures titled “Why Leadership and Ethics Matter” hosted by the Institute for Leadership‚ Ethics and Character at Kennesaw State University.

He will present from his new book‚ “Mudslingers: The Top 25 Negative Political Campaigns of All Times‚” which has been praised by the Wall Street Journal and the Chronicle of Higher Education‚ Wednesday‚ Sept. 6‚ at 7 p.m. in the KSU Center.

Swint is an associate professor at Kennesaw State and a political commentator for local and national media like the Atlanta Journal Constitution‚ CNN and MSNBC.com. In 1998‚ Swint authored “Political Consultants and Negative Campaigning: The Secrets of the Pros.”

For more information‚ call 678−797−2000 or visit www.kennesaw.edu/ilec/.




 

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