Heard on Campus: Shoba Wadhia on immigration policy reform

"I do agree with policy makers and pundits who say that enforcement alone will not work. It has been the starting point for almost every immigration debate for almost 30 years and look how far it's gotten us."

-- Shoba Wadhia, director of the Penn State Dickinson School of Law Center for Immigrants' Rights, on comprehensive immigration policy reform.

Video footage of the event will be available on YouTube, and a full podcast of the event will be available on iTunesU and the Research Penn State website www.rps.psu.edu.
Research Unplugged is a public conversation series, featuring a Penn State professor sharing his or her research and answering questions. The series includes six Wednesday lectures; each runs from noon to 1 p.m., at the Penn State Downtown Theatre Center (146 S. Allen Street) in State College, Pa. The next topic, on Nov. 3, is "Poems of Memory and Identity: A Poetry Reading and Conversation with Penn State’s 2010-11 Laureate," featuring English professor and esteemed poet, Robin Becker.


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Last Updated November 18, 2010