Date(s) - 01/26/2021
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After a contentious election season, we have a new administration at the federal level. What can we expect from this new administration, and how much can it realistically get done over the next four years?
Join five faculty experts from the College of Liberal Arts who will talk about economics, race, gender, the media, international relations and the Supreme Court (and answer your questions).
Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021
7 – 8:15 p.m.
Register for the Zoom link at https://col.st/UHgBB. You can also submit your questions for the panelists ahead of time at this URL.
There will not be a live Q&A, but questions will be shared ahead of time with the panelists. This webinar will be recorded and posted here within a few days of the event.
Faculty panelists include Daniele Tavani, associate professor, Economics, Matt Hitt, associate professor, Political Science, Eric Fattor, instructor, Political Science, Kari Anderson, professor, Communication Studies, and Tori Arthur, assistant professor, Journalism and Media Communication. This interdisciplinary event will be moderated by Benjamin C. Withers, dean, College of Liberal Arts.