Details: Education for Citizenship Post-Election Dialogue Series

This dialogue series was announced on November 2, as part of The Ohio State University President Kristina M. Johnson’s pre-election email to the Ohio State community.  President Johnson’s complete announcement is available here.  An Ohio State News article about the series is available here.

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Event #2: November 10, 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Unpacking the 2020 Presidential Election — Can we talk?
REGISTER NOW!

    • Designed primarily for students, this session features quick ideas for engaging in challenging post-election conversations from experts around campus.

                • Thirty minutes of small group conversations.

                • Because this event is interactive, participation will be limited to the first 200 participants – register here! 

A working list of confirmed speakers from across the Ohio State University community follows: 

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Kate Hallihan, Assistant Dean for Students and Instruction, Glenn College of Public Affairs
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Katrina Lee, Clinical Professor of Law, Moritz
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William MacDonald, Dean & Director, The Ohio State University at Newark.
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Jaquelyn Meshelemiah, Associate Vice Provost and Director of Leaders Initiative for Women of Color, Office of Diversity & Inclusion.
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Michael Neblo, Professor of Political Science
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Camille Quinn, Assistant Professor, College of Social Work.
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Stacy Rastauskas, Vice President of Government Affairs
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Mark Sullivan, Senior Lecturer, Fisher College of Business
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Lena Tenney, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, College of Pharmacy

Facilitators Include

    • Law Student Julia Sivertson
    • Masters of Laws student Salvia Jannat
    • Divided Community Project Deputy Director Bill Froehlich

 

Event #1: Recording now Available

Unpacking the 2020 Presidential Election — How we got here and what lies ahead.

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Panelist Professor Edward Foley, author of Ballot Battles, Director Election Law at Ohio State, and contributing opinion columnist for The Washington Post for the 2020 election.
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Panelist Professor Terri Enns, Senior Fellow, Election Law at Ohio State.
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Panelist Professor Peter Shane, Fellow Election Law at Ohio State and expert on presidential power.
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Professor Professor Stephen HuefnerDeputy Director, Election Law at Ohio State.