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Presenting Transitions and their Impact on the Subsequent Administration

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zoom:ttps:// Meeting ID: 846 2000 4060 Passcode: 860735
12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Presented by Professors:

Dr. Nayda Pares-Kane, Professor Louis Andolino, Dr. Joseph Scanlon from the Anthropology/History/Political Science/Sociology Department and Professor Karen Morris from the Business Administration/Economics Department

These brilliant faculty will be discussing the following topics:

  • The importance of norms  to our democratic  process, the effects of disinformation, and  the ways society is processing the current transition via social media and other media outlets.
  • The importance of orderly presidential transitions for the incoming administration, and situate the ongoing election discourse.
  • The legal challenge President Trump unsuccessfully  attempted to mount against the outcome of the 2020 Presidential Election. 
  • The Biden transition focusing on the executive administration appointees.

Come join in the conversation.  There will be a Q&A with the panelists

When:            Today: Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Time:              12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Where:           Zoom

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Meeting ID: 846 2000 4060
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This event is sponsored by PRISM Multicultural Center, Global Education & International Services (GEIS), Latino Empowerment Network (LEN) and First Year Experience (FYE)

CONTACT: Shirley A Provost
SPONSOR: Hosted by: PRISM Multicultural Center, Latino Empowerment Network, Global Education & International Services, First Year Experience, Anthropology/Sociology/ History/Political Science/ The Democracy Commitment at MCC