Election 2020 Teach In

UCA’s Learning Communities and the Student Government Association will host a 1960s style teach-in on U.S. 2020 general election Tuesday, October 6, 2020, from 1:40-3:00 p.m. 

Students, faculty, staff and the general public can participate in the teach-in by registering through CubConnect or joining in through this Zoom link. 

Faculty will facilitate this non-partisan event that is designed to allow participants opportunities to discuss the presidential candidates’ positions and policies in a learned fashion. The Election 2020 Teach-In is part of a campus-wide effort of the Civic Action Coordination Committee to increase voter registration, education and participation.  Topics and faculty facilitators are: 

The Economy

Dr. Jeremy Horpedahl, Assistant Professor of Economics

Journalism & Media

Mr. David Keith, Lecturer II of Journalism

Diversity & Inclusion

Dr. Riva Brown, Associate Professor of Public Relations

Healthcare & Public Health 

Dr. Chris Ryan, Clinical Instructor I Occupational Therapy 

Environmental Politics & Policy

Dr. Clay Arnold, Professor & Chair of Political Science

Faith, Sex & Gender

Dr. Wendy Lucas, Professor & Chair of History

Dr. Julia Winden Fey, Director of Student Success

Public Lands & Resources

Dr. Stephen O’Connell, Associate Professor & Chair of Geography

US Constitution & Supreme Court

Dr. Mark Elrod, Lecturer of Political Science & EDGE@Hughes Rector

Education

Dr. Wendy Rickman, Associate Professor of Teaching & Learning and EDGE@Hughes Rect

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