Upcoming ADP/PEP Events at Stockton

Fall 2018 ADP/PEP Calendar 

Election 2018 Series

National Voter Registration Day

- Tuesday 9/25 - 9am-4pm - Declaration Plaza and F-wing Atrium

What Could Change on Capitol Hill? Midterm Elections in 2018 With Dr. Claire Abernathy (POLS)

- Wednesday 9/26 - 6-7pm - Campus Center Meeting Room 5

Why is My Voting District Shaped like a Pterodactyl? How We Draw Districts in the U.S. With Guest Speaker Brian Cannon, Executive Director OneVirginia2021: Virginians for Fair Redistricting

- Monday 10/8 - 10-11am - Campus Center Theatre

Gerrymandering: What Politicians Don't Want You to Know With Guest Speaker Brian Cannon, Executive Director OneVirginia2021: Virginians for Fair Redistricting

Monday 10/8 - 11:30am-12:30pm - Campus Center Theatre

Election Day Party

- Tuesday 11/6 - 7-11pm - F-111

Election 2018 Series

How to Steal an Election Series

Election Security in the U.S. and Abroad With Dr. Sarah Bush, Associate Professor of Political Science at Yale University, Dr. Claire Abernathy (POLS), and Dr. Lauren Balasco (POLS)

- Monday 9/24 - 11:20am-12:35pm - Campus Center Board of Trustees Room

Trolling Democracy: Facebook, Fake News, and Data-Driven 'Meddling' With Dr. Jennifer Forestal (POLS)

- Tuesday 10/16 - 4:30-6pm - C-134

An African Election 

Film Screening moderated by Dr. Lauren Balasco (POLS) and co-sponsored by the Africana Studies program

- Thursday 10/25 - 12:30-2:30pm - Campus Center Theatre

How to Steal an Election Series

Council on Foreign Relations Conference Call Series

Dr. Tina Zappile (POLS) moderates the Council on Foreign Relations Conference Call Series. The Council on Foreign Relations suggests readings in preparation for each call--you can find the recommended readings for each call here.

The Rise of Authoritarian Nationalism

Speaker: Madeleine K. Albright, School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, Albright Stonebridge Group, and Albright Capital Management LLC

- Wednesday 9/19 - 12-1pm - Campus Center Theatre

Africa's Strategic Partners

Speaker: Reuben E. Brigety II, Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University and Council on Foreign Relations

- Wednesday 10/3 - 12-1pm - Campus Center Theatre

Global Cooperation on Migration

Speaker: Katharine M. Donato, School of Foreign Service at Georgetown Univeristy

- Wendesday 10/17 - 12-1pm - Campus Center Theatre

The Increasing Complexity of U.S. National Intelligence

Speaker: Michael P. Dempsey, Council on Foreign Relations 

- Wednesday 10/31 - 12-1pm - Campus Center Meeting Room 5

U.S. Economic Security and the Future of Work 

Speaker: Cecilia Elena Rouse, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University

- Wednesday 11/14 - 12-1pm - Campus Center Meeting Room 5 

Xi Jinping Power Profile

Speaker: Elizabeth C. Economy, Council on Foreign Relations

- Wednesday 11/28 - 12-1pm - Campus Center Meeting Room 5

 Council on Foreign Relations Conference Call Series Fall 2018

Political Advocacy and Action Festival

At the first Political Advocacy and Action Festival, student clubs and organizations will share information about the social and political issues that they care about, raising awareness about their causes and helping Festival attendees channel this knowledge into effective political advocacy.

Student clubs or organizations interested in the Festival can visit the event page on OspreyHub to get more information and sign up to participate. 

Festival

Alternatives to Opioids Series 

Holistic Approaches to Address Opioid Addiction

- Thursday 11/15 - 2:30-4pm - Campus Center Theatre

Panel: Dr. Sreelehka Prakash (Health Science), Dr. Thomas Nolan (Physical Therapy), and Dr. John Guers (Exercise Science)

Moderator: Dr. Claire Abernathy (Political Science)

 

Medical Marijuana 

- Wednesday 11/28 - 3:30-5pm - Campus Center Board of Trustees Room

Panel: Dr. Patricia Kasica (Area Physician and Pain Management Specialist), Thomas Olah (Former Dispensary Manager, Compassionate Care Foundation) and Bridget Zayat-Hill (Attorney)

Moderators: Dr. Carra Hood (Associate Provost) and Dr. Ekaterina Sedia (Biology)

 Opioid series

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