Inclusion Series, "Voter Fraud: Political Rhetoric vs. Empirical Reality and Why It Matters"
By Sophie Tran, university news and communications intern
The Inclusion Series interactive campus discussions continue with “Voter Fraud: Political Rhetoric vs. Empirical Reality & Why It Matters” from 5-6:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 11, in the Dolibois Rooms, Shriver Center.
The series was created “to foster a better understanding of complex, relevant, national and/or global topics and will do so in a substantive, balanced and scholarly manner,” according to Provost Phyllis Callahan.
All faculty, staff and students are invited to attend and participate in the discussion.
Bryan Marshall, professor, assistant chair of political science, will facilitate the session.
- Rachel Blum, assistant professor, political science.
- Amanda Gillespie, assistant professor, political science.
- Nicole Pankiewicz, instructor, political science.
- Dennis A. Lieberman, secretary, university board of trustees.
- Jacqueline Johnson, university archivist and associate librarian, university libraries.