Post-Election Debrief, Part 3: Challenges & Opportunities for Change
- Office of Professional Excellence
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | ONLINE ONLY (VIA ZOOM) | REGISTRATION REQUIRED | CE HOURS AVAILABLE
Join us for the third session of a three-part post-election series that will guide attendees through processing the 2020 Presidential Election results.
MELISSA BEGG (bio), Dean and Professor of Social Work & Biostatistics, Columbia School of Social Work
Featuring a panel discussion with three Columbia University professors:
- JOHN ROBERTSON (bio), Lecturer, CSSW
- MERLIN CHOWKWANYUN (bio), Donald H. Gemson Assistant Professor of Sociomedical Sciences, Mailman School of Public Health
- STEVE COLL (bio), Dean of Columbia Journalism School; Henry R. Luce Professor of Journalism
KARMA LOWE (bio), Associate Dean, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, and Community Engagement, CSSW
About the Event Series
Our three-part post-election series consists of three sessions focused on processing the 2020 Presidential Election results:
- Initial debrief and processing of the election results. This session took place November 10, 2020, and can be watched here.
- Deeper analysis of the election outcome on policy and key issues. This session took place December 16, 2020, and can be watched here.
- Ways to move forward through hopeful action: This final session will consider how recent events may impact advocacy efforts moving forward.
All event information, including details on how to access the webinar and CE requirements, can be found on the registration page.
The post-election debrief series is cosponsored by Columbia School of Social Work’s Offices of Professional Excellence and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and its Action Lab for Social Justice.