Today's MessagePosted: Wednesday, September 29, 2021
Campus Compact Webinar - 'Democracy in Action: How Can We Encourage and Safeguard Voting?' - September 30
Please join the Civic and Community Engagement Office for the webinar "Democracy in Action: How Can We Encourage and Safeguard Voting?" featuring Betty Knighton, president of the National Issues Forums Institute, and Kara Lindaman, professor of political science and public administration at Winona State University, on Thursday, September 30, from 3:00 to 4:00 pm. This event is presented by Campus Compact as part of its National Webinar Series and is free to members of the Buffalo State College community.
This webinar will focus on how students can strengthen their leadership capacity and contribute to civic life by organizing, leading, and participating in nonpartisan, deliberative National Issues Forums about how to encourage and safeguard voting, a hallmark of our democracy. With an emphasis on practices for bringing people together to talk deliberately about what can be done to ensure that elections are fair, efficient, and secure, participants in the webinar will explore ways to talk productively about a range of perspectives and concerns about the issue and to set directions for moving forward—locally, regionally, and nationally.
Please register online today for this webinar and any others in the National Webinar Series that interest you, and get the best of Campus Compact from wherever you are. Across 13 webinars, find tools, resources, and ideas to support and inspire you in your work.
Thursday, September 30, 2021