Making Meaning of the Election – for our School, our City, and our Country
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What do the 2020 Presidential Election results mean for our social, racial, and political climate? In 2016, SP2 faculty discussed the most important issues for the 2016 Presidential Election in the SP2 Penn Top 10 initiative. In 2020, many, if not all, of those issues are still a priority today. Join us as our panelists discuss how we make meaning of the election from their various areas of expertise and the implications for our social, racial and political climate. Discussion will be followed by a Q&A.
Featuring a panel discussion with:
- Dennis Culhane – Dana and Andrew Stone Chair in Social Policy Co-Principal Investigator, Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy
- Ezekiel Dixon-Roman – Director, MS in Social Policy Program and Chair, Data Analytics for Social Policy Certificate Program
- Malitta Engstrom – Director, Master of Social Work Program, Faculty Fellow, Ortner Center on Violence & Abuse, Senior Fellow, Leonard Davis Institute and Fellow, Gerontological Society of America
- Amy Hillier – Associate Professor, School of Social Policy & Practice and Associate Professor, Department of City and Regional Planning, Stuart Weitzman School of Design
Moderated by SP2 Dean Sara S. Bachman, PhD