Center for Faculty Innovation

The 2020 Election: What Does it all Mean for Us? (Online Roundtable)

Fri, 6 Nov 2020 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

The 2020 election occurs in a time of extreme partisanship and political polarization, the cynical deployment of fact-free propaganda and conspiracy theories, use of violence, and fears of election interference. Many observers believe that this is the most consequential election in decades. Oh, and there is a pandemic going on. This online session invites JMU faculty and staff to participate in an open conversation about the election results and what they mean for our lives as teachers, scholars, and academic (and non-academic) citizens.

This online session is open to JMU faculty and staff only. The session link will be sent to participants on Friday, November 6, after 9 AM.

Register here

Facilitator: Andreas Broscheid, CFI and College of Arts & Letters

Faculty participants will make progress toward this program outcome:

  • Determining the implications of the 2020 election for their work and lives.

Our programs are intended for JMU faculty or staff only. If you are a student or administrator and would like to attend, please sign up and leave a note at the end of the survey.

We want this program to be welcoming, accessible, and inclusive for all of our participants. Please describe any considerations (e.g., disability, wellness, cultural, etc.) you want us to know about in the registration survey. You may also reach out to us personally at Tiffany Runion, runiontt@jmu.edu or (540)860-0524.

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