Political Science Spring Colloquium presents "Should the States Be Trusted: Critical Issues for Federal and State Governments"

Friday, April 9, 2021 The event started -67 days ago

12:00 PM 2:00 PM

Morton Hall

Room 145

Political Science Spring Colloquium presents 

Should the States Be Trusted: Critical Issues for Federal and State Governments

Seven students from PSC 420/520: Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations course will address this thematic question via brief presentations on issues such as state vs. federal drug policy, the nature of the public trust, federal and state police reform efforts and civil rights and liberties. A question and answer session will follow. This event is open to the UAH campus community. 

Read each of the student presentation abstracts HERE. 

Event location:  145 Morton Hall AND via Zoom

Zoom Join URL: https://uah-uasystem.zoom.us/j/94722596202

Health and Safety Protocols:

Anyone attending the Colloquium in Morton 145 must complete Charge Healthcheck. Attendees should also present a green Event Passport prior to admittance.  Guests who do not show a “clear” event passport will not be permitted to enter the event. 


Details

Category
Conference/Lecture
department
College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, Philosophy, Political Science
Audience
Students, Faculty and Staff

Contact

Dr. Noelle Hunter This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Venue

Morton Hall

1310 Ben Graves DriveHuntsville, AL 35899

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