Unless otherwise noted, all sessions are free and open to the public
At this time Concordia recommends masks for indoor events.
|Wednesday, Sept. 21|
Faculty Development Session on Engaged Citizenship - Centrum
Speaker: Dr. Richard Guarasci, President Emeritus Wagner College and Principal, Presidential Partners LLC; author "Neighborhood Democracy: Becoming an Engaged Citizen"
Break and Refreshments - Memorial Auditorium
Opening Panel Discussion - Memorial Auditorium
Welcome: President William Craft
Introduction: Dr. Sonja Wentling, Dean of Arts and Sciences
Speaker: Will Kuball, Deputy Director of Campaign Services, MN DFL Senate Caucus
Levi Bachmeier, Republican Party of ND District 13 Chairperson and former Policy Directory for Governor Burgum
Rachel Stone, Moorhead School Board member and founder of P's and Q's Etiquette
Rep. Heather Keeler, MN State House District 4A, former member of Moorhead Human Rights Commission
RESPONSE ERIC SCHMIDT
Tabling - Atrium
Staffed tables in the Atrium focused on opportunities related to voting and the midterm elections.
Plenary Session - Memorial Auditorium
"Neighborhood Democracy: Becoming an Engaged Citizen"
Speaker: Dr. Richard Guarasci, President Emeritus Wagner College and Principal, Presidential Partners LLC, author "Neighborhood Democracy: Becoming and Engaged Citizen"
Concurrent Session: Taking Action (various rooms around campus)
Two rounds of Concurrent Sessions:
3:30- 4:15 p.m.
Titles, descriptions and speakers TBD
*Presenters participating by virtual presence
There will be a Q and A session after each plenary presentation. To submit a question click on the link provided in the schedule.
You can attend all three plenary sessions in Memorial Auditorium or view online.