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At this time of political and social change in our world, our nation, and our state, many people are asking what’s next, and how do we continue to advance the common good? In doing so, Humphrey School of Public Affairs alumni are having critical conversations in their professional and personal lives, looking for the best ways to stay engaged in public life.
Join your fellow Humphrey alumni in Washington, DC to hear from keynote speaker and Humphrey School faculty member, Doug Chapin, discuss the U.S. election process and where we may go from here.
After Doug's keynote, participate in small-group discussions to learn how others are bringing their expertise to the table, providing venues for inclusive and collaborative civic engagement, and working to uphold democratic institutions.
Registration is limited to the first 50 attendees for the DC event. We will provide appetizers for attendees.
Doug Chapin is the director of the Program for Excellence in Election Administration at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
Sponsored by the Humphrey School Alumni Society Board.
Questions or to request dietary or disability accomodations, email Courtney Barrette at firstname.lastname@example.org. The registration fee is non-refundable.
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