Difficult Dialogues Series to Focus on the U.S. Presidential Race
The Texas Tech University Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center (CCAAC) will host a panel discussion for the fourth spring installment of the Difficult Dialogues series. The discussion, “U.S. Presidential Race,” is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday (March 31) in the Education Building, Room 001.
Seth McKee, associate professor of political science, will serve as moderator.
Other panel members are:
- Nathaniel Wright, assistant professor of political science
- Robert Forbis, assistant professor of political science
- Jordan Vogel, student and chapter leader for Citizens Climate Lobby
- Megan McMillan, student and member of Tech College Republicans
- Holton Westbrook, student and president of the Student Government Association
- Michael Wurmstein, chemical engineering student
“This event will be a great way for students and the Texas Tech community to engage in discussion and voice their opinion about the current U.S. presidential campaign system,” said Ruben Lopez, CCAAC unit coordinator. “Those in attendance can ask panel of specialists questions about the different processes behind these campaigns and learn about what makes them successful or unsuccessful.”
The final installment on April 5 will focus on health care reform at 6 p.m. in the Education Building, Room 001.
For more information about Difficult Dialogues Program, visit its website.