Immigration in the Age of Trump
Date: April 6th, 2017 from 12:00pm-2:00pm
Location: Special Events Room, 6137 McKeldin Library
The University Libraries held a forum on topics relating to immigration in the age of the Trump administration, featuring an interdisciplinary panel discussion by campus scholars. Speakers for this event approached the topic from a wide range of perspectives including those related to anthropology, law, geographical sciences, international students and scholar services, and innovation and entrepreneurship.
Please see the list below for more detailed information about the panelists.
To view a recording of the event, please click here.
- Dr. Christina Getrich
- Department of Anthropology
- Dr. Susan Dougherty
- Director of International Students & Scholars Services
- Dr. Judith Freidenberg
- Professor, Anthropology
- Dr. Robert Koulish
- Director, MLAW Programs
- Dr. Ronald Luna
- Undergraduate Director, Geographical Sciences
- Erica Estrada
- Academy for Innovation & Entrepreneurship
- Dr. Erin Miller
- GTD Program Manager, START