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Perspectives on the 2012 Presidential Elections: A Panel Discussion

A panel of Salem faculty will offer the Winston-Salem community a non-partisan assessment of the 2012 presidential elections. The speakers will compare the election to previous races, as well as analyze the candidates’ campaigns, policy proposals and economic plans. Short presentations by each speaker will be followed by questions from the audience. Panelists include Jennifer M. Piscopo, assistant professor of public policy; Daniel Prosterman, assistant professor of history; and Megan Silbert, assistant professor of economics. Free event.
When Oct 29, 2012
from 07:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Where Club Dining Room, Corrin Refectory
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Contact Phone 336/917-5493
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A panel of Salem faculty will offer the Winston-Salem community a non-partisan assessment of the 2012 presidential elections. The speakers will compare the election to previous races, as well as analyze the candidates’ campaigns, policy proposals and economic plans. Short presentations by each speaker will be followed by questions from the audience. Panelists include Jennifer M. Piscopo, assistant professor of public policy; Daniel Prosterman, assistant professor of history; and Megan Silbert, assistant professor of economics. Free event.

 

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