ADP announces Spring schedule

BY ELLA BURROWS

The Fort Hays State University chapter of the American Democracy Project is excited to announce its Spring 2022 schedule of events.

This spring’s events highlight the program’s commitment to strengthening democracy. Dr. Larry Gould, ADP faculty advisor and political science department chair, said the upcoming Times Talks will “equip students with the knowledge, skills and experiences to be informed and engaged, ready to tackle current and future issues to ensure a thriving and equitable democracy.”

Times Talks this spring will cover topics like, “Bipartisanship and Young Legislators” or “Colorado Springs and the Libertarian Party.”

“Times Talks are a powerful university-community tool for preparing the next generation of informed, engaged citizens,” Gould said.

But, if a Times Talk isn’t your speed, stay involved with ADP by responding to questions on the Tiger Talkback board in FHSU’s Memorial Union and on Twitter @TigerTalkback.

ADP would like to thank its partners, both on and off-campus, but especially the FHSU Department of Political Science, Forsyth Library and the New York Times, for their support of this goal and of ADP as a whole.

For more information, contact us via phone at (785) 625-4425, or by email at ekburrows@mail.fhsu.edu.

EVENTS:
Feb. 8 — Noon, Forsyth Library South Study Area
Times Talk: Dr. Greg Atkins, Colorado Springs and the Rise of the Libertarian Party
Feb. 22 — Noon, Forsyth Library South Study Area
Times Talk: Dr. Amber Nickell, Crisis in Ukraine
March 1 — 7 p.m., Forsyth Library South Study Area
Times Talk: Noah Erichsen, Bipartisanship and Young Legislators
March 8 — Noon, Forsyth Library South Study Area
Times Talk: Dr. Wendy Rohleder-Sook, Women in the Law
April 28 — Noon, Forsyth Library South Study Area
Times Talk: Dr. Angela Pool-Funai, Voter Registration and Civic Duty

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