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Trump won, what now?

November 17, 2016 10:45 AM
Barri Bronston bbronst@tulane.edu
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The surprising election of Donald Trump as 45th president of the United States has raised questions on a variety of topics from immigration to women’s issues. Several members of the Tulane University political science department within the School of Liberal Arts will share their views Monday at noon.

Titled “Trump Won – What Now,” the program will take place in the Qatar Ballroom at the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life on Tulane’s uptown campus.

At least 10 faculty members will speak. They are Brian Brox (polling and forecasting), Lou Campomenosi (foreign policy/military issues), Mary Clark (Affordable Care Act), Chris Fettweis (foreign policy), Mirya Holman (environmental policy), Sally Kenney (women’s issues), J. Celeste Lay (social and education policies), Nancy Maveety (federal judiciary), Scott Nolan (LGBTQ issues) and Bob Worth (immigration).

Lay, organizer of the panel discussion, said each panelist will speak briefly before taking audience questions.

The program is the culmination of several months of election-related programming at Tulane including panel discussions, lectures, film screenings and debate watches.