2016 Election Debrief Panel

An opportunity to discuss the election with experts from the MIT faculty

Event date November 18, 2016 4 - 5:30pm


UPDATE: A recording of this event is available to view online on Facebook

Come join us for an election debrief panel that will include experts from the MIT faculty in the US political process, civic engagement, voting rights, economic inequality, technology policy, racial attitudes, and international student issues.

This event will create a space for MIT students and community members to ask questions about and discuss procedural aspects of US politics, how this election may shape the future for the US, the world, and MIT—and what students can do.

The discussion will be moderated by Professor Ed Bertschinger, the Institute Community and Equity Officer. The panel will include:

  • Ceasar McDowell, Professor of the Practice of Community Development
  • Amy Glasmeier, Professor of Economic Geography and Regional Planning
  • Ariel White, Assistant Professor of Political Science
  • Ken Oye, Associate Professor of Political Science and Engineering Systems
  • David Elwell, Associate Dean and Director, International Students Office


Event Details:

Kirsch Auditorium 32-123
All community members welcome.
Refreshments will be provided.

This event is sponsored by the Graduate Student Council, Undergrad Association, and MIT Libraries.