Post-Election and Post-Impeachment: What's Next
Recording Link: https://iastate.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=71430dc3-4f48-42fd-be48-ace10109dafc
These experts will discuss the political events since the November 6 election and talk about what to expect from the first months of the Biden Administration.
Moderator: Dr. Kelly Winfrey is an assistant professor with the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication and faculty with the Leadership Studies Program. Her research focuses on gender and political campaign communication. Winfrey teaches courses in women and leadership, political campaigns, public relations and journalism. She serves as the coordinator of research and outreach for the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics where she oversees such research and outreach programs such as the Archives of Women’s Political Communication, Women in Iowa Politics Database and Ready to Run® Iowa: Campaign Training for Women.
Julie Roosa is an adjunct assistant professor and the First Amendment Specialist at the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication. Her classes include First Amendment law, media law and principles of journalism. She chairs the First Amendment Committee, which coordinates events throughout the year for the Greenlee School's First Amendment Series. The most prominent event in the series is ISU's annual First Amendment Days celebration, a nationally recognized event since 2002. Julie serves as a resource on legal issues related to freedom of speech and press. She also provides outreach and training on First Amendment topics to the campus and community.
Zack Bonner is a Lecturer in the ISU Department of Political Science. His research focuses on political psychology, including how we process political misinformation and avenues for reducing its impact on political attitudes. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in American politics focusing on Campaigns & Elections, Public Opinion & Voting Behavior, and the Presidency.