The Impeachment Process

Thursday, October 17, 12:20 pm to 1:30 pm
Campus: 
Dayton
109 Oelman Hall
Audience: 
Current Students
The public

THE IMPEACHMENT PROCESS: facts, misconceptions, and implications

A Panel Presentation by Wright State faculty

Panelists from the School of Public and International Affairs: Dr. Ed Fitzgerald, professor, political science, will talk about prior impeachments; Dr. Lee Hannah, assoc. professor, political science, will talk about what it means for members of Congress and the 2020 presidential election; and Dr. Myron Levine, professor, urban affairs, will discuss the wording of the U.S. constitution, the framers’ intentions, and precedent.

The public is invited as well as students, faculty, and staff.

Sponsored by the Wright State University School of Public and International Affairs and Student Legal Services.

For more information: Dr. December Green, Chair, SPIA December.green@wright.edu or call 937-775-2942

For information, contact
December Green
Chair, School of Public and International Affairs
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