Free Speech at Manoa: What is the Role of the Public University?

March 12, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Mānoa Campus, iLab

The University of Hawaii at Manoa Campus Climate Committee encourages you to join us for our upcoming panel event "Free Speech at Manoa: What is the role of the public university?" Come hear from campus leaders on what makes Manoa unique as a public institution, and how free speech intersects with Manoa's mission, values and responsibilities.

The panel presentation will be held in the iLab from 12 noon until 1pm on Tuesday, March 12.

The panel will feature

  • Michael Bruno, VCR and iVCAA
  • Carrie Okinaga, UH General Counsel
  • John Osorio, Dean of HSHK
  • David Duffy, Professor of Botany

As announced at the Campus Climate Kick-Off in February, this is the first event in a series sponsored or co-sponsored by the Campus Climate Committee. Upcoming events include:

  • March 27, Presentation by Constitutional Law Expert Erwin Chemerinski
  • April 9, Facilitation Skills for Respectful Dialogue with Maya Soetero-Ng

Event Sponsor
Campus Climate Committee, Mānoa Campus

More Information
Amrita Mallik, (808) 956-6391

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