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The University of Louisiana at Lafayette will hold two post-election discussions for the campus community on Wednesday.

One, featuring student organization leaders, will be held from 4-5:30 p.m. in Moody Hall, room 103. The event’s planners said it will “discuss the election outcome and how our student organizations can come together to move our community forward.”

Billed as an “Election Debriefing,” the discussion is sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs.

A second event, “Election Reflection 2020,” is a nonpartisan panel discussion featuring UL Lafayette faculty and administrators. It begins at 6 p.m. 

A question-and-answer session will follow virtual presentations by:

  • Taniecea Mallery, the University’s chief diversity officer;
  • Jason Maloy, a political science professor;
  • Michael Martin, a history professor;
  • Carl Richard, a history professor;
  • Gary Wagner, an economics professor; and
  • André Williams, an instructor in the Department of Communications.

Pearson Cross, associate professor of political science and associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts, will moderate.

Participants can register for the virtual event here. Students, faculty and staff members are invited to attend. 

The panel is sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts.

Find more Election 2020 resources here