The tone of United States politics has taken a personal turn. Citizens see their candidate of choice as a reflection of themselves and have heightened emotional investment in the electoral process. Join us for this special installment of our town hall series—This Is Not "Normal": Allyship and Advocacy in the Age of COVID-19—with our panel of experts prepared to discuss this state of civic affairs and how to manage the feelings and reactions that may follow the outcome of the impending presidential election.
Ahmed Ghuman - Associate Director of Strategic Programs and Services, University Counseling Center, University of Pittsburgh
Andrew Lotz - Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Studies, Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences | Senior Lecturer and Academic Advisor, Department of Political Science, University of Pittsburgh
Clyde Pickett - Vice Chancellor, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, University of Pittsburgh
Kristin Kanthak - Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Pittsburgh
Cheryl Ruffin - Institutional Equity Manager, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, University of Pittsburgh
Paula Davis - Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Office of Health Sciences Diversity, University of Pittsburgh