2016-2017 Events & Projects

Politics in the Age of Trump

20 April 2017. 12:00-13:00. Talk to Pacific University students, lounge area, Washburne Hall, Pacific’s Forest Grove Campus.

Forest Grove School Board Candidate forum

19 April 2017. 18:30-21:00. Multi-purpose Room, Washburne Hall, Pacific's Forest Grove Campus.

Oregon’s Place, Post-2016 Election

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum will share observations about Oregon’s role in the post-2016 election political world in a conversation moderated by Jim Moore. Audience Q&A to follow. 19 April 2017. Reception 16:30-17:00, program 17:00-18:00. McGill Auditorium, Pacific University Forest Grove Campus.

The First 100 Days of the Trump Administration (± a few days)

19 April 2017. 12:00-13:00. Talk to Forest Grove Rotary, Multi-purpose Room, Washburne Hall, Pacific’s Forest Grove Campus.

Canceled: US Representative Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR CD1) Town Hall (they wanted a bigger space)

17 April 2017. 18:00-19:00. Stoller Center Gymnasium, Pacific’s Forest Grove campus.

So, How Is the Governing Going?

7 March 2017 8:30-10:00, Oregon Government Finance Officers meeting, Salishan, Oregon.

Looking Ahead to the 2017 Political World

24 January 2017 1:30-2:15, Salem Convention Center, Oregon State Association of County Assessors Winter meeting."And Now the Hard Part… Governing in a Fractious Political System"

Politics in a New Era (DC) and a Continuing One (Salem)

24 January 2017 7:00-8:00 am, Forest Grove Daybreak Rotary, Forest Grove Senior and Community Center.

And Now the Hard Part…Governing in a Fractious Political System

22 January 2017 10:30-12:00, South Park Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship, West Linn, Oregon.

Muslims in America 2017

Harris Zafar. 5 December 2016, 6:30-8:00 pm. Marsh Hall 216, Pacific University. A discussion of the political and cultural climate for Muslims in the United States and strategies for moving beyond Islamophobia. Sponsored by Pacific’s Center for Gender Equity, co-sponsored by the McCall Center and the Center for Peace and Spirituality.

“What on Earth Happened? Reflections on the 2016 Elections.”

Forest Grove Rotary Club. 30 November 12:00-1:00, Prime Time Sports Bar & Restaurant 4450 Pacific Ave, Forest Grove.

Recap of the 2016 Elections

14 November 12:00-1:00, Washington County Public Affairs Forum, Peppermill Restaurant, 17455 SW Farmington Rd, Beaverton. Recap of the 2016 elections.

“After the Dust Settles: Analyzing the 2016 Election Results"

Willamette Women Democrats, Celebration Conference Center, Lake Oswego, Oregon. 10 November 4:00-6:00. Discussion of the aftermath of the 2016 elections.

“Sex and Gender on the Campaign Trail”

27 October 12:00-1:00, Forest Grove campus. Panel about women in the 2016 election, especially the presidential contest. Brown bag lunch. University Center. Co-sponsored with Pacific's Center for Gender Equity.

The 2016 Elections and Their Impact on Oregon and the Country

26 October 8:30-10:00 a.m., Oregon Government Finance Officers, Salem, Oregon.

“The Role of the Media, Politics, and Culture”

Washington State University, Vancouver, 25 October 4:00-5:00. Panel discussion on the role of media, the presidential election, and public discourse.

Walk in US—Talk on Japan

Pacific University, 24 October 2:30-4:00, Boxer Pause (off the dining hall in Washburne Hall). A Japanese delegation headed up by former Japanese Ambassador to the United States Ichiro Fujisaki will address the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, energy-saving technologies, “Cool Japan,” and Abenomics. Reception to follow. Co-sponsored with the Pacific University Japan Club, World Languages, and the Center for Civic Engagement.

Elections, Politics, and the Future: Do Elections Really Matter?

15 October 1:00-2:15. Pacific University Homecoming: A talk to alumni about the wild 2016 election season.

U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley

Pacific University, 12 October 4:30-5:30, Taylor Auditorium, Marsh Hall (216). Senator Merkley talked about climate change, campaign finance, and issues from the 2016 elections and engaged in a conversation with the audience.

Legislative Forum.

Roosevelt Middle School, Eugene, Oregon. 5 October 2016. Student generated questions from the U.S. History and Civics class about Oregon’s gubernatorial election, state measures 97 and 98, the Oregon legislature, Trump vs. Clinton, political participationby young people, Oregon responses to climate change, issues of equality, and homelessness.

Forest Grove Community School

29 September. Talk with middle schoolers about voting and the electoral college

Classroom Law Project

28 September. Talk with middle school teachers from all over Oregon about issues in the 2016 elections.

Catlin Gabel School

26 September. Talk with middle schoolers about the electoral college.

Kniep Lecture

20 September. Joshua Howe, talking on “Telling Stories About CO2: History, Science, and the Politics of Global Warming.” The McCall Center is supporting this History Department annual lecture series.

The 2016 Elections

14 September. Calvin Presbyterian Church, Tigard, Oregon.

The 2016 Elections and Their Impact on Counties

9 August. Oregon State Association of County Assessors, Hood River, Oregon.