Join us for the Old College Hall Speakers Series featuring Jim Moore who will present “Citizenship in Times of Disruption: The Good, the Bad, and the Just Plain Weird.”
Uncertainty and fear seem to dominate much public discussion in 2024. We have been here before. We will dive into what roles citizens have when the social, political, and cultural systems around them seem to be shaken to their cores.
Moore is currently the acting associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and acting director of the School of Social Sciences. He also is the director of political outreach for the Tom McCall Center for Civic Engagement.
Dr. Moore teaches a variety of classes on international, state and local politics. He has helped place interns with political campaigns, government officials and businesses all over the Pacific Northwest.
The Old College Hall Speakers Series
All members of the university and surrounding communities are invited to gather to hear from Pacific alumni and faculty who will share stories of their work as members of our diverse and sustainable community dedicated to discovery and excellence in teaching, scholarship and practice.
Each lecture in this series will explore a new way in which Pacific University inspires students to think, care, create, and pursue justice in our world. Speaker recommendations may be directed to email@example.com.
There is no charge for lectures in the Old College Hall Speakers Series, but advance registration is required for planning purposes.
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