CAI Engaging Citizenship Luncheon — Sen. Mesnard and Sen. Hoffman

Event description

  • Academic events
  • Open to the public

The Center for American Institutions at Arizona State University is committed to civic education for students and the larger community.

The mission of the CAI Engaging Citizenship Luncheons is to provide a deeper understanding of critical political and cultural issues confronting our nation. These meetings provide an opportunity for attendees from the community to deepen their understanding of issues including free speech, elections, constitutional rights, education, biotechnology and religious freedom. 

Luncheons are designed for active attendee engagement with topic introductions by an ASU faculty member and/or subject matter expert, small group discussions, presentation of discussion outcomes and general discussion.

Topics for fall 2023 include:

Sept. 5: "What to Expect in the Upcoming AZ Legislative Session" ft. AZ State Senators J.D. Mesnard and Jake Hoffman

Oct. 3: "Can Sex Trafficking be Stopped?" ft. Dawn Hawkins, CEO, National Center on Sexual Exploitation

Nov. 7: "Is America's Military Too Woke?" ft. Lt Col Matthew Lohmeier

Dec. 12: "Is China Likely to Invade Taiwan?" ft. Rich Shields, State Department (ret.) and Claire Christensen, Director of Research and Chinese Studies, Gingrich 360. 

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Event contact

Amy Shepard

Tuesday, September 5, 2023


11:30 am1:00 pm (MST)