Free Speech on Campus: A Crash Course
- Thursday, January 9, 2020 from 3:00pm to 4:00pm
- Strand Union Building, 168 - view map
Overview: In this course you will receive an overview of campus policies related to free speech and applicable state and federal laws. The course will provide numerous real-world case studies with audience participation in understanding the cases.
Why should you Attend: The goal of this course will be to provide faculty and staff with a heightened awareness of the complexities surrounding free speech as well as an awareness of university resources they can turn to when they encounter a controversial free speech issue.
Areas Covered in the Session:
- Campus Policies
- State Laws
- Federal Laws
- Case Studies
Who Will Benefit:
- Anyone who would like to learn more concerning campus policies related to free speech
This session will be available live online through WebEx: To attend the WebEx, please register for this course using the HR Training Registration site, and enter “WebEx” in the comments section to receive the WebEx login information prior to the class start time.
- Human Resources