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From Public to Private: Three Perspectives on Free Speech on Campus

Civic Engagement Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Mid-Level New Professional
January 30, 2020   |  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Lindsey Woelker Meghan Yamanishi Terence J. Turner Erik Kneubuehl

Please note: Times are listed in Eastern.

This session is free for members of the Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Knowledge Community through March 3, 2020. For more information about pricing (and how to make sure you're getting the appropriate discount), please read below the course description.

The conversations around free speech on campus continue, especially as we move into a presidential election cycle. This live briefing will allow us to hear perspectives from both large, state system public institutions and a small, private institution on how their campuses approach free speech and how we might prepare ourselves to best serve our students at our own institutions.

KC Mems: FREE Others: $99
Course Length
60 minutes
Course Type
Live Briefing


Additional Information

According to the American Civil Liberties Union website, "Inculcating constitutional values — in particular, the value of free expression — should be nothing less than a core mission of any college or university." Free speech and the policies surrounding it, especially on college campuses, have been debated at length.

As we find ourselves in January 2020, a presidential election year sure to be filled with civil discourse, we must continue to educate ourselves around free speech and how campuses, our own included, approach these issues. Panelists from Cornell College, East Carolina University, and Florida A&M University will share their knowledge and experience around free speech at their institutions.

Learning Outcomes

By attending this sesson, partcipants will:

  • understand some of the differences between private and public school approaches to free speechl;
  • analyze their own campus approach/policies around free speech, using approaches from the panelists; and
  • be able to identify best practices to implement on their own campus.

Knowledge Community Pricing

To ensure that you receive the appropriate pricing for the course, you must be a member of NASPA, and also a member of the sponsoring Knowledge Community. You will see the correct price in your cart once you complete the registration process and before you check out.

If the price does not come up as free for you, please take the following steps:

  • DO NOT complete your registration. We will not issue refunds once you have completed the purchase of the course.
  • Login to naspa.org by clicking the green "Login" button at the top of the screen.
  • After you login, the green login button will become a drop down with menu options - click "Edit My Profile."
  • From the left hand menu, click "My NASPA Engagement"
  • You will see the KCs that you are currently a member of; if your membership to the sponsoring KC is not listed, please add it.
  • Click "Save" at the bottom of the page.
  • At the top of the left hand menu, click "My Personal Snapshot."
  • You will see a link to renew your membership if yours is not currently active. You must be a member to recieve the discount.