WITH THE UNIVERSITY'S RECENT ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS), THE SINE INSTITUTE WILL BE UPDATING EVENT ATTENDEES ON ITS PLANS FOR UPCOMING PROGRAMMING. REGISTRATIONS CAN STILL BE MADE.
UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCEMENT: https://www.american.edu/president/announcements
WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT UNIVISION (AU ALUM)
Policy, Politics and the Presidential Campaign Trail - A front row seat to the 2020
Each seminar is from 7:15 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Dates and locations vary. Reservations are encouraged, and seating is first come, first seated. These programs are free and open to the public.
Address: American University, 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, 20016
- Tuesday, January 28 | Kerwin Hall, Room 301
Guest Lecturer: Daniel Gonzalez, immigration reporter, The Arizona Republic
- Tuesday, February 18 | Kerwin Hall, Room 301
Guest Lecturers: Fin Gomez, CBS News; and Vaughn Hillyard, NBC News
- Thursday, March 19 - Streamed Online
Guest Lecturers: Ed O'Keefe of CBS News (AU Alum)
- Tuesday, March 24 | TO BE RESCHEDULED - Please register to be notified of new date.
Subjects that Matter: How to reach diverse audiences and engage minorities in 2020?
Guest Lecturer: Phillip Crowther, AP International
- Tuesday, April 14 | TO BE RESCHEDULED - Please register to be notified of new date.
Career Conversations with Communication Experts: It’s not a Ladder it’s a Jungle Gym
Election 2020 will be one of the most important years in this country as we navigate the national election year with primaries, conventions, nominations and debates that will shape the future of the country. Do you want a front row seat to what is happening? Join Janet Rodriguez as she helps us understand how we got here, shares current updates from the road as the election and policy debate shapes. She will also direct the lens to a key discussion on the role of media in the entire process.