A Dean’s Lessons From the 2016 Presidential Election
When my colleagues at New York Law School and I were planning how to support our student body this election season, 2016 wasn’t far from our minds. The Friday after that Election Day, we did something higher education leaders don’t often do. Rather than bring in experts to provide historical and legal context, we held a completely unstructured forum. It was an opportunity for all students -- across the political spectrum -- to offer their thoughts or feelings on the election’s outcome.
Originally published: October 29, 2020
Author: Anthony W. Crowell
Institution: New York Law School
Published by: Inside Higher Ed