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Constitution Day 2020 and Conservative Policy Webinars

Constitution Day 2020 and Conservative Policy Webinars

  Quick reminder about these upcoming FREE webinars from the School of Public Policy! Thursday, SEP 17 @ Noon PT: “Constitution Day 2020 with Dr. Gordon Lloyd” – Join renowned expert on the American Founding, and Pepperdine SPP Professor Emeritus Dr. Gordon Lloyd for a unique look at the creation of the Constitution. Titled, “What […]

RSVP: Heather MacDonald LIVE in “Quest for Community” Webinar 2!

RSVP: Heather MacDonald LIVE in “Quest for Community” Webinar 2!

    After a terrific first webinar in our new “Quest for Community” series, we’re excited to announce the next one featuring Heather MacDonald (Manhattan Institute), Christopher Caldwell (Claremont Institute) and the policy school’s “own”, Dr. Ted McAllister. The topic will be the disturbing growth of the Administrative State is weakening (if not destroying) the bonds of community in […]

WEBINAR – Business Reopening Policy and Liability – Is it safe yet?

WEBINAR – Business Reopening Policy and Liability – Is it safe yet?

While the future health impacts of the ongoing pandemic remain a “known unknown”, there is no doubt the future of our communities, states, and nation depends on the reopening of a thriving economy. For business owners and analysts, understanding the legal and policy ramifications of reopening will be essential. That’s why we’re delighted to host […]

Webinar: “Back to School” Series with National K-12 Reformers

Webinar: “Back to School” Series with National K-12 Reformers

    With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, America became a nation of home-schoolers. As we plan for a new school year, how much of the “old normal” will return? This is the premise for a new webinar series we’re calling “The Path Back to School”, engaging top education policy leaders, and led by our […]

Tim Carney Talks Trump and the 2020 Elections

Tim Carney Talks Trump and the 2020 Elections

    In his important book, Alienated America, Washington Examiner editor and AEI Fellow, Tim Carney, tells the important story of the 2016 election, comparing “Trump Districts” with those that didn’t vote for the eventual President. Three years later, and months away from the 2020 election, Carney comes to Pepperdine to discuss what he learned following […]

“Is America a Land of Hope?” at Reagan Library – November 15

“Is America a Land of Hope?” at Reagan Library – November 15

The battles over how we teach and understand our country’s past are raging like few times in America’s history, resulting in the tearing down of statues and deep divisions on the creation of history and civics coursework. At the School of Public Policy, we have always valued the importance of teaching our nation’s Founding Principles as […]

See Ayaan Hirsi Ali in One of Her Only Campus Appearances – October 1

See Ayaan Hirsi Ali in One of Her Only Campus Appearances – October 1

  While we’ve sold out our VIP seating, there are still seats available to see one of the world’s leading human rights activists in one of her only college campus appearances in the United States. From Somalia to the Netherlands to the United States, Ayaan Hirsi Ali has been speaking out for the rights of […]