Protected vs. Unprotected Speech There are limitations that the Constitution and the First Amendment offer and legal precedent has set in ways in which there’s protected and unprotected speech.
Constitutional Issues in Higher Education 2018 Symposium
June 21, 2018
The Dean of Students Office hosted the Constitutional Issues in Higher Education symposium focusing on this year’s “Abiding Freedoms” theme. This year’s keynote speaker, Daniel Barr, Partner, Perkins Coie, LLP, spoke on "Politics, Student Government & Campus Speech." The symposium's plenary speaker, Ed Maguire, Professor, School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Arizona State University, spoke on "New Directions in Protest Policing." Keynote and Plenary Speakers Livestream
Constitutional Issues in Higher Education 2017 Symposium
June 22, 2017
The Dean of Students Office hosted the Constitutional Issues in Higher Education symposium focusing on this year's “Welcoming Speech” theme, highlighting the important role of colleges and universities to protect and promote free inquiry and expression, as well as, develop individuals who are intellectually and socially prepared for meaningful civic engagement and respectful dialogue. This year's keynote speaker was Mi-AI Parrish, Republic Media, President & Publisher, The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com http://deanofstudents.arizona.edu/about/cihe2017
June 22, 2016
The Dean of Students Office hosted the 1st annual Constitutional Issues Symposium. The topics ranged from 1st Amendment rights to what is the best course of action to hate speech. The keynote speaker, Erwin Chemerinksy, spoke to nearly 200 attendees about the issues that face campuses nationwide. To view a brief overview click here.
#SpeakYourPeace Campaign Encourages Civility in Campus Conversations