Despite their opposing political viewpoints, John Hood and Leslie Winner encourage others to look past the heated polarization of today’s politics.
Posts Categorized: Events
4/13: Campaign Talk with Michael Munger
Interested in learning about how to run a political campaign? Duke professor Michael Munger will be hosting a lunch chat in Sanford to discuss his experiences running for Governor of NC as the Libertarian candidate. RSVP if you would like to attend! Pizza will be provided.
Campaign Training for Women
Approximately 40 female Duke students gathered for nearly five hours on Sunday, March 5 to participate in an interactive campaign workshop.
At Inauguration Watch Party, Faculty and Students Share Ideas of the Way Forward
Read more about our inauguration watch party last week and our faculty and student panel afterwards! https://today.duke.edu/2017/01/inauguration-watch-party-faculty-and-students-share-ideas-way-forward
Looking to Find a Way Toward Bipartisan Consensus North Carolina Politics
In the aftermath of a divisive election, Duke Professor Fritz Mayer opened an inauguration day panel Friday asking, “How do …
How We Got Here: The Rise of Political Polarization
Join Phil Bennett, co-Producer of PBS’ Divided States of America documentary, Dan Balz of the Washington Post, and Jason Zengerle …
Is Purple Possible? features high-level NC leaders
Please join POLIS for the keynote event of the Purple Project launch – January 20, 3:00pm in the Rhodes Conference Room 223 at Sanford.
Trump-O-Meter will track the President’s campaign promises
Join POLIS and the DeWitt Wallace Center for discussion with PolitiFact’s Editor, Angie Holan, on how they will be tracking the President’s campaign promises.