No matter the results up and down the ballot, there are going to be fellow Catamount citizens whose candidates do not win their races. It is imperative, that we – as the Catamount Community – practice civility, live our institutional values, and remember our Catamount Community Creed through our words, actions, and responses. As faculty and staff it is essential that we model the way for our students and exemplify what it means to be an engaged citizen into and through our democracy’s elections. Here are some post-election specific resources to help manage this process.
Students, faculty, and staff are invited to take part in civil discussion surrounding the results of the 2020 election. Discussions will be moderated by Dr. Lane Perry and will offer opportunities for questions, practical action items for post-election community building, and to share their thoughts on the results.
Click the links below to sign up on Engage and receive the Zoom Meeting Link.