Our keynote event featured Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Former Senator Mel Martinez (R-FL) and was moderated by the Honorable Al Cardenas. This discussion centered around the Senate and the importance of civic engagement, political participation, and civil discourse in contemporary American Politics.
Gary Fineout of Politico and Jennifer Green of Liberty Partners, a Tallahassee-based lobbying firm, preview some of the issues that will shape the 2021 session of the Florida Legislature
Join the IOP@FSU for a public talk with Lonna Rae Atkeson on intellectual humility. With a fragmented media world and a polarized America, we need intellectual humility more than ever. Intellectual humility has to do with understanding the limits of one’s knowledge.
The Florida State University Institute of Politics Celebrate Civility speaker series presents public affairs and crisis communications specialist Jill Zuckman of SKDK and Kristian Denny Todd, co-founder of Maverick Strategies, discussing how changes in the media and politics have affected the relationships between politicians and the press and how it affects press coverage in the current political climate. Moderated by IOP Research Director Dr. Deana Rohlinger.
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The IOP@FSU hosted another event in our series on January 26, 2021, this one focused on finding common ground in Congress. We welcomed Representative Neal Dunn (R-FL) and Representative Al Lawson (D-FL) in a discussion on the upcoming 117th Congress and representation. The discussion was moderated by Michelle Whyman (Assistant Professor of Political Science, FSU).
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On January 14th, 2021, the IOP@FSU discussed the 2021 presidential inauguration and transition. The discussion on presidential transitions featuring Willie Gaynor (2016 Trump Transition Team & 2000 Bush Transition Team), Jon Carson (2008 Obama Transition Team) and Gary Hollibaugh Jr. (Associate Prof. of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh) moderated by Hans Hassell (IOP Director).
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The IOP hosted Dr. John Sides of Vanderbilt University and the Washington Post’s Monkey Cage Blog and Steve Schale, who was the executive director of Unite the Country during the 2020 election cycle, for a live Zoom event on November 18th. Our speakers provided expert insight on the 2020 election results and their impact on politics for 2021 and beyond.
The IOP hosted a live Zoom event on November 17, 2020. This post-election discussion with IOP Director Dr. Hans Hassell on “Campaigns in a New Environment: A Retrospective into Political Campaigns in 2020” elaborated on how political campaigns were different this election cycle and what that meant for politics in general.
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The IOP@FSU held a timely event hosting G. Elliott Morris of The Economist who broke down the performance of election forecasting for the 2020 election. View this discussion with Dr. Brad Gomez, chair of the FSU Political Science Department on our YouTube channel.
IOP@FSU hosted an event with the FSU Alumni Association on November 4, 2020, where Dean Tim Chapin, from the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy, hosted a panel of esteemed faculty to explore American Democracy in action and our tradition of representative governance. Our featured panelists hosted a strictly nonpartisan discussion that provides information on next stages and explained emerging political processes. Registrants had the opportunity to submit questions ahead of time as well as ask our experts questions throughout the webinar.