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PACE

Celebrating 16 Years of Civic Engagemen

  All PACE Fall 2016 Events

IDIS 280: Race & Identity in the United States

9/26: “Race-talk, Race-thinking, and Power: a Philosophical Introduction” Dr. Cristina Cammarano

Mondays, 7-8:30 p.m. Fulton Hall Room 111

Lecture Series Open to the Public

Also available as a 1 Credit Course 

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Presidential Debate Watching Party

8:30 p.m. Monday, September 26

Perdue Hall 156

Join us as we watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump debate who is best qualified to be President of the United States.This will be an interactive experience as we use texting responses to monitor our reaction to the debate. We will be able to view our responses in real time as we watch the candidates duke it out. Free popcorn and information about how to vote in Maryland.

Political Discourse Series: Keeping Your Cool When Discussing Hot Issues

  • Tuesday, September 27, 12:00-1:00pm
  • Wednesday, October 5, 12:00-1:00pm
  • Location: Gazebo (ouside GUC)

Tired of all the yelling and name-calling in politics? Blocked anyone on Facebook lately over the presidential election? Join PACE for an interactive session where we will engage in constructive dialogue about the issues that matter (each is a stand-alone session).

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The Mission and Goals of PACE

Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement at Salisbury University

PACE is a non-partisan institute committed to undergraduate learning that sparks interest in public affairs and civic engagement, and acts as a resource center for local government, nonprofits and public groups.

PACE was launched with a generous grant from the Grayce B. Kerr Fund in 1999 to reinvigorate the idea of a state university as a place where civic involvement is encouraged, and where students' intellectual curiosity fosters political and community engagement.

We follow the guidelines of SU's mission statement of: "Our highest purpose is to empower students with knowledge, skills, and core values that contribute to lifelong learning and active citizenship in a democratic society." 

To that end, PACE provides students with enriching learning experiences through interactive, thoughtful seminars; sponsoring a lecture series that brings top-level national political leaders to campus; policy and survey research; hands-on internships and much more.

Distinguished faculty bolster our efforts by teaching courses in diverse disciplines, such as philosophy, political science, biology, history and communication arts.  PACE impacts the civic life of the Eastern Shore by hosting public forums, events, leadership training sessions for local citizens, and motivating our students to use their talents and energy to become tomorrow's civic leaders.

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