Drew Gears Up for 2020 Election

A variety of pre- and post-election virtual faculty panels

October 2020 – Drew University is hosting several virtual events focused on the upcoming 2020 presidential election over the next several weeks.

Mark your calendars for the events outlined below! Recordings of any taped events will be post in this story shortly after they take place.

Political Science/International Relations U.S. Election Panel 2: Analyzing the US Presidential Elections 2020

Thursday, November 12, 7 p.m. EDT


Patrick McGuinn, Professor of Political Science: “So We Just Had an Election: Now What????”

Jason Jordan, Associate Professor of Political Science: “The Future Prospects of American Democracy After 2020”

Carlos Yordan, Associate Professor of Political Science: “Donald Trump’s and Joe Biden’s Closing Days of the Campaign: An Analysis of their Social Media”

Phoebe Tang, Assistant Professor of Political Science: “Unraveling U.S.-China Relations”

Psychology and the 2020 Election

Monday, October 26, 7:00 p.m. EDT


Scott Morgan, Associate Professor of Psychology: “Psychology and the 2020 Election”

Protest and Voting: The Bacon & Eggs to Democracy

Monday, October 26, 6:00 p.m. EDT


Dr. Kesha Moore, Associate Professor of Sociology, Researcher and Development Specialist for the Thurgood Marshall Institute

2020 Virtual Presidential Election Panel Discussion

Wednesday, October 21, 7 p.m. EDT


Erica Jedynak C’09, Director of Economic Opportunity at Stand Together Chamber of Commerce

Jinee Lokaneeta, Chair and Professor of Political Science and International Relations

Patrick McGuinn, Professor of Political Science

Philip Mundo, Professor of Political Science

Political Science/International Relations U.S. Election Panel 1

Friday, October 16, 7 p.m. EDT


Phil Mundo, Professor of Political Science: “Political Polarization and the 2020 Election”

Sangay Mishra, Assistant Professor of Political Science: “Elections in Times of Crisis”

Tim Carter, Visiting Assistant Professor of International Relations: “Navigating the New 2020 Voting Regulations”

Jinee Lokaneeta, Chair and Professor of Political Science and International Relations: “Gender, Race and Rights in 2020 Elections”

Virtual Faculty Talk with Prof. Carlos Yordán: Twitter Feeds and the 2020 Presidential Election

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