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Nationwide, college students are driving important policy conversations that cut across numerous fields of study, and here on campus, we know students are eager to get involved. Engaging our future leaders in conversation and providing them with opportunities to interact with issue area experts is the core objective of the Biden Policy Dinner Series.
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Harvard Director of Polling John Della Volpe joined us for a Biden Policy Dinner to discuss his book, Fight: How Gen Z Is Channeling Their Fear and Passion to Save America.
The Idea: To convene a limited number of students and faculty with diverse interests and backgrounds for dinner and a policy conversation. Dinners feature a moderated discussion with a subject matter expert followed by an opportunity for Q&A and open discussion.
The Invitation: While we aim to cast a wide net, space is limited and invitations are based on a collaborative process between Institute staff and the co-hosting entity. Sign up for our mailing list here.
Interested in co-hosting a Biden Policy Dinner?
Do you have suggestions for policy topics and/or guest speakers? We want to hear from you!
We aim to engage with students across disciplines and foster conversations everywhere policy intersects. Future programming will be based on input from students, faculty and UD community members. Send your ideas to BidenInstitute@udel.edu to begin a discussion!