The lack of right-of-center professors on University campuses limits the range of ideas explored, stifles debate, and may discourage students from articulating and pursuing conservative ideas. One promising approach to restoring balance is to build within universities programs and centers devoted to exploring the key questions of social and political life without ruling out conservative answers. Their purpose is to intentionally create places for wide-ranging debate. Join us for a discussion with Ramesh Ponnuru, editor of the National Review, as he makes the case for restoring intellectual diversity on University campuses. Former Congressman Vin Weber and Professor Larry Jacobs will moderate.
About this series:
Conservative Voices at the Humphrey School will highlight prominent conservative thinkers and public officials from a variety of policy areas and backgrounds. The series is presented by the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance whose mission is to generate dialogue across difference by stimulating vigorous and civil debate.