“46 Years of Title IX - Promoting Inclusion, Equity, and Safety in the Politics of Gender and Higher Education”
GUESTS FOR THE APR. 4 SESSION
Director, Individual Rights Defense Program, FIRE
Lead Administrator, Office of LBTQIA
Associate Dean, School of Law
Title IX Coordinator, Texas Tech
Civil Counterpoints: A Campus Conversation Series aims to stimulate thoughtful and respectful dialogue on volatile contemporary issues among members of the Texas Tech community. The series offers the university community opportunities to hear experts in the field tackle difficult topics through the engaged dialogues we encourage in the classroom, the lab, our hallways, and other forums. The series strives to highlight the diversity of research, creative endeavors and critical analysis on campus, and to demonstrate the possibilities for meaningful collaboration across disciplines, perspectives, and expertise in a respectful environment. Among the hallmarks of a vibrant and engaged university is the safeguarding of academic freedom, a principle that protects our ability to explore, discuss, investigate, and challenge one another's ideas intellectually and courteously.